How long will it be before doctors, endocrinologists, etc learn how to properly treat patients with low testosterone? Will they learn? And, all those doctors that won't prescribe an AI because it's considered a 'cancer/bodybuilding drug' How's any treatment supposed to be successful without keeping estrogen levels in the normal range? Where is the root of the problem? Are they not teaching this in medical school; or is it the pharmaceutical companies/ insurances?
I'm not a doctor or anything, but I have been researching this for a couple of months..And, my logic tells me that testosterone + an AI(if high estrogen levels are comfirmed) is what should be apart of every TRT protocol- At the very least. That's not including the benefits of HCG.
They're making it way too hard to find proper care. Do you think this will ever change? Sorry, just venting. lol.