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Low T Center - Has Anyone Used Them?


#1

I was a client at Low T Center in Cincinnati for about two years. I discontinued about 6 months ago due to a heart problem. In fact, they refused to continue treating me because of the problem…unless I provided a note from my cardio saying it was ok. Of course, he would not provide the note.

What were people’s opinion on this place?


#2

There is no connection between TRT and heart disease. Actually, TRT lowers CV risks.

And this: http://www.research.va.gov/currents/0815-5.cfm

That is all the ammunition that you need.


#3

Thanks for the links. Funny thing is, my cardio said something about correlation and causation. He couldn’t say my VT was caused by T…but there was a correlation between T and VT. I said, no kidding…before TRT, I didn’t feel like exercising. With TRT I do. Exercise is when I have the VT.

I’m really sick of being low T again. Considering starting up again but not sure I want to go back to Low T Center.


#4

Many years ago in a conference, a doctor was asked why men have more heart attacks and he said something to the effect that men have higher testosterone so that might be the reason … and it stuck. When the men having heart attacks were suffering from dropping T and DHEA levels.