Dr. John Crisler Died - Suicide

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  1. lmgamer18

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  2. lmgamer18

    lmgamer18 Junior Member

    What a sad day and huge loss for the Men and Women with hormone problems. I am and have been a mod at the Yahoo Hypogonadism 2 forum for men with low testosterone. I have been a mod for over 16 yrs. and know Dr. John for longer then that. I live in Michigan but never met him in person yet for many yrs. have talked to him on the web.

    He saved my life and it was free you just don't find Dr.'s like him I could go on for hours talking about him.

    But for now I am very sorry to see him gone and all my best to his family.

    Just a few weeks here in Det. Mi. the weather women at Fox News hung her self she was a very happy peson and had 2 small kids we will never know why.
     
  3. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    Does anyone know what they are referring to below?

    "Years ago, he suffered a setback that was to shape the remainder of his life. Challenges stemming from an embezzlement of his practice and theft of his identity dogged him, complicating each step forward." Despite this, John, ever the optimist, rebuilt from scratch, all the while spreading his medical knowledge freely to other doctors.

    Dr. John Crisler
     
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  4. James23

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    There was a HUGE legal battle/divorce that prompted him to publicly attack city prosecutors and his ex wife. I believe she claimed he assaulted her. He posted about it on his Facebook and forum for over a year.

    As far as identity theft and embezzlement go, I’ve never heard about it.
     
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  5. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    I am aware of the divorce, but this sounds to be something entirely different. And, possibly much more devastating.
     
  6. Very very sad day. I spoke with John several times over the past ten years. He always seemed to have time to discuss TRT topics with me or new ideas he had on the horizon. I never once thought of him as being depressed. In fact, I thought of him as a visionary and a pioneer. He will surely be missed by many. RIP, John.
     
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  7. Misterboots

    Misterboots Member

    The anti AI doctors don't are ignoring the havoc high estrogen causes. They make estrogen sound so effing great and to refuse AIs role in hrt/trt
     
  8. Misterboots

    Misterboots Member

    . Really saddened to learn about Dr John. Hope estrogen didn't effect his thinking coming off that AI
     
  9. LW64

    LW64 Member

    I'm very sorry to hear this.

    I didn't know him personally, but did read lots of his TRT-related materials when I was educating myself on the topic.

    My condolences to his family and friends.
     
  10. TRT@40

    TRT@40 Member

    I believe he mentioned in one of his videos that he had lost his fiancé to some sort of cancer and that caused a big change in his life
     
  11. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

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  12. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    Crisler's family and friends must be distraught. I disagreed with him on many points, but this remains a shock. The last post [January 10] by his girlfriend seems foreboding.



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  13. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    Suicide Statistics
    Suicide Statistics — AFSP

    Although suicide is one of the top four causes of death among people in the age groups between 10 and 44, the numbers of suicide deaths are higher in the age groups in the 45 to 65+ range. https://www.cdc.gov/injury/wisqars/pdf/leading_causes_of_death_by_age_group_2016-508.pdf

    In 2017, the highest suicide rate (20.2) was among adults between 45 and 54 years of age. The second highest rate (20.1) occurred in those 85 years or older.

    In 2017, firearms were the most common method of death by suicide, accounting for a little more than half (50.57%) of all suicide deaths. The next most common methods were suffocation (including hangings) at 27.72% and poisoning at 13.89%.
     
  14. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    After a suicide, here’s what happens to the people left behind
    After a suicide, here’s what happens to the people left behind

    Loss survivors – the close family and friends left behind after a suicide – number six to 32 for each death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meaning that in 2017 alone, as many as 1.5 million people unwillingly became part of this group.

    They are forced to cope with the loss of a loved one and navigate uncertain futures, often caring for confused children as they struggle to accept they may never know "why."

    Suicide can affect a wider community of individuals, including members of a person's church or school. One study estimates roughly 425 people are exposed to each suicide in this way.

    After a loved one's death, those left behind face an increased risk of suicide themselves. ...
     
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  15. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine



    Joe Wright has no doubt that ketamine saved his life. A 34-year-old high school teacher who writes poetry every day on a typewriter, Wright was plagued by suicidal impulses for years. The thoughts started coming on when he was a high schooler himself, on Staten Island, N.Y., and intensified during his first year of college. “It was an internal monologue, emphatic on how pointless it is to exist,” he says. “It’s like being ambushed by your own brain.”
     
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    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

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  17. LeoTC

    LeoTC Member

    Yeah...seeming happy doesn't at all mean that you are.

    Hell.

    Being happy doesn't mean you aren't struggling either. Even on a good day a particular thought can throw you into a hole.

    You just push forward and get better at masking it all with time.

    Depression is a fucking killer.
     
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