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    #16
    Originally posted by Tman9513 View Post
    https://www.shiramillermd.com/2012/0...y-alternative/

    This is a pretty decent summary of what it does in males.
    Thank you. It is clear now.
    Also find some useful info about side effects:
    https://www.drugs.com/sfx/clomiphene-side-effects.html



    Last edited by holyone; 25 May 2017, 10:42 AM.

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      #17
      Just a heads up, I'm not sure how old you are or if having children are in your future but testosterone injections/supplements/etc. will drastically reduce your sperm count...to almost nothing. I found this out from experience, because no one ever told me. It took almost a year for my numbers to get back to normal. This may not apply to you, but its good info for anyone else that may be in that situation.

      EDIT: just realized the article above covers this, should have read it before posting.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Brad09 View Post
        Just a heads up, I'm not sure how old you are or if having children are in your future but testosterone injections/supplements/etc. will drastically reduce your sperm count...to almost nothing. I found this out from experience, because no one ever told me. It took almost a year for my numbers to get back to normal. This may not apply to you, but its good info for anyone else that may be in that situation.

        EDIT: just realized the article above covers this, should have read it before posting.
        Did you use something to increase sperm count?

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          #19
          do you need a script for clomiphene? or is it something you can order. if so does anyone have a trusted source . i know it is an estrogren blocker and will help raise T levels.

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            #20
            Originally posted by royb View Post
            do you need a script for clomiphene? or is it something you can order. if so does anyone have a trusted source . i know it is an estrogren blocker and will help raise T levels.
            I read that "Clomiphene citrate is generic and very cheap".

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              #21
              I've been on some form or another of Testosterone Replacement Therapy for about a year. It's helped tremendously.
              Daniel

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                #22
                Originally posted by royb View Post
                do you need a script for clomiphene? or is it something you can order. if so does anyone have a trusted source . i know it is an estrogren blocker and will help raise T levels.
                You'll need a prescription. I refilled mine yesterday and it was $4.02 for a month supply. I have Blue Cross / Blue Shield for insurance.

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                  #23
                  Just FYI, about 2 months ago I started taking Mucuna Dopa http://superfoodprofiles.com/mucuna-...-benefits-uses. from swanson vitamins.

                  I didn't take it for low-T but I have been on the low side of normal. A month after I had lab work done and found that my Testosterone numbers gained 100 points.

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                    #24
                    How long did it take for the clomid to raise your testosterone levels? I have been taking 50 mg daily and at one month my levels have not changed.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by oldschool View Post
                      How long did it take for the clomid to raise your testosterone levels? I have been taking 50 mg daily and at one month my levels have not changed.
                      I want to say it took me about two months or so to see 700. Make sure you take it in the morning when your T levels are naturally higher. I've basically flatlined at the 700 range, but that's twice what it was in the beginning.

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                        #26
                        Just wondering what are the main benefits and justification for insurance?

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by August West View Post
                          Just wondering what are the main benefits and justification for insurance?
                          Muscle mass, bone density (to combat atrophy)

                          https://www.healthline.com/health/lo...ects-on-body#1

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by trekker6 View Post
                            I used legal steroids testosterone shots weekly but stopped, cause the boys were shrinking, I now use clomiphene (clomid) and it works fine, when I first started my test jumped to 928 so I backed off to half of what I was taking, and it's 800 now.
                            legal steroids testosterone
                            I might be interested in clomid. When I googled it, it says it's used for infertility in women. Now I'm confused. Can someone explain?
                            Last edited by lexenluis; 11 Feb 2019, 6:06 AM.

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by lexenluis View Post
                              legal steroids testosterone
                              I might be interested in clomid. When I googled it, it says it's used for infertility in women. Now I'm confused. Can someone explain?
                              https://www.shiramillermd.com/2012/0...y-alternative/

                              This link gives a decent summation of what it does in males. It blocks the signal to your brain that says "hey we got enough T down here" so you keep producing. And as an update of the last year, my insurance will no longer pay for it and classifies it as for erectile dysfunction. I went back and forth with them but found an avenue to purchase for ~$40 bucks a month so I've gone that route.

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                                #30
                                I’ve been on 1.5mg every 7 days of test/cyp 1,000mg for one year now. My Dr won’t increase my dosage and every time we check my testosterone levels, I’m in the low 100’s for a number. (never have been above 150)
                                It’s so frustrating for me. He is worried about my heart is why he claims.
                                I’m 39 years old, pretty sure my heart is healthy.
                                I feel so skinny and not much strength anymore either. Very sluggish for the most part anymore.

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