I feel better!!!
Susy1;<br> <br> I am 37 and thought I was loosing my mind. I havebeen anemic for 20+ years and have had increasing symptoms of being lathargic over this time. In the last few years I started to feel depressed, joints/lower legs/ feet ached and I was getting migranes. I told my Dr. that I couldn't live like this anymore and she had already tested me for everything under the sun except (you guessed it...TESTOSTERONE) She found it thank God. All these years and several Dr.'s. One wanted to put me on Prozac. She sent me to a grumpy urologist. He told me "if you can have sex, you don't have low testosterone."(I was fine in that aspect) I argued that my lab tests showed that I did and my anemia and depression sounded like symptoms. He disagreed with me, and told me to see a shrink. I found Dr. Steidle on the web and he agreed with me. It gave me the courage to ask for a second opinion. I'm so glad I did. Make sure you see Dr.'s that are up on men with low testosterone issues or you might go through this too!!!!! The short of it....it took another urologist, an endocronologist, and seven months of trying two different doses to feel much better. I was starting to feel better at first, my "feedback loop" as my endo puts it started to work, and my body adjusted and then made even less of several hormones. It takes several months on one dose just to check on labs and symptoms and then you might like me, end up on another dose to try again. I feel great, and my syptoms are almost completely gone. My libido wasn't bad to start and now I am chasing my wife around if you know what I mean. My only side effect...I get hot flashes in the afternoon sometimes. Good luck and I hope this helps. Brian S