New to TRT

Discussion in 'Testosterone Replacement therapy (TRT)' started by Ramrod, May 4, 2016.

  1. Ramrod

    Ramrod VIP Member

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    Looks like I'll be getting a Dr. Scripts soon. I've had a declining T-Levels since I was 28. From 28 to 34.. Lost 50%... Then from 34 to 35 almost as much again. Not feeling to bad really. Just tried and unmotivated a lot. Gym lifts have been ok, but a struggle at times. Bedroom stuff isn't as often, but never an issue when the time comes.

    Over a year ago I had my highest reading of 400 Total. Can't remember my Free... Well now I showed a low of 56 Total and 10.7 Free.

    I was speechless. Happy, but sad at the same time. What sucks even worse is knowing and can't do anything about it for 6 more weeks. I have to retest 6 weeks from last draw and show another low number to get insurance to cover it.

    That's where I'm at now. I hope I don't have a higher reading and come in over 250. Which is the bottom line and insurance not cover it.
     
  2. monsoon

    monsoon Senior Bacon VIP

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    May I ask who your insurance co is?
     
  3. Ramrod

    Ramrod VIP Member

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    Blue Cross
     
  4. dabigmoose

    dabigmoose New Member

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    I sure wish i had of went TRT sooner prob should of checked it at 45 . I am so much better and really active at 56 and back in gym .
     

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