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    nickalvar is offline New Member
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    Angry TRT and estrogen levels

    hey guys, i'm a new member and i have a question and would appreciate your input. im 26 year old male. I've been on testosterone cypionate (50ml twice a week) going on 5 months now. my issue is concerning estrogen levels. ive been real moody for the last couple months now and was wondering what the odds are of having high estrogen levels. i recently had blood work done and have a doctors appointment coming up in a couple of weeks. but, im eager to find out if i possibly have high estrogen levels. is it possible that estrogen levels may be contributing to my severe mood swings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickalvar View Post
    hey guys, i'm a new member and i have a question and would appreciate your input. im 26 year old male. I've been on testosterone cypionate (50ml twice a week) going on 5 months now. my issue is concerning estrogen levels. ive been real moody for the last couple months now and was wondering what the odds are of having high estrogen levels. i recently had blood work done and have a doctors appointment coming up in a couple of weeks. but, im eager to find out if i possibly have high estrogen levels. is it possible that estrogen levels may be contributing to my severe mood swings?
    Its def possible but only bloodwork could confirm. When was your last bloodwork done?

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    The blood work was done 6 days ago. The clinic told me it takes a couple weeks to get the results. and, my doctors appointment is coming up on november third. thats not too far away and i know im being impatient. im gonna go ahead and call today and see if the results are ready. i tried online but no luck. i will post the results when i get them.

    thanks guys

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    It doesn't take a couple weeks. 3-4 days tops. Call them & demand they send it. I hate when Doctors offices play that game...
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    ya man. i had to go through a couple doctors for treatment. it was hell. so i ended up having to pay out of my own pocket. honestly, it is worth it. i struggled with fatigue and depression and other shit. anyway, i should be getting my results at least by tuesday or wed.

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