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19 hours ago, MickeyDelux said:

exercise everyday, eat a healthy whole food diet, regularly practice fasting, don't drink alcohol, don't smoke cigarettes, don't use non-prescription drugs, don't watch porn/masturbate. If you're overweight, lose it. Do this and your libido will improve immensely, in as little as 30 days, and you'll save money. Keep doing it and you'll surprise yourself and your partner(s) with your vitality. 

"and you'll save money" On the other-hand😎 A wank is money in the bank.😀

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On 4/24/2019 at 6:36 PM, sidjameson said:

Ridiculous question to ask i know, but do you think that dr could help?

 

The question is not ridiculous !  Whether a medical review can help ... well, you'll only know if you have one, and consider the results. For myselves, I would want to make sure I was  using the right strategy for the one body/two minds' well-being.

 

Among other factors to consider: prostrate condition; patterns ... or changes in patterns ... of exercise, sleep; significant events ... positive and negative ... in your recent life; changes on socialization, and relationships.

 

best wishes, ~o:37;

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A little off-topic but does anyone know where empty sterile vials can be purchased in Thailand?

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Posted (edited)

Just to chime in; Rotexmedica and Bayer are still not available in Pattaya (at least not at "Tim's")  Rotexmedica is expected to be back in stock within a couple of weeks; maybe Bayer as well but most likely will take longer before supply chain is re-established.

 

In Chiang Mai, Peera was the go-to source IMO and they have been out of stock since last October.

 

The reason fro the out-of-stock situation, according to what I've been told is that Bayer has been re-vamping their distribution channel which supposedly accounts for the scarcity.  Personally that doesn't make sense to me but that's what I've been told by several different pharmacists here in Thailand.  

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44 minutes ago, WaveHunter said:

Side effects (high RBC and Cholesterol) are entirely manageable when on TRT.  Periodically donating blood will address high RBC and cholesterol can be managed through your nutrition.

 

Theoretically, yes, and I appreciate your thoughtful comments, and advocacy of undertaking modification of the hormonal system under medical supervision.

 

A potential problem I see is that often the later-mid-life-male-hominid, finding he can't quite sing "come on baby, light my fire" on key, is prone to health risk-taking, and non-compliance with good health practices.

 

I also believe I observe, among the expat males I know here, frequent depression; imho, the depression can manifest physically as low-energy, lack of libido, etc. But, such observations are, of course, highly biased. 

 

But, consider the weather: who isn't depressed and lethargic, given the last 10 weeks of respiratory homicide in Amazing T ?

 

~o:37;

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1 hour ago, WaveHunter said:

Finding a "good" doctor to discuss TRT might take some effort but well worth it.  I can say that Dr. Nisachon Morgan in Chinag Mai is excellent!  She is an incredibly well informed and compassionate general practitioner (GP).

I agree that Dr. Morgan is a good general practitioner but TRT may not be her thing. An endocrinologist at Ram, whom I regard very highly, disagreed sharply with her recommendations. 

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8 minutes ago, orang37 said:

But, consider the weather: who isn't depressed and lethargic, given the last 10 weeks of respiratory homicide in Amazing T ?

Add in the socio-political situations in their home countries. Bummers.

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5 hours ago, amexpat said:

Add in the socio-political situations in their home countries. Bummers.

 

As one born in CorporateOccupiedMallburgerland, I can only say: "Amen."

 

And, then, there's the movie playing now that could make me want to commit suicide ... no, it's not "13 Reasons Why" klikee-klikee ... it's in the mirror: however I just laugh at it because I know I'd never write anything that tasteless 🙂

 

Do things always get worse before you realize that things were better before they get worse ?

 

~o:37;

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On 5/1/2019 at 10:59 AM, WaveHunter said:

 

Blood testing is critical, before and during therapy.  It's not just about testosterone levels.  A lot of associated hormonal changes occur when you introduce exogenous testosterone into your body.  Taking testosterone without proper blood work and consultation with a well informed doctor would  just be plain stupid!

 

 

Mind telling what are the hormonal changes? Beard, muscles ....

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Non-authorized non-medical advise : if someone starts a prostat cancer he should avoid testosteron supplements, as it would make cancer expands much faster. Maybe consultation with urologist would be useful prior treatment.

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This thread illustrates a problem I see a lot here in CM: People trying to be their own doctor.  As some commenters have suggested, find a *real* doctor and talk to her about your situation.

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53 minutes ago, Kelsall said:

This thread illustrates a problem I see a lot here in CM: People trying to be their own doctor.  As some commenters have suggested, find a *real* doctor and talk to her about your situation.

Yes, Thailand is wonderful, come here and almost instantly become an expert in health care, personal finance, sexual relationships, traffic safety, intellect measurement and anything else you happen to choose.

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