Ok. Trust me i know for a FACT i have low t. I dont want to get it tested for money reasons, but listen i have little body hair for an 18 year old male, no sex drive, and im pretty much the same height as 3 yrs ago.
No I said i train CONSISTENTLY, and the last time I took a week off was 2 weeks ago. and yes I do cardio, either jump rope HIIT or bike.
OK again listen, Im not trying to sound rude because I really do appreciate your post, but I’m not your average 18 year old hardgainer, I know a lot about nutrition. I read read read and study everything on here and everything else where. But the fact is I know im eating enough. I dont keep a food log bc simply i eat in an all you can eat cafeteria for 2 meals at college and simpsly cant count calories. But when i was at home i used to.
Fat? I eat steak or some kind of red meat at least 7 times a week back home was more. but i know i heard all about the “Eat more fat to raise T”… yea i know I’ve tried it.
Veggies, I eat tons.
Okay thats enough nutrition questions now, I need help with determining which to take. Which Supplement could help me raise me T? all REZ-v is an anit estrogen compound right?
Alright, still. What money reasons are you not getting tested for? You can go to your doctor, and tell him you have symptoms of low T and you’d like to get a blood profile done. It should be covered by insurance.
And, if money is really that much of an issue, $500 dollars a year for Alpha Male for the rest of your life sounds like a hefty dent in the wallet. As opposed to, if you do have low T, you could get doctor prescribed HRT, also covered by insurance.
Being 5’8 (speaking of which, since when was this being the same height as a 3 year old?) and having a small frame doesnt necessarily mean low T. Yes, its a likely possibility, but not determinant. I had a friend, who up until junior year of high school who was 5’3 and about a hundred pounds soaking wet. He also, had no body hair, not exactly the most masculine kid, etc… He got a blood profile done, and his HGH levels were low… so, he got HGH shots and now he’s 5 10 and probably about 160. (I know hes still skinny, I’m just sayin.)
Go ahead and take Alpha Male, see how you feel after a month on it. If you feel that much better, I’d go to your doctor and let him know the situation and see what he/she says.
And the only reason I asked about cardio was because thats just another means of burning calories. You can read until your eyes fall out about nutrition on here, but it still doesnt mean you fall into the category of who the author is writing about. I’m still going to suggest adding calories. Its true that if you’re eating to gain, and you havent gained any weight… you’re obviously still not eating enough to gain weight.[/quote]
thank you for your advice. I will take into account going to the doctor, I have before actually when i was getting a shot and just mentioned getting a test and they told me that for it to be covered by my insurance I had to give them a specific reason what was wrong with me, which i guess i could.
I never said i wasnt gaining weight. I’m defintely eating to gain and gaining it. I’ve almost increased 25 pounds in a year.