Do you need a prescription to get armidex? I'm in Canada and there's some steroid sites that it looks like I can just order it, but one online pharmacy said a prescription is needed.
I'm not sure I could afford it without a prescription anyways.
After my last Drs visit I think I got the impression I'm on my own for the most part. She did all my injections till I did my own 2 weeks ago. I was telling her I was comfortable doing them myself.
Yet we talked that I would do one, then see her for another a week later, which was last week. I noticed after she didn't make me an appointment and asked if I was just going to inject myself.
I normally stay fairly involved with my Heath and treatments, but I feel like I need some serious direction here. I think I'm having some brain fog issues, or getting older and less able to wrap my head around everything lately.
It looks like 'metabolic syndrome' might be at least part of my issue. Yet when I got my lab print outs the dr wrote "diabetes? Weight?" For reference as things to ask my online experts 'Ksman' .
Yet why she didn't order glucose tests seems odd. I haven't had a fasting glucose test for 4 years or more. I've been drinking Coke Zero and using sweeteners with coffee for a year and a half now. I've recently read some studies that suggest sweeteners may actually increase insulin and cause diabetes more than sugar. So I'm going to cut those out and commit more effort to better diet and exercise.
From what I've gathered one shouldn't just take Testosterone alone, but Armidex to be dose adjusted with tests, and HCG. I haven't read all the details on HCG but it seems mainly for testicle concerns. In all honesty I don't care much about my testies, I'm fixed anyways.
Anyone know of a list of good TRT Drs for a list of cities? I'm planning on seeing an Endocrinologist after my MRI in 2 weeks, but I have little hope they'll be much help.
The Endo who said I should be off Test cause my levels are likely from prediabetes (Metabolic syndrome), sounds like one to avoid. I read studies that show TRT reduce sudden death rates in test participants with Low T and prediabetes or diabetes, compared to low t and non-diabetic and a control.
Plus what does it matter why I'm low? I mean it matters but why would I want to be low, simply because it's caused by something other then hypogonadism?
Does my recent T results of 8 on day of weekly shots seem odd? I would think after 13-14 weeks I should be way above that. I should be at a peek level after 7 days if I'm not mistaken.
And does that mainly imply I'm a hypermetabolizer of T?
So many questions, and sad I have to be the one figuring this all out.