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    Interesting stuff. It seems like it is a possible option for someone with low T under some circumstances. Do you know if it would work on someone with what is considered normal T levels? Will Clomid raise the T levels above a person's current baseline level even if it isn't considered low? I'm just wondering if this would be an alternative injecting T.

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    It seems like more and more Clomid is being recognized as a potentially effective trt option. I bet more and more you start to see General Practitioners prescribing it. They are much more likely to do so than to prescribe injections. I have read other info that shows that the effects of several months of clomid therapy seem to act as a restart as patients T levels remained elevated several month post clomid administration.
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    good read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanG View Post
    It seems like more and more Clomid is being recognized as a potentially effective trt option. I bet more and more you start to see General Practitioners prescribing it. They are much more likely to do so than to prescribe injections. I have read other info that shows that the effects of several months of clomid therapy seem to act as a restart as patients T levels remained elevated several month post clomid administration.
    Good info.
    After feeling crummy and getting bloodworm that showed low total and free test levels, I eventually went to an doc in NYC that recommended clomid. He said it would not put me on test for test for try since I have not yet had kids and may want to in the near future. Unfortunately, his office wasn't able to book appointments for months and I ended up going elsewhere. My primary care thought the clomid idea was insane, although I was comfortable with it. Anyhow, I decided to go the traditional test trt/hcg route and all is well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YorkBarbell View Post
    Interesting stuff. It seems like it is a possible option for someone with low T under some circumstances. Do you know if it would work on someone with what is considered normal T levels? Will Clomid raise the T levels above a person's current baseline level even if it isn't considered low? I'm just wondering if this would be an alternative injecting T.
    I have no idea. I will try and research that. I think that is a valid question.

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