Whats it feel like to be on TRT

Discussion in 'Men's Health Forum' started by rush74, Dec 15, 2007.

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    rush74 Junior Member

    Im sure everyone has a different experience but interested to hear how people on this board have reacted... do you feel like you did when you were 20 or is it a dfferent feeling to how you felt when you were at your peak. I use the analogy of viagra or cialis... even though my dick is as hard as it as ever been, it doesnt feel as natural or as good as when i was up naturally.

    thanks for your thoughts
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    pmgamer18 Member

    Now that I have all the bases coverd and am treating all the things wrong I feel great not 20 I am 63 but I feel great could jump the wife everyday if she would let me. I am back in the gym working out and losing weight.
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    love_en Junior Member

    I was born adrenal insufficient and hypothyroid. By the time I was 13, I became secondary hypogonadal. I am now 35 and on replacement T and cortisol. After living 20+ years with an incomplete puberty, I now have a taste of what a healthy young man looks like and feels like. For the longest time I had total ED, not that I noticed. The muscle wasting, pain, and fatigue had most of my attention all of these years. I do not have the body of a man who has had an intact endocrine system all of his life, but people who have known me since I was 21 say I no longer look sick.
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    Bill-NJ Junior Member

    At 41 I feel the best I can remember in years and I do not think I have reached 100% of potential yet but I do agree I could get at it with the wife everynight if she'd let me! Not to mention my energy levels and overall good feeling! I too was in need of cialis to have a go and now on TRT I am 1 of the lucky ones I need nothing but my wife now!
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    Sunkist Junior Member

    I think what I notice most is the depression ( for no reason) is gone. Part of that may be dopamine support, but I think not all. The athletic part is good too. I was a varsity baseball and basketball player in HS. I am not 18 anymore at 50, but I can still play a decent game and enjoy it. Recovery afterward is quicker too... not much muscle pain and soreness. My strength in workouts has improved just from the T by like 20%.
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    Nemesis RR

    Nemesis RR Member

    If you REALLY need it then what everybody else said.

    Not to brag but I have jumped the wife for the last 4 days.:D God I love her. Real understanding.
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    James26 Junior Member

    I'm actually in my 20's myself, and I feel like absolute shit.

    I wouldn't take any drugs to get back to this point in my life -- that's for sure. TRT doesn't help, either -- that's also for sure.
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    phatkid77 Junior Member

    TRT has to help, or something is wrong (thyroid,adrenal?), or the doctor isnt very good
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    Bill-NJ Junior Member

    TRT will not make you feel better if it is not the cause of your depression
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    Nemesis RR

    Nemesis RR Member

    Like I said if you really need it you will feel great.
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    JanSz Junior Member

    There may be anything wrong with you,
    starting with low testosterone,
    high estrogene
    food you eat may cause some alergy

    if you have insurance and $50 for doc appointment
    you can test many of thise possibilities
    about 150 items with the first two tests
    and another 233 with the last one
    it is up to you.

    The tests come with list of suggestions plus list of supplements to take and daily dose.
    If you try to pick and choose between those tests you will loose the most important part of advice that thise tests provide,

    Genova Diagnostics


    note, the FACTtest is provided by UK lab, at the moment I do not know the equivalent name or link for US labs.
    Would appreciate help.
    It is first test on top of this link:
    Our Tests

    look at the bottom of page, (in UK) they provide NutriEval with option to add FACTtest.
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2007

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