I guess im just looking for some sort of advice from some that has more knowledge the the three drs ive tried to work with and myself. To somewhat catch up to my situation, about five years ago (nov. 30th 2010) i suffered a major accident where i broke my hip, neck, ripped my skull open among other broke parts and internal injuries including sever brain damage. over the years the drs keep throwing lorazepam and other anxiety, depression meds at me. to get to the point i finally found the link to my brain injuries (tbi ptsd blah blah) and low t. was able to get the dr to test me and came back a 220, 150 so he put me on 200mg every two weeks. my test after starting was 347 tt and a 85 free with 2.3 fsh and a 3.7 lh, pth 23, t4 1.1, t3 111.
i wasnt feeling any better and asked about e2 dr 1 said it doesnt matter so i went to see a specialist who changed the prescription to 3/4 (75 mg) weekly and checked my e2 weeks later and total. (he says free dont matter) my e2 came back a 42 seven days after shot with a tt of 427 and hematocrit 46.3. psa .9 thats all he chacked. i was prescribed 1mg anastrozole to be taking day of injection. i asked about adding hcg and was told its a waste of time and money but again with my brain injuries ive read different. dr 2 seems to be uneducated to this topic also. i seen one other dr and he seen me and said hes not giving me t before even checking my blood, hearing me out etc. all three have expressed concern treating me saying my baseline was never checked bs and the fact im not overweight. im 6'3 260p ive been lifting 7 days a week sense my accident to be able to perform my job as a lineman with screws and plates in my hips.
sorry for the long story and i understand to a degree i need more blood work plus im going to say i should be on hcg also with a higher t level at my size and age (31). but where is good? desperate for any advice thank you for your time any advice on steps to take is appreciated. the major mood swing, anxiety attack, panic attacks etc. has became old to say the least.