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    Newbie.. hello all

    Hey Guys,

    Newbie here starting my research on TRT. I'm sure I'll have plenty of questions, so I appreciate the advice in advance!


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    Welcome to ExcelMale, I hope we can all help.
    I am not a medical practitioner. Any suggestions I provide are not medical recommendations and are just my opinions. Please consult with your physician on any matters concerning your health.

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    I am not a physician. Comments offered here are for discussion purposes only. Please consult your doctor before initiating, changing, or stopping any therapy.

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    My MANTRA!!
    First step is education....
    Cannot tell how much research you have done on TRT.
    If not a lot, I recommend you get a few books.
    Get a few good books and educate yourself now:
    1. Get Nelsons book "Testosterone: A Man’s Guide".
    2. Get Lee Myer's book "Natural Versus Testosterone Therapy".
    3. Get “Testosterone for life - Dr. Abraham Morgentaller “.
    4. Get “The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual: How to OptimizeYour Testosterone For Lifelong Health And Happiness” by Jay Campbell.
    These books will give you a much better understanding of TRT....
    One other forum that has great info that might be useful to you is:

    Dr Saya'sVideos on Testosterone Therapy and Side Effect Management
    Second step might be to have a look at your thyroid and see if any issues
    Do some research.
    I do like Tiredthyroid as a starting point.
    Easy to read sections.
    References at the bottom of each section (and NOT from people wearing "tinfoil" hats)
    See below:
    Basic sources to research Thyroid issues and testing:
    Spend time here and get the 2 books, “STTM: The Revised Book” and “STTMII:Authored by Doctors”.
    Great simple to understand articles.
    Get her book.... “Tired Thyroid: From Hyper to Hypo to Healing—Breaking the TSHRule”,
    A lot of clear researched information that is easy toread and understand.
    Good info here. Look around.
    A LOT of good articles and a youtube page.
    Spend time here looking around and reading after getting labs back.

    Do you have Hypothyroidism?
    The CompleteHypothyroidism User Guide for Patients (2018 Edition)
    Need information on testing....
    Read here:
    And here:
    and here:
    and here:
    and here:
    And here:
    Some additional links to read before you receivethe books you have already ordered
    Go here:
    and download:
    TRT: Recipe For Success
    Print out.
    HCG Update.
    and the TRT Power Point presentation.
    Dr. Crisler is one of the "TRT Cutting Edge DR's" here in the states....
    Also go here:
    and also print out the article.

    ALSO look at the videos that are posted on this site. A LOT of great info totake in....
    Now you will have a great reference library and knowledge base to go forward on!

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