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    Quote Originally Posted by wjblaney View Post
    I am 64 and just talked with an Urologist about TRT. Even though I'm aging, my specific interest in this topic is sports performance enhancement (mountaineering). I thought to myself, my age being what it is, that my testosterone level should be low. Turns out it's over the top (according to this doc's -at CM Ram- scale which is 300-900). My level is 1010 and I've seen other scales where that's just at the high end of normal. But since my goal is to enhance sports performance (we all know about the younger athletes who have indulged--or not). I am seriously considering having the TRT at least, even though my testosterone level is normal. I talked about it with the doc and he prolly would prescribe it but he hasn't any experience with my 'symptoms', simply because nobody's asked for it before, after I've seen a Sports Medicine Doc and maybe an endocrinologist, depending on the sport doc's evaluation. (I plan to see both, if necessary).

    I'm also interested in Human Growth Hormone, which is used as an anti-aging therapy (in addition to other uses)

    Once I started researching a little bit more I learned that TRT and HGH are part of HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy)

    I searched a bit around the health forum and couldn't find anything close to this specific topic: posters having experience with any of the above and especially athletes (users or otherwise) and very especially those over the hill with desires like mine (i.e., users of performance enhancing drugs who have an enhancement in mind other than as a sexual enhancement).

    I forgot to mention expense, which may be a show-stopper at one point or another. As far as the sports enhance requirement goes, that should prolly end in 5-10 years max.
    Measuring Total testosterone levels tell only the partial story of how your body produces and uses your own produced testosterone. I would recommend a more thorough investigation into your current testosterone status. Supplementing with testosterone is not necessarily a dangerous endeavor if done under medical supervision. Though Thailand has very easy access to PED's I would always suggest people educate themselves before taking ANY medication that is not under the supervision of an EXPERIENCED health care provider. Avoid "Bro-Science" at all costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxperformer
    Measuring Total testosterone levels tell only the partial story of how your body produces and uses your own produced testosterone. I would recommend a more thorough investigation into your current testosterone status. Supplementing with testosterone is not necessarily a dangerous endeavor if done under medical supervision. Though Thailand has very easy access to PED's I would always suggest people educate themselves before taking ANY medication that is not under the supervision of an EXPERIENCED health care provider. Avoid "Bro-Science" at all costs.
    I've seen an endocrinologist and she was adamant that my testosterone and hormone levels are high. That's good enough for me. I don't know of any other reason I should have Hormone Replacement Therapy or even just supplemental testosterone, even though I've met gym rats who thoroughly disagree. I figure it comes down to working out harder and sticking to a clean diet, which I know how to do.

    I guess it just surprises me that the older you get the harder and harder you have to work out and the less and less cheating on your diet is necessary. I have found that pain killers (Tylenol, ibuprofen) will really help get my body capable of a good workout (I have osteoarthritis). The mental willpower is always there but arthritis can totally sap the physical energy to make the workout possible, let alone at levels I reached 10-20 years ago. With Tylenol I don't feel the arthritis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumbitch View Post
    I am 64 and just talked with an Urologist about TRT. Even though I'm aging, my specific interest in this topic is sports performance enhancement (mountaineering).
    No, you're trying to preserve your libido and get it up half of the time.


    It's better to tell the truth.


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