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Tiny

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I’m considering options for TRT and wondering if any of the online clinics are favorable for athletes, or patients that prefer T levels above bare minimum averages? Is their cost tolerable?

I haven’t cycled or had blood done in a few years. I’m going to be getting a blood panel done shortly and I suspect my levels are still in the “acceptable range” and the new doc I’m going to be seeing may not support my initiatives.

The thought crossed my mind to have blood panel done via a clinic and explore their treatment options. Not sure if it’s worth chasing or not. Is there any suggestions or a general consensus on the approach?

I’m hopeful. If a guy decides he wants to be a tranny, there’s doctors lined up to help him grow tits and cut his dick off. We should have equal access to medical professionals that can help us.
 
monsoon

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Seems like the doctor would be more sympathetic now that you’ve been castrated. I just got an email from a place called “opt health” don’t know anything about them though.
 
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there's a vas deferens between a vasectomy and castration, monsoon ... unless his doctor was in a hurry that day.

my doctor said I was so big he wasn't sure insurance covered vast ectomies .........
 
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there's a vas deferens between a vasectomy and castration, monsoon ... unless his doctor was in a hurry that day.

my doctor said I was so big he wasn't sure insurance covered vast ectomies .........
You should be pun ished for that post
 
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I’m considering options for TRT and wondering if any of the online clinics are favorable for athletes, or patients that prefer T levels above bare minimum averages? Is their cost tolerable?

I haven’t cycled or had blood done in a few years. I’m going to be getting a blood panel done shortly and I suspect my levels are still in the “acceptable range” and the new doc I’m going to be seeing may not support my initiatives.

The thought crossed my mind to have blood panel done via a clinic and explore their treatment options. Not sure if it’s worth chasing or not. Is there any suggestions or a general consensus on the approach?

I’m hopeful. If a guy decides he wants to be a tranny, there’s doctors lined up to help him grow tits and cut his dick off. We should have equal access to medical professionals that can help us.
This place, DEFY come highly recommended

 
Thrawn

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Most online TRT clinics are ridiculously priced. First I would get bloods to see where you stand. If needed I'd recommend manipulating your T levels by shutting yourself down then get tested again. Obviously you would want two different docs doing the labs.
 
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I use Transcend. Are they higher priced compared to most, yes. However, they don't give a shit if my total test comes back at 1200+ on 200 mg of test cypionate a week, as long as my health markers are good. That does not mean in normal range, that means tolerable. If the doctor doesn't think I am in danger, then I am fine. It is not like a PCM who freaks out when your creatinine is 1.5+, thinking you are in kidney failure. They understand if you are 220 lbs and 10% body fat then you are going to have above average creatinine levels from muscle mass alone and your kidneys are fine. They can also prescribe deca, anavar, peptides, etc... They actually will try and upsell you a bunch of stuff. I just tell them no, I want testosterone only.
 
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I use Transcend. Are they higher priced compared to most, yes. However, they don't give a shit if my total test comes back at 1200+ on 200 mg of test cypionate a week, as long as my health markers are good. That does not mean in normal range, that means tolerable. If the doctor doesn't think I am in danger, then I am fine. It is not like a PCM who freaks out when your creatinine is 1.5+, thinking you are in kidney failure. They understand if you are 220 lbs and 10% body fat then you are going to have above average creatinine levels from muscle mass alone and your kidneys are fine. They can also prescribe deca, anavar, peptides, etc... They actually will try and upsell you a bunch of stuff. I just tell them no, I want testosterone only.
That’s some great information.
 
Tiny

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I use Transcend. Are they higher priced compared to most, yes. However, they don't give a shit if my total test comes back at 1200+ on 200 mg of test cypionate a week, as long as my health markers are good. That does not mean in normal range, that means tolerable. If the doctor doesn't think I am in danger, then I am fine. It is not like a PCM who freaks out when your creatinine is 1.5+, thinking you are in kidney failure. They understand if you are 220 lbs and 10% body fat then you are going to have above average creatinine levels from muscle mass alone and your kidneys are fine. They can also prescribe deca, anavar, peptides, etc... They actually will try and upsell you a bunch of stuff. I just tell them no, I want testosterone only.

That sounds perfect! I will get my private baseline test done first to see where I’m at and can reach out to a clinic first. A spot that supports my interest and goals is what I’m after. At 43, I now take my health more seriously, so a dr that can look after me is important.

My new general practitioner is a gay democrat… I don’t think our views would align on trt. Overall, I’m healthy and blood has been good. The main thing I need to watch is my prostate. Both my father & grandfather had prostate cancer.
 
Tiny

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Thanks all. I ended up with a company out of Florida, but may be switching to a provider that has an office in my state for when the annual in person visit requirement takes effect.

the new provider I’m talking to seems to be a little more versed in their product offerings and service.
 
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