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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    CVS usually has the generics. Actavis, Westward, etc. It works, they just look "plain Jane". Every once in a blue moon I've gotten Prizer, but it isn't often.
    Now I gotta look at what brand I'm getting from teeter. Lol

    Not sure the image will upload. Perrigo is the brand? Made by grand river aseptic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    Now I gotta look at what brand I'm getting from teeter. Lol

    Not sure the image will upload. Perrigo is the brand? Made by grand river aseptic.
    Yep. Get that one @ CVS as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    CVS usually has the generics. Actavis, Westward, etc. It works, they just look "plain Jane". Every once in a blue moon I've gotten Prizer, but it isn't often.
    Shit. For 8 bucks I'll take whatever flavor they got!
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    CVS usually has the generics. Actavis, Westward, etc. It works, they just look "plain Jane". Every once in a blue moon I've gotten Prizer, but it isn't often.
    I just pfizer test last time i picked up. Its probably been 4-5 years since ive gotten any. But managed to this time im due for a refill so gonna see what i get this time I bet i dont get lucky twice
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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    I think my initial visit and consult to my trt clinic was 150. Then when I have labs done, I just pay 50 for the blood work test. He hasn't charged me for going over my results. Every 10 weeks I call or message him for my refill.
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    Trt doctor costs me a 100 dollars a year out of pocket. 50 a visit. Literally 30 mins in and out
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    Dammit gents, don't be bogarting the good docs lol! Share them jokers!
    Man, no sooner do I start thinking about a new doc than my current one surprises me lol!

    Had blood work review yesterday and was thinking "he either comes off the cream or I gotta move on" and as we were talking, he says "you know, let's move you to injections". I was "hell yeah!" and also "about damn time!" He called in a script to Walgreens and a couple of hours later, I had a 10ml bottle of test c for about $16 with insurance.

    Some brand out of Portugal or someplace like that, but legit, pharma t for about one fourth the price mg to mg that I pay for PharmaCom. The Walgreens stuff is in cottonseed oil, let's see if that is an issue.

    And hell, if nothing else, I now have a nice little box with my prescription label on it, so now I can travel a bit more freely with my other goods...
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    To add to that last post, when we were talking about HCG , he asks "do you get that from us or do you have a source?" I was like "Der bee der uhh hmm uhh, I get it from a variety of places", a little flustered because I was like "damn, how often does your doc ask if you have a source without judging?"

    Now, if I can just get him away from total estrogen panels, my work will be done.

    Oh and he wrote me 6 months of scripts, with follow up blood work in July. First time he has ever done that, so I'm like "where my stash is?"

    One of the advantages to living in Florida, I guess...

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    Mine absolutely refuses to prescribe HCG with the juice

    No idea y
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    Man, no sooner do I start thinking about a new doc than my current one surprises me lol!

    Had blood work review yesterday and was thinking "he either comes off the cream or I gotta move on" and as we were talking, he says "you know, let's move you to injections". I was "hell yeah!" and also "about damn time!" He called in a script to Walgreens and a couple of hours later, I had a 10ml bottle of test c for about $16 with insurance.

    Some brand out of Portugal or someplace like that, but legit, pharma t for about one fourth the price mg to mg that I pay for PharmaCom. The Walgreens stuff is in cottonseed oil, let's see if that is an issue.

    And hell, if nothing else, I now have a nice little box with my prescription label on it, so now I can travel a bit more freely with my other goods...
    Probably Hikma.

    Edit: I think they picked up part of Watson's operation a few years back....I think.
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    Wow, that's awesome Cy! So would I surance then cover hcg if a Dr prescribed it? I might have to inquire about that with my new pcp! He seems pretty cool, but I've only seen him the one time after switching from the girl I was seeing who was terrible.

    My trt guy will most def write me a script for many things. Just not sure how insurance would work in that case. I guess same as test. Hmmm
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    Man 17 bucks for 10ml. Thats great price! What's you're weekly dose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    Man, no sooner do I start thinking about a new doc than my current one surprises me lol!

