For those who got little from Androgel, this may be why:
"If a man is accustomed to a serum testosterone level in the high-normal range, reduction to a lower level, even though still within the established normal range, may no longer be adequate for maintenance of well-being. Unfortunately, because we rarely measure testosterone in men prior to the point at which they are experiencing symptoms, clinicians are obliged to use established normal ranges.
Another confounding factor is the fact that many of the symptoms of andropause can be caused by other comorbid disease processes or side effects from commonly utilized medications in this population."
In other words, your TRT therapy is determined by a bunch of fat slob office workers who munch on a McBurger for their rodent food.
Point me toward the dark side…