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      Welcome to ExcelMale.com, one of the largest and best moderated men’s health forums on the Internet focused on increasing health, potency and productivity in men. With over 13,000 members (as of April 2016) that include educated men, physicians, pharmacists, dietitians, exercise trainers, nutritional supplement experts, and other professionals in the field, ExcelMale is fast becoming a leader in the field. Our forum topics range from testosterone replacement therapy, Trimix injections use for ED, HCG use for better fertility and libido, estradiol management, thyroid function optimization, peptide information, exercise routines, best supplements for men, high protein diets, testosterone side effect management and much more. We also provide men’s health information via Interviews with experts, Videos, and webinars. Last but not least, our members share their reviews of hormone replacement clinics and doctors, compounding pharmacies, pharmaceutical products, supplements, and much more. Our great moderators review every post daily to detect spammers or abuse, so ExcelMale is a safe environment for all men. And since every man wants to help important women in their lives, we do not neglect female health information as we include a folder called “ExcelFemale” to post the latest on HRT in women.


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    • Article on Steroid Use and Testosterone

      Reason Magazine has an article on steroid use in America, called How Washington Lost the War on Muscle. It also covers testosterone replacement therapy at length, with quotes from Dr. Morgentaler. Since it's a libertarian magazine, their position is we'd all be better off if steroids were legal and supervised by physicians. Like most of their articles it's well written and worth a read. Here's a quote about TRT:

      Some doctors will commence treatment for a patient who is on the low side of normal, and some will not. Some doctors will prescribe 200 milligrams of testosterone a week; some, like Morgantaler, believe it's unnecessary in most cases to exceed 100 mg a week; others will prescribe only 50 mg weekly. Some doctors encourage patients to use the gel preparation, while others only provide a patch, an implanted pellet, or injections. Of the latter, some use biweekly injections and some use weekly injections. Some doctors allow patients to inject themselves; others require an office visit. Some doctors will prescribe testosterone to women—who can also be deficient—while many more will not. In short, testosterone-prescribing practices vary wildly. And that fractured landscape presents an arbitrage opportunity for recreational users who have done their homework.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Article on Steroid Use and TRT