I recently went for bloods after having symptoms of low T.
Turns out my suspicions were correct and the results came back and I do have low T.
My GP is open towards TRT and prescribes it for a lot of his patients, but he has referred me to an urologist to get a second opinion.
Reason being he is a bit hesitant to prescribe TRT for someone of my age since it will impact my fertility.
I am married and my wife and I are still on the fence of deciding if we want children or not, but at this stage in life I care more about feeling better than having kids. She also feels the same and would also rather have me feel better.
So how do I convince my doc that we can go forward with the treatment.
-describe body and facial hair
Underarm, pubic, chest I have a lot
Some hair on stomach
Able to grow a beard
-describe where you carry fat and how changed
Have always carried mostly around my stomach and lower back area
-health conditions, symptoms [history]
No major conditions
Symptoms I have been gaving due to low T:
- no libido
- easily agitated
- loss of motivation and ambition
- weak erections
-Rx and OTC drugs, any hair loss drugs or prostate drugs ever
I have used PEDs. But last time I used was about 4 years ago. Never did pct and cycles were moderate.
-describe diet [some create substantial damage with starvation diets]
Have only been craving junk and fast food the last few months. Have gained some weight over the past years.
-describe training [some ruin there hormones by over training]
Haventvtrained for 3 months. No motivation.
-testes ache, ever, with a fever?
Left testicle is tender at times
-how have morning wood and nocturnal erections changed
I do get morning wood. Around 3-5 times a week.