I know we’re not going to answer this definitively but the question has to be asked. Why do doctors suck so much at TRT? It seems like this HUGE gaping hole in their training and if even one person got a clue in an are they could book themselves out for months with guys like us who are done with the bullshit.
I’ve seen doctors who wanted to nothing but weight loss, a doctor who wanted to do nothing but arimidex, a doctor who wanted to just do Clomid, a doctor who wanted just TRT but wouldn’t monitor E2 and sure as hell wouldn’t Rx arimidex. None of these guys would Rx HCG. All the urologists said if I wanted to have children don’t do TRT or freeze some sperm first. When I told them I thought there was therapeutic benefits beyond fertility (I like my big full testcles hanging low between my legs) they looked at me like I was nuts.
How is it I know the literature better than they do? There is strong evidence TRT helps correct obesity and breaks the cycle associated with metabolic syndrome yet none of these guys wanted to pursue it this way. The one guy who wanted to do TRT looked like he didn’t know what E2 or HCG is let alone how to Rx.
For the majority of us it’s pretty simple and they could get away with knowing how to appropriately Rx just 4 meds: Test, Clomid, arimidex (or another AI), and HCG and effectively treat just about all primary and secondary cases.
How has medicine failed so miserably with TRT and how is this being allowed to go on? It’s an area that medicine just doesn’t seem to care about and I’m baffled…