Of course, the idea of "how low can I go" in the "T" department caught my interest. BUT-let me say over and over again, I am under a doc's supervision- actually two.
Spiro is also designed to lower your blood pressure by getting rid of fluids in your body and I thought I peed a lot before!! Now I can almost set my clock and my itinerary to finding the nearest restroom.
Perhaps you are wondering, just where has all this medication taken me? Well, I was too.
I'm always humored by the decreasing number of "Low-T" commercials for men I hear on the radio around here. After a couple of men who didn't have Low T began to add extra to their bodies and died-now I'm hearing the lawyers commercials wanting to take their lawsuits.
I'm passing along this chart I found which illustrates the natural decline of "T" as a man ages. Please be aware I'm notoriously bad at reading charts and won't be a medical person in my life, but it "seems" at my age, I should be at around a 500 T level.
If I attempt to refer this chart to my latest VA blood tests, I can see how much lower my "low T" has become. In fact, if I'm reading it right, I'm in the sub 100 range.
Before I increased my dosage!
Good news-bad news kids. Of course the good news are the bodily changes which continue to amaze me. I'm literally euphoric.
The bad news (you know there always is some) is, if you have heard any of the dire prophesies about "low T"-no energy, strength, sex drive etc. Are all true with me. Don't pass me the pickle jar to open! That's as about as bad as calling me sir! Just can't do it!
I'm writing this from an informational viewpoint. It's written for any of you who are considering HRT. I know I had a huge amount of questions-many of which went unanswered. On the other hand, those of you who have gone down this path will most likely have your own information to share.
It's such as personal topic with so many twists and turns! If you have experiences you want to share, by all means send them to me here!
In the meantime, excuse me-have to go potty!