I worked for a fortune 100 Company for 28 years. I was born in NYC, after 911 I moved to Cape Cod for 6 years. In 2007 took a package for early retirement. At 48 I moved to Houston, Texas. When I hit 50 I went through many changes. I worked out for the prior 24 years and had a nice build. At 50 years old I felt myself beginning to crawl under a rock. It began with terrible shoulder, neck, low back pain and joint soreness in my fingers and knees. I couldn’t work out anymore. I developed tremendous anxiety, I felt like a rat in a corner and a broom was coming at me. I became difficult to live with. My sexual interest nonexistent. It was just horrible and the worst stuff goes through your mind. For a few years I had heard on the radio daily advertisements for a large group of medical centers here in Houston called… The Low T Center. They have about 50 locations in a few States. I made an appointment on line and 7 weeks ago I had my first visit there are a battery of questions to answer on an iPad, It took me about 30 minutes to complete. Then I was called and met with a PA after a long discussion my blood was taken. We discussed all the med’s that I take daily. The following week I was given my first shot of T in the Dr.'s office. I was taught how inject on the outside my thighs. Every month they send me a box filled with 6 injections all filled and ready to go. My shots are every 4th day. They have a app which I must open before injecting, I answer several questions about my health and get the ok to go and inject. They also gave me a BP monitor that has Bluetooth to their app. They provide all blood tests necessary, All is included in one monthly price . All is done for a monthly fee of only $135.00. I’m into my 6 week and beginning to feeling like I was in my 20’s again. I’m now 62 years old and it crushes me knowing for over 10 years I’ve suffered needlessly. I’ve been to several Dr’s to find what was wrong with me . None found any issue, they said its all normal for a guy in your age. I think they were just ignorant and poorly trained. I’m looking forward to the next few months to get to my plateau. I seeing some slight changes in my muscles already. I’m looking forward to be happy and healthy again.