Testosterone therapy

Discussion in 'LifeXMD Hormone Optimization Center's' started by dsiegel1972, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. dsiegel1972

    dsiegel1972 New Member

    Oct 16, 2013
    Question, I am 42 and have been on Cypionate for about 6 mos. Prescribed by my Dr for low T. It was under 100, I am doing 200mg every 2 weeks and have thrown a pro hormone cycle in it once while on it. But I have recently started getting major sensitivity in my chest which I think is a higher estrogen level issue. I am going back to Dr to get this checked in a couple weeks. His suggestion until I get back to see him is quit the shots. Any thoughts on how I can lower my estrogen level. I havent done anything that would mess with my t - levels other than shots in a couple mos. Thoughts would be appreciated
  2. imuscle

    imuscle VIP Member

    Oct 1, 2013
    If you dont want to wait a couple weeks for the doc and rather then shoot in the dark on what it is. My suggestion would be first get some bloodwork done.

    http://www.theironden.com/forum/threads/8375-Get-your-bloodwork-done-for-50 Here's a code for July save another %15 h5j4g1b

    If you dont mind paying out of pocket, keep in mind is this is outside of insurance and will cost you about forty something bucks. This would give you a idea whats going on and if your estrogen is high and if it is you can start taking a AI. Now which AI is a another conversation depending on how high you are and your symptoms. Hope this helps
  3. dsiegel1972

    dsiegel1972 New Member

    Oct 16, 2013
    Thanks will look into it, will most likely wait for doc and get my blood work done play it safe
  4. Augerdog

    Augerdog Senior Member

    Mar 12, 2014
    I would try some exemestane. You want to stop the gyno quickly
  5. Ironmike72

    Ironmike72 VIP Member

    Aug 13, 2012
    If you can see a noticeable difference get you hands on some legit Letro! 2.5 mg's till sensitivity subsidies . Then Adex or Aromasin as part of your regiment! I also couldn't agree more with im!!.... Bloodwork is very important! Where I'm @ I can't do the online bloodwork.....

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