Continuing the discussion from About the T Replacement category:
I’m 58-years young and have a steady endocrinologist. She just did a full blood work-up on me (1-2x per year). Previously I was taking a source of Humanatrope, from E.T. (Mexico). He was a trusted and straight-up guy. He’s having some challenges now and I wanted to order more HGH. My ranges are way below normal (normal for 58-years young). Yet my Testosterone is above normal. Endo says that’s probably my body’s way of compensating for the low IGF-1 values. My DHEA (I supplment with the raw bulk powder from Amazon) is in good ranges. Bare with me, I’ll get to the point in a bit. So, I’m going after gymnastics work (inverts, plange, one-arm handstand,etc.) training and hope to get there in 12-16-months. My strength and vitality is a bit of an issue, compared to before. I’m still a super energetic and muscular guy (genetics) but, something is missing, if you get my meaning? Okay, the questions:
- Do you suggest I supplment (back to my youthful levels) with Testosterone and insulin or HGH?
- I see Jintropin is the more affordable brand now. I’m stationed in Singapore so, don’t have the chance to pop down to the border (California) to grab my own. My endo has given me a script and says “Bill, let’s see how you do for a month or two, first”. Any other thoughts or suggestions?