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  • Skills360
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    Originally posted by aray808311 View Post
    do you have to get a doctor's prescription for trt? it seems difficult order it off the internet or find it elsewhere
    depends on the country western countries you do and some European countries....Here us a good article:


    https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-44354.html


    This is the clinic i plan to use (everything virtual)

    https://www.defymedical.com/

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  • aray808311
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    do you have to get a doctor's prescription for trt? it seems difficult order it off the internet or find it elsewhere

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    So far Ive been eating A+ Hosan - Dried Seaweed (Ito Wakame), from local asian food store. It has more iodine than supplements. It looks like this: https://wenzhousupermercados.com/med...9059293379.jpg
    I would otherwise look for best bang for buck here https://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-...bs/hpc/3774381
    A little more background: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2FENIi9aqw

  • Skills360
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    Originally posted by ijjjji View Post
    Im not considering TrT atm, but I am very positive in regard to it! Risk/downsides documented so far, seem limited imo. Esp. compared to possible HEALTH upsides with regard to:
    -slower aging
    -met. syndrome prevention
    -immune function
    (Causality has not been "proven" for these connections, but there are many single case reports suggesting it goes both ways - IOW that T-level actually affects health. And the sheer detriment of having low T seems proven beyond doubt, so whats there to lose.)

    Side notes:
    1) Im currently giving Iodine supplementing a try, because its a common deficiency that impairs thyroid hormone, which in turn impairs conversion from T4 to T3 (bio active type)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothyroidism Indications so far are promising imo, as Ive been super horny lately for no apparent reason. (Another effect of low hypothyroid function/hormone, is that its easier to lose muscle and harder to shed fat during calorie deficits. I see this particularly after losing the first 70% of my target, so Im thinking that a hypothyroid function boost might be what I need to push past this more easily. I will keep you guys posted as always.)
    2) Im strongly against HGH supplementing (supposed anti-aging). Its basically seems to be a prime driver of cancer. Im similarly skeptical wrt estrogen therapy for women.
    can you please link a product from amazon or somewhere i can get it.... I want to try all other avenues before trt but the last 2 years i have felt a bit old....



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    Im not considering TrT atm, but I am very positive in regard to it! Risk/downsides documented so far, seem limited imo. Esp. compared to possible HEALTH upsides with regard to:
    -slower aging
    -met. syndrome prevention
    -immune function
    (Causality has not been "proven" for these connections, but there are many single case reports suggesting it goes both ways - IOW that T-level actually affects health. And the sheer detriment of having low T seems proven beyond doubt, so whats there to lose.)

    Side notes:
    1) Im currently giving Iodine supplementing a try, because its a common deficiency that impairs thyroid hormone, which in turn impairs conversion from T4 to T3 (bio active type)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothyroidism Indications so far are promising imo, as Ive been super horny lately for no apparent reason. (Another effect of low hypothyroid function/hormone, is that its easier to lose muscle and harder to shed fat during calorie deficits. I see this particularly after losing the first 70% of my target, so Im thinking that a hypothyroid function boost might be what I need to push past this more easily. I will keep you guys posted as always.)
    2) Im strongly against HGH supplementing (supposed anti-aging). Its basically seems to be a prime driver of cancer. Im similarly skeptical wrt estrogen therapy for women.

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  • Please come out of the closet those of you on trt and share your experiences....

    I know Blackdragon is on trt, i know the revolutionary lifestyle design is on trt..... I am about to go on trt, any of you that are or are thinking about it, please share or warm me, before is too late...




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