I am sure I am not the only one here who who has been on TRT for several years and then tried to stop and crashed. I stopped accidentally when I switched to a compounding gel a few years ago and not long after got very sick. I became extremely depressed, had absolutely zero energy, I tore muscles and was in chronic pain. It wasnt until I went in for some bloodwork to find out my T levels had crashed to almost nothing. I went right back on the injections and quickly recovered. I think of that time often, and it gives me great concern. What would happen if for some reason I had to stop TRT? It CAN happen to any of us. A heart attack, cancer, some disease that prohibits testosterone replacement. If you are hospitalized for whatever reason the hospital will not give you T simply because its prescribed to you. They WILL give you your Statins and blood pressure meds, but not T. Mainstream medicine hasn't accepted T replacement as a true medicinal. Or what about when we grow old? Know any 90 year olds on T? My point is, chances are there will come a time in our lives when we will have to stop TRT. I dread that day.