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    Stopped going to the AZ TRT clinic






    So I finally got tired of over paying and driving weekly to my local clinic for my shots. I am looking into doing this myself and using my insurance. Anyone have any recommendations in the North Phoenix area for TRT friendly docs? My female GP says "she does not like playing God" so will not prescribe anything other than Androgel.

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    Not sure how good your insurance is or what your co pays are but some of the sponsors here have some VERY good prices so you might be able to self TRT way cheaper imo

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    I'm open to that but I guess i'm new enough to want someone to help monitor my blood work. I've been struggling with low testosterone for 2 years now and not looking to get huge, but to feel ?normal?. Been to 3 different local places and I don't feel any of them really had my best interest in mind. Totally OK with doing it myself and I'm sure I could get it cheaper than what I am paying now.

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    IMO ..and depending your deficiency in Total T, I'd see an Endocrinologist. They by far know what they're doing more than regular Primary Docs!

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    I guess stats are in order.

    38 years old.
    5'7 185lbs
    16% BF
    Last pre-treatment test reading was 258

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    Definitely below range for your age. Endo would be your best bet, and most will let you pin it yourself. They wright you a script and stay on top of panels to keep you in range. The topical is crap IMO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobark View Post
    My female GP says "she does not like playing God" so will not prescribe anything other than Androgel.

    Thanks!
    Your GP is a fucking retard. I mean that literally, she would be a terrific candidate for a formal diagnosis of mental retardation. Her entire profession is based on utilizing synthetic compounds, intentionally mutated viruses, and technological advances devised to alter natural body functions, and yet she claims to have some qualms with "playing god"? Here's an idea: get a new general practitioner, perhaps one with a fully operational brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobark View Post
    I guess stats are in order.

    38 years old.
    5'7 185lbs
    16% BF
    Last pre-treatment test reading was 258
    ask for compounded test cream 100grams per day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teezhay View Post
    Your GP is a fucking retard. I mean that literally, she would be a terrific candidate for a formal diagnosis of mental retardation. Her entire profession is based on utilizing synthetic compounds, intentionally mutated viruses, and technological advances devised to alter natural body functions, and yet she claims to have some qualms with "playing god"? Here's an idea: get a new general practitioner, perhaps one with a fully operational brain.

    That is the goal! I went to a local clinic after I left her office and received my first injections no questions asked. Clinic is way pricey though so that is why I came here to see if any locals dealt with any TRT friendly docs.

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    Buy on-line & do it yourself.....it's easier,cheaper, get your bloodwork done independent ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by charley View Post


    Buy on-line & do it yourself.....it's easier,cheaper, get your bloodwork done independent ........
    That seems to be the way to go...

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