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Can anybody comment on whether Peera is now stocked with 10-ampule boxes of Testosterone (Bayer or RotexMedica)?  If you know price, that would be nice to know.  I'm moving to CM next month.  It's readily available down here in Pattaya (RotexMedica), so I'm wondering if I should buy here before I leave or not.  I use it for legitimate TRT overseen by my MD, so no nasty troll remarks or flames please.  

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Silly question. So if they have it today they could easily be out is stock next month when god forbid you arrive.


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I would stock up in Pattaya because - a: health security, and b: I would save a fair bit of cash.

I bet the elderly lady at 'Tim's' pharmacy would make a nice bulk deal.

If I was flying to CM, I would bring my doctor's prescription because some security officials have been known to seize improperly 'documented' medicines.

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2 hours ago, Bruce Aussie Chiang Mai said:

You can get caps here easily not sure about ampules.

60caps 900bht.

1 a day will help heaps.

 

 

 

I hope you're not talking about anything but undecanoate (i.e.: Claris Jatenzo) since there are many "testosterone" capsules on the market that are simply scams.  Only undecanoate has been approved by FDA as an oral form of testosterone for TRT. 

 

Personally, I'm not really into oral delivery since it can have possible negative effects on the liver in the long term.  Further, it has to be taken three times daily in order to be effective, and even then it has an uncertain absorption pattern which results in peaks and valleys of serum testosterone levels throughout the day. 

 

Just my humble opinion but injection of enanthate or cypionate forms seems much more effective and safer.  Just something to consider.

 

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There is a US scientific school of thought who consider that the first sign of underlying male health problems emanate through a hormonal imbalance, such as testosterone levels. Doctors treat symptoms, not prevention of possible diseases - basically because they're not proficient in nutrition science. 

 

The same school consider that a lack of critical/essential dietary nutrition could be one cause - and not the reasoning it's just 'old-age' creeping up. While I appreciate your mostly healthy lifestyle, WH, this IS a yellow light that's been flagged. I suggest (for peace of mind) taking a PHI blood test if you haven't done so already - it's a comprehensive prostate health Index, much more accurate than a PSA lone. 

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Silly answer; I'm trying to find out if the long-term shortage still exists or not up in Chiang Mai. 

If that is the case why didn’t you say so in the beginning? It is a different question.


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7 minutes ago, stephenterry said:

There is a US scientific school of thought who consider that the first sign of underlying male health problems emanate through a hormonal imbalance, such as testosterone levels. Doctors treat symptoms, not prevention of possible diseases - basically because they're not proficient in nutrition science. 

 

The same school consider that a lack of critical/essential dietary nutrition could be one cause - and not the reasoning it's just 'old-age' creeping up. While I appreciate your mostly healthy lifestyle, WH, this IS a yellow light that's been flagged. I suggest (for peace of mind) taking a PHI blood test if you haven't done so already - it's a comprehensive prostate health Index, much more accurate than a PSA lone. 

We're kind of getting off-topic (which I expected would happen with this thread) but that's OK.  Totally agree with you that most MD's treat symptoms not causes, and more importantly, very few of them look to nutritional practices as a root cause of many illnesses.  Luckily for me, I have an outstanding doctor who is guilty of none of these things.  I think the most important thing a person can do when it comes to considering possible TRT is to have an outstanding doctor to advise you.

 

That said, my own TRT is only a small part of my overall health lifestyle strategy.  I am aware of the The Prostate Health Index but never had it done.  It's really just a formula that combines all three test forms (total PSA, free PSA and p2PSA) into a single score.  My doctor never suggested it but my PSA is tested every time I get panels and it's always been spot on.  All in all, I take TRT very seriously even though my prescribed dosages are very low (125mg/week).  I place greater emphasis on nutrition than anything else as far as staying healthy, and I think that's the real key for anyone wishing to have a healthy and productive life.

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3 hours ago, WaveHunter said:

I'm moving to CM next month. 

Hope your mother is coming with you like last time, she really is a fantastic lady.

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16 minutes ago, Bill97 said:


If that is the case why didn’t you say so in the beginning? It is a different question.


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Obviously, by the way the post was titled, it was directed at people who use Testosterone and purchase it from Peera.  Anyone who uses it is well aware that a shortage has existed since last October, thus no need to state the obvious! 

 

Obviously you do not use testosterone or you would have understood this.  You added nothing helpful in your original reply, or in this second reply, so I have to wonder, why are you even wasting your time or mine here?

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2 minutes ago, Dante99 said:

Hope your mother is coming with you like last time, she really is a fantastic lady.

LOL...I think you have me confused with somebody else, though my mother is indeed a fantastic lady 🙂

 

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56 minutes ago, hyku1147 said:

I would stock up in Pattaya because - a: health security, and b: I would save a fair bit of cash.

I bet the elderly lady at 'Tim's' pharmacy would make a nice bulk deal.

If I was flying to CM, I would bring my doctor's prescription because some security officials have been known to seize improperly 'documented' medicines.

Peera was always very competitive on price and totally trustworthy in terms of only carrying pharma-grade.  "Elderly" lady?  C'mon, she's not that old 🙂  Actually she is one of the best pharmacists I've run into in Thailand; very knowledgeable and honest.  HOnestly, I don;t know of a better pharmacy in Chiang Mai, but if they are not stocking Testosterone yet, I'd be real interested in finding a trustworthy alternative pharmacy in town.  Anybody have suggestions??

 

Probably good advice to carry Rx when travelling (even though no Rx for Test is actually required in Thailand).  My doctor in Chiang Mai gave me one which I keep in my passport when I travel to USA.  I'm driving up to Chiang Mai, not flying, but still a good idea to have it with me I guess.  You never know if you'll run into a cop with a desire to supplement his retirement fund.

 

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Why not just phone Peera Pharmacy and ask?

 

17 hours ago, WaveHunter said:

LOL...I think you have me confused with somebody else, though my mother is indeed a fantastic lady 🙂

 

Weren't you the guy on about veg food, ed visas and combat schools?  Why do I recall your mother being with you and helping you with all that?

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