It was diagnosed as hypogonadism. The Endocrine Society says 200mg. But, I still had brain fog. My doctor, not being an endo by trade (GP), upped my dose as I pushed for it since it didn’t clear my brain fog, etc. until 500mg. My rationale behind this is 100mg ibuprofen helps some while others, like me, need 800mg; our bodies are just wired differently.
It turns out I have hypogonadism (still need TRT) and a GH deficiency, which mimics the side effects of hypogonadism… so how am I or a doctor supposed to know if 500mg worked (previously stated by someone, masked the other condition)?
You sure know American medicine. Live in social care for a decade and get the runaround. I wouldn’t have known this if my pharmacist’s husband wasn’t a Doc who was friends with this doc and got me in on the study. In America, with insurance, you can get treated much quicker and by people who know what they’re doing (as I previously stated, Japan was 30 years behind by prescribing methyltestosterone up until like 2017 for TRT, and now do 125mg every week or 250mg every 3 weeks plus 5000-10000iu hCG once a month… while in America, it’s up to 200mg per week, split, with aromatase inhibitors).
Show me anyone here that proved me wrong besides a doctor that ran tests. Everyone said it was unsafe, check. I confirmed that I’d rather live 10 years clear-minded than another day with a bag over my head or getting to the point of sleeping 18hr days again. That’s not life.
There’s literally no point to be argued. You are not my consulting doctor.
I know TRT may not hold on 92kg lean… but I’ll take 85. Hopefully, I can get 250mg at least. I think that’s a safe cruise…