After a ton of research (including some great information posted in this forum) I was successful in getting a prescription for AndroGel from my physician to treat my low testosterone.
In addition to low Test I also suffer from high estrogens, particularly estradiol (E2). My doc was willing to consider a low dose prescription for Anastrozole but after checking with a pharmacy he told me that he was not able to write a prescription because it’s indicated only for women with breast cancer.
Has anyone else run into this problem? I don’t know if this is a limitation specific to Canada or perhaps British Columbia but I’m not sure how to work around it. I’d really like to have a real prescription so my insurance will cover the cost.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!