Just wondering if anyone’s ever run into this. Over the past four years I have done three clomid restarts, all with good success. My last one was at the middle of last year. A few weeks ago I got my testosterone levels checked because I was having symptoms again - my GP only did total t - and I’m in the low 300s again. I’m 28, no health issues otherwise, other bloodwork factors look good (TSH 1.04, don’t remember PSA but it looked good).
I will obviously be doing more blood work before starting any protocol and will be talking to my urologist before I get started on anything - my previous urologist, recommended to me on here, retired a few months ago, so i’ll be seeing his replacement. He and I previously disagreed on where my E2 levels should have been, i again don’t have the numbers in front of me but remember they were slightly elevated over what would be considered ideal for someone my age.
At this point I have no aversion to going on TRT. Frequently-cratering test levels have damn near ruined my twenties and I’m not going to keep feeling like shit into my thirties. I probably won’t want kids and if I do it will be years from now. If I’ve gotta jab myself with a needle twice a week to feel good, then that’s what i’m in for. I’d presumably be doing Test C, Anastrozole, and HCG.
I’m just wondering if it’s common for clomid to eventually not work and/or to only temporarily work. I think I saw one or two threads that suggested this would be the case but it’s not something i had previously researched.