My Journal with Low Testosterone TRT Replacement Therapy

This is my first video. I was diagnosed with low testosterone and I talk a bit about that, and how I’ve started treating it. If you have any questions, send me a message or comment below. I’m here to help as much as I can.

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    25 Responses to “My Journal with Low Testosterone TRT Replacement Therapy”

    • taurianfontenettefan:

      Anyway to conclude that story it was too late for me. I never ended up getting it together. I decided to come home and get a job because I was just wasting money, mainly my parents money. So its been a couple years now. They havent been the greatest either. I dont think Ive ever been as low as I was in Uni but still. Im more of an academic and thats where I should be. I just couldnt make it work because of all the mental chaos. I feel like even though Ive never really been happy

    • taurianfontenettefan:

      for about the last decade, I had a chance at making my life better by going to college and getting a good job. There was atleast potential back then for my life to be better. Now I feel stuck and all these things are just fuel for the fire. Its like a vicious cycle. I really feel like this has ruined my life. I think had things been different Id still have a keep more to myself personality…BUT not to this extent. Not tot extent where I cant go places without being nervous, and clammy

    • taurianfontenettefan:

      and feeling somewhat sick to my stomach. Not to the extent where my friends start to disconnect from me because I seem boring. Its only now that Im getting treatment. A little late but better than nothing I guess. I know this is fucking long but Ive been wanting to get this out for sometime now. Its just finally, someone that understands and your even about the same age. No one else really understands. My friends I do have and mentioned this too are like “oh, okay”. Then theres my

    • taurianfontenettefan:

      parents. They are 84 and 62 so they really dont understand. I think they think Im faking it all. The fatigue, the depression, etc. They pretty much think I went to college and got in with the wrong crowd and just sat on my ass and didnt want to do anything, and that Im addicted to the computer. They may be right about the computer but thats only because Its so easy to use. I havent had the motivation, interest, or energy for things in a long time…but the computer it takes none of that.

    • taurianfontenettefan:

      Its so easy to just set and watch, and read a little bit. And if it wasnt for this piece of equipment Id still be thinking all my problems were just part of my personality and getting no help. I think thats all I have to say. Im sorry you have this crappy hormone problem too. I havent looked at your other vids but Im going to. I just saw this one and had to spill my brains. Sorry for the novel man. I dont expect you to read this whole sob story. Idk this just made me feel better.

    • lowtguy:

      @taurianfontenettefan good response man. I definitely see myself in your writing. We’re very similar. Watch my latest vid. You need to find a good doc in your area that will treat you. I’d recommend you outlaw any serious causes (brain tumor) first, and then start with hcg and later add arimidex once your T levels are good. I’ll send u back a message with the link to that video I was talking about.

    • simijeetu:

      appreciate what ur doing here, thanks for helping n doin what u doing man…and u havent had success in pickin up girls cause most of them out there are pretty fucked int he head…. im sure u can b fake abuot everything n get all the girls u want…

    • jomamma00007:

      Every single thing you’ve said I have the same problems, especially with having potential but not using it. I always though I had low testosterone and finally got it checked, I was at 108!!!! I’m only 20 as well :( . I’ve also been reading up on steriodology, they have Maximus hrt, which I’m going to start soon just because most doctors out there don’t know what they are doing. Holy shit my name is Spencer too what the fuck, I’m typing this as I’m watching this video.

    • jomamma00007:

      I didn’t know about the concussion thing, I used to box a lot so that could have been the problem, although my family has a history of hypogonadism. Can’t wait to start! keep up the vids

    • LunnBass:

      The thing is, that ‘normal range’ is for people of all ages, its a shame ive had to do my own research on this and i had to bring that same table to my doctor here in England, im booked with a endo.

    • MmaNcovers:

      i’m 23 and i feel like i might have low test, i can no longer keep up with people my own age at the gym, i have a hard time recovering and all my joints feel beat no matter how much p.t. or stretching i do. I had my levels checked last year but, they were in a low normal range. It seems so fishy that there is such a huge gap that is considered normal.

    • lowtguy:

      @MmaNcovers yeah, my doctor says that there is no normal, only optimal and suboptimal or low. As a young guy, you should be near the top of the “normal” range. Perhaps get tested again and shoot me your results and I can make a recommendation.

    • MmaNcovers:

      @lowtguy just got the test a week ago, getting the results, tomorrow, i’ll let ya know.. My doctor is so fucking old school, they don’t understand… Instead of thinking how to allow me to keep up with my peers, she just asks, “Why do you want to exercise like that.”

    • lowtguy:

      @MmaNcovers that’s unfortunate. do you do bodybuilding, powerlifting, crossfit, or something else?

    • MmaNcovers:

      @lowtguy mostly crossfit mixed with bodybuilding workouts and i was doing brazilian jiu jitsu for a while. I would love to find a good doctor with an athletic background.. All my doctors ask “why do you want to work out like that” and/or say, ” just work out to be slim.” not really the answers i’d like to hear.

    • leltard:

      how come u’ve got a beard even though you;ve got low t?

    • MmaNcovers:

      @lowtguy GOt my results back. My testosterone serum was 463. Their normal range is 250-836 ng/dl.. I didn’t see anything measuring my estradiol or my free test.. My TSH was 1.020, the normal range is .45 to 4.5

    • msepulveda12:

      Thanks for the video documentation.

    • morley668:

      going through the same as you buddy although i probably have a different cause. i was diagnosed with low t and im 17. so hope all goes well for the both of us

    • lowtguy:

      @morley668 I’m feeling a lot better now. Good luck man!

    • morley668:

      @lowtguy cheers mate ill let you know how i get on

    • LunnBass:

      Hey, im just wondering did you get your SSHBG checked? and if so what level was that? i have t levels of around 400, oestradiol of 150! and SSHBG of 13 and my doctor wont treat me.

    • lowtguy:

      @LunnBass I didn’t. My endo was not interested in that number, as he saw that my total was low, and with a low total, it doesn’t matter what is going on with shbg or free t, the total is still low and should be raised. Under my current knowledge, shbg is just bound testosterone, and total t measurements include it. So if my total t is 50% of what it should be, it doesn’t matter how much is unbound or bound, I would theoretically still feel like shit.

    • taurianfontenettefan:

      @morley668 17 huh? That sucks man! I feel ya though. I figure Ive had mine since atleast 12 or 13. Thats about the time I started having abdominal fat, being hardcore nervous all the time, and not interested in things like I use to be.

    • morley668:

      @taurianfontenettefan im really chubby for someone who eats as well as i do and train as much as i do but hopefully t will help with that lol :) i have no drive to do anything. barely any sex drive. and i get very nervous very easily :S. but no need to worry cause im seeing my consultant on oct 17th and hopefully all goes well. :D

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