Gel Treatment Lowered Testosterone Levels

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Mad dog Says:


Started a gel treatment for low T levels. Checked levels 30 days later and levels decreased by 50% instead of increasing. What now?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mad Dog! What gel were you using?

Some formulations work better for some people than others.

There was a post on here recently about a man that went from the gel to the Testopel pellets, but found they didn't work as well as the gel, so they had to be removed and he had to start using the gel, again.

Have you talked to your doctor about it? You may need to try the pellets to see if they work for you.

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mike Says:
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Bro you need anti estrogens your levels are out of whack that's all.

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