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mangyH2obuffalo

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  1. Thanks everyone for the comments! Yes, I have the social security ........I believe......I switched jobs 5 months ago. Previous job I had it for 3 years (social security as well as another because was working at a government uni). When I left I inquired about continuing my payment but took awhile to get an answer and was finally told to go to an office in PathumThani to see about continuing payments........never bothered with the beauracracy I will ask the doctor for the results of the test I took a few months ago. Thanks again for the advice as I continue to look intuit more.
  2. Hello all, I wrote about this about a year ago but can't find my old post. Basically, when I was 26 I had testicle cancer and had righty removed. I am now 42 and feel low motivation and am quite irritable. Depression runs in my family (dad offed himself two years before I was diagnosed) so I am on some antiDs too but.......chemically, I ain't right. My diet is generally healthy and I have recently started exercising again (only 3 weeks). I guess I should emphasize that low motivation isn't low labido (which may be the problem as I am a DIY first thing in the morning and before bed-in addition to relations with my girlfriend........she travels a lot for work.......anyways, that motivation isn't gone)...........I don't know what to make out of having low testosterone but still being sexually motivated. I took a blood test at a doctor and got test results with all kinds of numbers and names of things with which I don't understand other than the Doctor interpreted to me that I was indeed on the threshold of someone who qualified for treatment. The place I got tested was a clinic for STDs, work permits, valium prescriptions, vaccinations, etc. My question is? Where can I get some injections? Sure, there is Baumrangrad but I only have the Thai -what I think is minimal coverage......(for example I got hernia surgery and didn't have to pay).........how much do these injections or gels cost? More importantly, how much would it cost for an appropriate assessment as I know estrogen levels etc play a role, so I assume I would need to be tested as I receive treatment due to being an above 40 year old "baller"...... In a previous post that someone was nice enough to reply to they mentioned replacements called Enanthate which is a 14 day maintenance program and Undecanoate which is a 2-3 month maintenance program......please, let me know if you have any experience with this.........not just benefits but costs with or without insurance. Also, I don't know how much of this has to do with being a teacher here. I guess, not just teaching but the monotony of having the same profession day after day. I taught back home and have had a good run at teaching here and China in some good paying places but the whole system here and the chemical imbalances of depression and low testosterone numbers is getting intolerable to cope with and I feel I need a chemical boost to give my rose colored glasses a new tint. Any advice would be great as it pertains to the specifics of hormone therapy. Happy 2562!
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