Hi, im 35 years old and from vancouver, BC. about 4 years ago i went to the hospital for a panic attack after waiting there for 1 1/2 hours i asked if i could go home, which the doctor replied “no, your having a heart attack” so they got me a bed and put me on some drugs and sent me out for a angiogram the next day (which turn out clear, so they called it myocarditis with a question mark beside it). since then i have not been feeling that well and hard for me to keep steady employment and im not fuctioning up to my normal self.
Ive been to tons of doctors and naturalpaths, and most dont turn up anything. but about three years back i saw a doctor/naturalpath who did some hormone testing and found my testosterone was at a 8, 8.8 being the cut off. he seemed interested in treating it but i relized it was a big decision and doing it through him would have cost me 200 each time i would see him. so i went to my family doctor with the results, hoping he would treat it. He didnt seem at all interested and told me unless you have sexaul dysfunction, we dont treat it.
So feeling kinda defeated i went along with it and every 6 months got it tested. The result were 8, 8.8, 10, 8.8 and then the last one tested a couple days ago was 6.6. So i called my doctors office, to which the receptionist said to me he saw your results and didnt make any notes about it, so no news is good news"
So now i am not sure what to do, i made a appointment for next week. But i know its just going to go around in circles and if by a miricle he sends me to a endo, it would still be atleast 6 months to see one. Im not even sure if i can get any other hormone blood work from him because they try to leave it to the spealist.i am alittle bit afraid that it could be something pressing on my putatary gland and at the start of this jurney, 6 months was do-able but now it almost feels hopeless.
My main reason for having hope in trt is more for brain fuction and mood, then any kind of physical gains.
I will try and find some more labs that ive had and post them, but everything else seems normal.