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    Nueropathy

    Has anyone ever experienced nueropathy while on trt? What can be done if anything? I've been experiencing some numbness and tingling in one of my arms and am wondering if there is any way around it.

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    What makes you think it is related to HRT?

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    I have addressed two different issues with Nueropathy PRIOR to TRT.

    Nerves can be constricted by capillaries causing numbness. Had it in my left arm and went the surgery route to correct it. A Neurologist can run a test to measure nerve conduction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonaparte View Post
    What makes you think it is related to HRT?
    It got better once I did my theraputic blood draw. Hematocrit high. I think hrt because I don't sit at a desk or a computer to have carpal tunnel and started a couple of weeks ago. I checked and found one of the sides of test can be tingling or numbness. Just wondered if anyone else had experienced this. I remember back in the day towards the end of a cycle I started to feel some tingling sensation, and it seems always in the same limb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyteeJ View Post
    I have addressed two different issues with Nueropathy PRIOR to TRT.

    Nerves can be constricted by capillaries causing numbness. Had it in my left arm and went the surgery route to correct it. A Neurologist can run a test to measure nerve conduction.
    Thanks brother. I hope it doesn't come to that. I've had enough surgeries. Lol

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    Are you using GH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonaparte View Post
    Are you using GH?
    No. Just test and hcg . Although as I mentioned earlier, since my first therapeutic draw it has gotten a bit better. Still have 2 more to go.

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    Update for educational purposes. Hematocrit was high so Doc ordered three therapeutic blood draws to bring it down. After second, neuropathy has gotten much better. Will await the next one.

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