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    Angry My F***ing rant!!

    Is it just me or has anybody else norticed how out of touch most Dr's are when it comes to the benifits, use and reprocussions of their use. My doc had me on 1cc of test-cyponate a month (WTF?) he never bothered to check my estrogen levels during my so called therapy of test-c. Now I have gone to another specialist and she claims that the weak dose of test-c aggrivated my bodys tendency to produce/convert into estrogen (again, WTF!). She claims that this was self evident by reading my previous blood test(?). Now I'm on nolvadex e/o/d for 3 weeks so I can piss out all the extra estrogen. I asked my previous Dr. about this and his response was to leave me a copy of my blood work so I could look at it and review it myself, I told the poor girl at the front desk that I didn't know what the F**k I was looking but I take the paperwork (BS!BS!). This specialist is rather pricey and they do make money of of these compounds, I beginning to beleave I am being B*llS**ted about the estrogen thing. Now I'm being set up for a "proper" therapy of test-c @2 a week =500mg nandrolone @ 2 a week = 300mg (?) and possibly Anvar at what dose I have no idea. Errrhhhh, I just want to smack the whole world in the mouth!!!!!!

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    Does your insurance cover this ? Or do you pay out of pocket?



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    OUT OF POCKET!!!

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    Medical system is total shit right now father has stage 4 cancer and they keep screwing him around.

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    Arrow Medical system

    We are told that this country has the best medical in the world but for who, surely not the poor that can't afford treatment, including the working poor as well. I'm not bagging the wealthy by no means, but only they can indulge themselves in what ever treatments catches their eye at the time. Medical treatment most of all should not be determined by the size of your wallet. I feel for your father and I hope things turn around for him soon. My Pops has prostate cancer and his insurance treated him pretty bad, and then the cost, please GOD keep me healthy.

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    Its the same here in Oz, i went in to see if i could get some post cycle therapy as this time I was out......My doctor was not interested from the start even though I described the symptoms that I had and were relative to low test conditions and estrogens......No wonder people stay with the black market.....

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    It seems a little sexist when I hear advertisments about hormon replacment therepy for women on the radio, news paper ect. Telling women to "take back their lives" and that they "don't have to live with this problem" But a man goes his doctor and all he is told is that "its a natural part of aging" isnt it the same for women, well why the special treatment. A women has a medical need, but a man just wants to 20yrs old again. Don't men deserve the same consideration as women when it comes to quality of life and medical treatments to facilitate this. It seems that the whole US society is at an all out war against the people with nads and penis (men).

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    Quote Originally Posted by traveling man
    It seems a little sexist when I hear advertisments about hormon replacment therepy for women on the radio, news paper ect. Telling women to "take back their lives" and that they "don't have to live with this problem" But a man goes his doctor and all he is told is that "its a natural part of aging" isnt it the same for women, well why the special treatment. A women has a medical need, but a man just wants to 20yrs old again. Don't men deserve the same consideration as women when it comes to quality of life and medical treatments to facilitate this. It seems that the whole US society is at an all out war against the people with nads and penis (men).

    I have seen this going on for years, people say I am crazy. So what! I took matters in to my own hands and got what I needed.With tetosterone come domination. this is what they fear, most females and all sissys.


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    Talking

    the girls are pissed because men have taken all the good ideas and conqured all that could be conqured, leaving them to bask in the glorious shadow of the accomplishments of men

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    If your paying out of pocket then tell him what you like for him to do..
    Or go find a new Doctor.
    Your paying for his services

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    o Ya Doctors are a DIME A DOZEN NOW ADAYS........

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    I agree with Geeezer - switch Doc's.
    I've switched my primary twice in three years.
    Found a DO that knows what connects to what and how it can all be improved - been happy so far.

    I asked friends, relatives and other medical facilities that I had gone to. (Just an idea)

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