    Had blood work review yesterday and was thinking "he either comes off the cream or I gotta move on" and as we were talking, he says "you know, let's move you to injections". I was "hell yeah!" and also "about damn time!" He called in a script to Walgreens and a couple of hours later, I had a 10ml bottle of test c for about $16 with insurance.

    Some brand out of Portugal or someplace like that, but legit, pharma t for about one fourth the price mg to mg that I pay for PharmaCom. The Walgreens stuff is in cottonseed oil, let's see if that is an issue.

    And hell, if nothing else, I now have a nice little box with my prescription label on it, so now I can travel a bit more freely with my other goods...
    Re: In bold above. It shouldn't be. It's not as light as grapeseed oil, but cottonseed is what Pfizer uses.


    Edit: Make sure you get the 200mg/ml test and not 100mg/ml (female dosage) test.

    Pharmacies have been know to make a mistake. Not very often, but it happens once I'm a blue moon.
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    I got this new sick shit right here

    It’s in cotton seed oil - my body can care less. The Sust 350 I’m on rn has EO & I’m fine with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    Probably Hikma.

    Edit: I think they picked up part of Watson's operation a few years back....I think.
    I just checked and yeah, it is Hikma. Man, I'll take it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    Wow, that's awesome Cy! So would I surance then cover hcg if a Dr prescribed it? I might have to inquire about that with my new pcp! He seems pretty cool, but I've only seen him the one time after switching from the girl I was seeing who was terrible.

    My trt guy will most def write me a script for many things. Just not sure how insurance would work in that case. I guess same as test. Hmmm
    That's going to be all up to your insurer. That's one reason I'm like "eh, just let me pay out of pocket". My guess is getting hcg covered for a man will be tough, but then again, I also thought my t wouldn't be covered on my plan, so WTH do I know lol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    Re: In bold above. It shouldn't be. It's not as light as grapeseed oil, but cottonseed is what Pfizer uses.


    Edit: Make sure you get the 200mg/ml test and not 100mg/ml (female dosage) test.

    Pharmacies have been know to make a mistake. Not very often, but it happens once I'm a blue moon.
    It is the 200 mg ml. Looks like this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    Man 17 bucks for 10ml. Thats great price! What's you're weekly dose?
    140mg per week in two subq injections.

    I was kind of surprised that he started that high after being somewhat conservative in other practices, but that is a good number, I think.

    He did do some quick math in his head. I was on two clicks of the cream, 1/2 ml aka 100mg topical per day. So it seems like he is sort of assuming about a 20% absorption rate of the cream. That's probably not far off if, TBH, with my results, and probably would have gotten more if I applied to the scrote. Point being, that 20% compounded cream is legit, don't think it isn't. But all that DHT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    Man, no sooner do I start thinking about a new doc than my current one surprises me lol!

    Had blood work review yesterday and was thinking "he either comes off the cream or I gotta move on" and as we were talking, he says "you know, let's move you to injections". I was "hell yeah!" and also "about damn time!" He called in a script to Walgreens and a couple of hours later, I had a 10ml bottle of test c for about $16 with insurance.

    Some brand out of Portugal or someplace like that, but legit, pharma t for about one fourth the price mg to mg that I pay for PharmaCom. The Walgreens stuff is in cottonseed oil, let's see if that is an issue.

    And hell, if nothing else, I now have a nice little box with my prescription label on it, so now I can travel a bit more freely with my other goods...
    Winner winner chicken dinner!
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    10ml sob - lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    That's going to be all up to your insurer. That's one reason I'm like "eh, just let me pay out of pocket". My guess is getting hcg covered for a man will be tough, but then again, I also thought my t wouldn't be covered on my plan, so WTH do I know lol?
    I've had no issues on insurance covering test. Low t causes a number of issues in men as we all know, so I think insurance providers are way more open to covering it. In my short and limited experience anyway.

    But yeah hcg is probably questionable in most cases.

    Edit. Well I haven't tried to use insurance since going to injections. Need to file it next time I get it filled.
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