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Old 01-17-2013, 07:43 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by J_Byrd View Post
I have a good friend who is on it. 1 shot, ever 2 weeks to bring him to normal levels. Has not experienced any atrophy.

Older generations also thought diabetes was a death sentence, medicine evolves. I honestly think TRT can improve the quality of life for a lot of people.
That's a great point! Even a good doctor will start with a generic interval like weekly, etc. Maybe you're better every 10 days, every 14 days... as with most things, use the minimum needed to get the desired results...it just takes time and consistency.

Remember, the gov't used to say xrays and cigarettes were harmless!
Likewise, many cures are demonized until the truth comes out.

There's always side effects to any external supplement...with TRT they are almost all 100% reversible (if you even get them, and many don't). Compare that to the "death list" on most "approved" and "acceptable" drugs!
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