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    Low T symtoms need some insight/input

    Have a quick question for you guys. I'm just curious if any of you have experienced any of the following symptoms:
    1. Lack of Discipline/Follow through (ie. sticking to a diet, faithfully finding my way into the gym, my yes means yes and my no means no)
    2. Lack of Motivation

    I am currently taking TCyp 100mg per week IM no AI (its on order), my GP called in some BW but it didn't include the sensitive E2 assay so I am repeating along with alot of other BW which I will post as soon as soon as I get it. The draw was on Tuesday the 11th. and my IM injection was on Friday the 7th. in the evening. It willl be interesting to see where I land. I was at 384 total T prior to starting IM injections. I'm not looking for results 1 week into TRT but am just curious if the symptoms list above could also be attributed to Low T/High E? I am currently and have been experiencing many if not all of the most common symptoms...Comfort in numbers I guess and also would be nice to know if the above might improve once I get my T/E sorted out.

    Could also be that I just need a kick in the tail and just buck up and get motivated already but the above symptoms just seem to be a huge hurdle for me in terms of forward progress.

    Any help/kicking in the tail would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SF1098 View Post
    Have a quick question for you guys. I'm just curious if any of you have experienced any of the following symptoms:
    1. Lack of Discipline/Follow through (ie. sticking to a diet, faithfully finding my way into the gym, my yes means yes and my no means no)
    2. Lack of Motivation

    I am currently taking TCyp 100mg per week IM no AI (its on order), my GP called in some BW but it didn't include the sensitive E2 assay so I am repeating along with alot of other BW which I will post as soon as soon as I get it. The draw was on Tuesday the 11th. and my IM injection was on Friday the 7th. in the evening. It willl be interesting to see where I land. I was at 384 total T prior to starting IM injections. I'm not looking for results 1 week into TRT but am just curious if the symptoms list above could also be attributed to Low T/High E? I am currently and have been experiencing many if not all of the most common symptoms...Comfort in numbers I guess and also would be nice to know if the above might improve once I get my T/E sorted out.

    Could also be that I just need a kick in the tail and just buck up and get motivated already but the above symptoms just seem to be a huge hurdle for me in terms of forward progress.

    Any help/kicking in the tail would be greatly appreciated.
    Simple and direct answer, yes. Everyone is affected differently and one person at 384 could feel like crap and another may be just fine. Example: I was at a 59 T level once and did not know it. When you get your blood work back post it up with ranges so we can have a go at it.

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    Thanks Kelkel. That's kind of what I figured...I just feel like I have been living in this state of mind for so long it difficult for me to get my head around "normal" I'll repost as soon as I get my hands on the BW.

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    Low t symptoms can definitely zap your drive. Let's see the bloodwork.

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