Anyone here with ultra low T levels?

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Anyone here with ultra low T levels?

Postby Anon-E-Mouse » Fri May 07, 2021 2:07 am

35yr old male taking Trimix … T levels were in upper 200s in early 30s and latest test showed a T level of 65 in the morning. I understand 300-900 is normal and yes at 230pds and 5’10” definitely overweight too. Wife is 12 weeks pregnant finally and it’s kid #4 so we’re done and I can finally start T. Was stuck using clomid since I wanted to remain fertile but now it’s go time to get the real thing.

Curious if anyone else had ultra low T levels before starting TRT and what their experiences were like and how long it took to see those differences. Obviously low libido, ED… but how was your energy levels, fitness, mental clarity and mood before and after?

Just trying to learn everything I can before starting twice weekly injections as recommended by the doc.
34yr old Male - Pills Stopped Working After 10yrs - Switched to 150/5/50 TriMix injections from an online doctor & pharmacy with amazing results.

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Re: Anyone here with ultra low T levels?

Postby Rider1400 » Tue May 11, 2021 4:07 pm

Not as low as you but was around 120 in the am before TRT. I first used I ml every other week. This had a bad roller coaster effect. But did that for almost 2 years and recently went to 1/2 dose every week which has maintained no lower than 600 and highest I’ve checked was 800... like the weekly.
Did notice a significant improvement in morning wood, mental clarity and energy along with libido. Within a few days and maxed at about the second week. Won’t regret it at all just be careful if you get too high as it can cause chest pains and lead to heart problems
55yr old. Ed started at 40 Cialis at 20mg. After 10 years Cialis and V failed to keep erection long enough.12/20 urologist found VL and prescribed Trimix 17.6/0.58/5.8 CMP took a few shots to settle on .1 mg for 1-1 1/2 hr rock hard erection

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Re: Anyone here with ultra low T levels?

Postby Flavio » Tue May 11, 2021 6:01 pm

I haven't checked my levels in a long time but I've always had low T. I have taken antiandrogens (Propecia) for 20+ years, maybe that is the reason. Nevertheless, I have excellent morning erections, and with a little help from oral meds, I also have a great sex life.
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.

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Re: Anyone here with ultra low T levels?

Postby tolergl » Tue May 11, 2021 6:58 pm

I get monthly injections. I was in the low 100's with injections around 500. went from very little sex drive to being horney all the time. Just waiting week four of recovery from surgery for implant pills or injections did not work

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Re: Anyone here with ultra low T levels?

Postby Martin6469 » Wed May 12, 2021 4:55 pm

Anyone with ultra-low T might be too depressed to come to the forum! This is a cause of "The Grouchy Old Man Problem," well known to wives worldwide. And you don't have to be old to fall into this pit. Twenty years ago I began having shorter erection durations and a slight depression creeping up. Got a little curt with my wife. This and depression was out of character. General energy level seemed to be dropping too. A urologist diagnosed low luteinizing hormone being put out by the pituitary gland. This LH, as it's called, drives testosterone production. I don't know what my T level was, but it was below the 260 that the doc said was the lower boundary. An endocrinologist then diagnosed hypothalamus malfunction: this gland is supposed to put out a hormone which causes the pituitary to secrete LH. He said synthetic T does an end run around all this, and I started twice-a-month office injections which brought me fully back to normal immediately, in one day. I now smear a gel on my side once a day, made up by a compounding pharmacy, not covered by insurance but only $30/month. This is easier than self-injection, and a lot easier than going to a doctor's office. T is around 500 and all is well, for my age at least: good energy, no depression, Trimix working.

You're too young for prostate cancer, but guys over 50 or so are advised to keep T under about 600, because T feeds any incipient prostate cancer. Your urologist will measure blood samples periodically for your target T.

If the urologist can't fix you 100%, see an endocrinologist. These hormones can be tricky.
Age 76 in 2021. On testosterone replacement due to hypothalamus malfunction. (Attention depressed guys: low testosterone is a cause.) Healthy health nut but ED due to getting old. Like to keep enough cardiovascular ability to thrust for 30 min.

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