Thanks, Balla. I was expecting the HCG to keep my LH levels up. Am I wrong?
I just started taking a D3 supplement. It's 1000 IU and I take one daily - I'll up the dose. I was shocked that my iron was so low. It's usually high as hell. I've been cutting back on red meats, greens, nut and berries, thinking it will help me keep my hematocrit low so I can give blood regularly. The blood donation center won't let you donate if your hemoglobin is over 18. That would roughly be 54% hematocrit. Mine was so high a while back, it took a full day of pounding down water to get it low enough to beat the test. Trying to avoid that again.
I agree with you, about the cholesterol. I actually just quit taking the Lipitor a few days ago. We'll see what my lipids look like in the next labwork.
My original symptoms were the usual. Feeling tired/fatigued all the time and lack of motivation. My erections would fizzle out sometimes during sex. Aside from the physical improvement from the T, I feel sharper and more focused especially at work. Less anxiety and more energy to do things with my kids. Im throwing it to my wife like the old days too! Good stuff.
I experimented a little with Test and Equipoise when I was a teenager. After about 4 weeks I realized I was too hot-headed and immature to continue. I knew I would eventually get myself in trouble. I remember feeling like a machine. Of course I don't quite feel like that now, but the moderate doses of Test have me feeling "young" again. Even old injuries don't hurt as bad as usual. I think I might actually get back in th gym. It's been almost 2 years!
Yes - the doc is a good one for sure. Everytime I see him, I let him know how much I appreciate him and don't take it for granted.
So, the rest of the above values look okay to you? I've been worried lately that I may have a thyroid issue. I run out of steam sometimes, even on the T. I guess thats normal for a human being.