Please read the stickies.
Read some posts by others, you may find these very useful. Please do not inject your "case" into the threads of others or into the stickies.
This is a good first read:
But note that thee above book is negative about injections, see the protocol for injections sticky for that. And the book pre-dates the use of anastrozole/Arimidex for E2 management.
You have a major amount of things to understand. You will need to manage your own health care, but your distrust of doctors will make that easier to do.
Please keep reusing this thread and to not start new ones, so we have some context to refer to as time goes by.
when did this problem start and sudden?
was this preceded by a blow to the head or illness?
testes ever ache with a fever?
do you now get cold easily?
do you get iodine from iodized salt or supplements?
moody, passive, depressed?
what supplements are you taking now?
Some Rx or OTC drugs can increase E2 and lower T, list these or PM to me.
You can do your own labs out-of-pocket at lef.com:
And we can help you understand the results.
There are supplements for general health that one should be taking in any case. It is not possible to supplement one's testosterone levels by taking small amounts.