on it 2 mo’s. and it hasn’t done dick for me (no pun intended:o) how long does one stay on it before deciding it doesn’t work? thx[/quote]
That’s up to the individual. 3 days ago you posted that you wouldn’t use tribulus because of [quote]too much contreversy[/quote], so it sounds like you made your decision.
I’m 47, and it does great things for me; I hope that when I’m 59, it still does. Your endocrine system may be different enough or aged enough or stressed enough that tribulus won’t trigger raising your T levels to high normal.
I suppose it’s also possible that “high normal” in the case of a 59-year-old with whatever additional health conditions you are experiencing (diet, stress, etc.) might still be not at a point where you notice anything overtly.
If you have been using it for 2 months, cycling the way the bottle suggests so as not to develop immunity to the effects, then go cold turkey and see if you notice a change for the worse.