Clearly you have zero understanding of my position on the topic of TRT. If you did, you wouldn’t have just said that. That is not my position whatsoever.
If the physicians I deal with found success doing this, they’d be doing it. They only want to do what works and what they can demonstrate. I was riddled with symptoms even at 200mg a week. If I took 35-70mg a week I would have most likely killed myself. This type of protocol works for outliers - a tiny fraction of the population. The vast majority of men would not have symptom resolution at that dose. Sorry, but this is absolutely, demonstrably false. At 50mg a week doing well, you are a 1 in 5000 case… and I’m probably being conservative here.
There is by starting them at a proper dose that works on the majority of men and the lowering the dose slightly over time to determine the minimum amount required to resolve symptoms. This is in stark contrast to starting too low, which is what you’re suggesting, and continuing to raise over a long period of time, delaying the amount of time it takes to get the guy better. We want to get the guy better sooner rather than later and THEN make adjustments. Not take a year to get him better which is a year he’ll never get back.
This is your opinion. It is, again, demonstrable nonsense.
I always giggle when people make statements like these. It’s comical.