Want To Hear People's Experiences On Androderm

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Tony Says:

I read old post and Androderm sure got a lot of bashing. I have yet to have one fall off. Actually they are hard to take off. Had the glue stick to me after i removed it. I showered with one on just to see and it would not come off, even using a scubby cloth on it. I found out if I take a shot shower and scrub where the patch was, the red spot does not last as long. that is the only two complaints I have is the spot it leaves on my body and itches like crazy. I hope my levels continue to increase. I only had them on for a month. I have to wait 2 more months before new blood work. My balls have not shrunk or my hair fallen out like i read in older posts. I hope I get good results. Only think so far is the muscles stiffness is gone. I am getting workouts at the gym too. I been really hungry and I am not fat.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tony! How are you? Are things still going well?

I'm female, so I've not used this, so I'll leave the experience part for others to touch.

However, as to the complaints that have been made, such as testicular shrinkage, hair loss and etc. those symptoms usually occur in men that have elevated estrogen levels. That means that they most likely still weren't having their hormones balanced out and weren't getting enough testosterone to counteract it.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of this hormonal supplementation as including skin irritation, irritability, hair growth and headache.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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Tony Says:

one more. I am on 2mg/day Androderm. Just wondering how much that will increase my total t when I go get my blood work done at the 3 months time? After two weeks it went from 301 to 340, Free T went from 30 to 72. 2mg seems a low dose. I was hoping I see my numbers in the 500 range.

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Tony Says:

I got off the Androderm, it did nothing for me. After months, what a waste. I am now on injections. From reading what other guys are taking, wow they take like 200mg a week. Of course taking so much testosterone will turn to estrogen. Figure the body only makes on the average 6mg a day! The idea is to replace what your body is lacking. My doc is starting out low with blood work. She does not want my body to shut down its own production. I feel great so far. I am only doing 100mg 4 weeks. I am not experiencing the ups and downs others say I would. My nuts are doing fine and my boobs did not grow hahahaha. It starting work at 303 with free at 14. Androderm did nothing for me except gave me big red oozing round spots. It does not take that much to feel good. It is the body builders that want the big doses then have to take other meds to counteract the effects of too much testosterone. Oh well big muscles for small nuts hahaha. I am actually loosing belly fat and gaining muscles in my work outs. I started at 180 lbs, went down to 175 now after gaining some muscles, up to 179 pounds.

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