Im 44 and was feeling very week and lethargic all the time. Dr tested me for low t and it was 168. He told me to see a specialist and I eventual ended up with dr saya (started with crisler but he left). Was started on .25 clomid eod. Test went up to 480 e2 went up to 40.1 they stated me on anastrozole .15 compounded with dim 200mg 3 times a week. E2 came down to 30 test stayed around 480 for three months maybe four then dr saya told me to try .25 clomid ed and see if my t went up. I just had blood drawn after a few months of .25 ed and t went up to 520. Free dropped from 15 to 12 lh was 8 e2 was still 30.
I felt no better with 25 every day and since my levels barley climbed I think it would be best to go back to 25 eod. It seems like I felt better when I was eod.
The biggest thing that I have noticed while on clomid is considerable less anxiety than I normally had before starting it. That in itself is enough to keep me on clomid but I really havent had any other benefits that I have noticed. I wonder if I started trt and hcg would I still have the noticeable difference in anxiety along with the other benefits that come with a t level in the 1000 range?
If I get off clomid and start trt and hcg and the anxiety comes back will stopping and going back to clomid return me to the same place as before with the reduced anxiety and t levels around 500?
I really dont want to go back to living with anxiety again but I would like to feel better than I do now and its my understanding that 500 is still a very low t level and getting it around 1000 should make a world of difference.
Curious if anyone has any experience with going from clomid to trt and then back.
Is it normal for anxiety to lessen when getting your t levels to increase? It has made a huge difference on the quality of my life and I dont want to go back to dealing with it again. Thanks
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