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Thread: Do I need to crash my t levels

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    Do I need to crash my t levels

    I said I would not post on here anymore...not real good at putting my thoughts into words , but I really need some help.long story short been a patient of lowt. Com for 3 years next month. Now these p.o.s's (sorry if I offend anybody that supports them...but I don't care any more) I can' t get ahold of anybody , not lowt,not my doctor in houston, tx (really thought you were great Susan m. ....can't even return my call ? Hope you sleep well tonight) empower pharmacy will not pick up the phone and prime body will not contact me.after I sent them multiple messages.sorry for the rant but I meant every word , I was not a client I was a patient of lowt. Com,counting on them to guide me through this lifelong process I guess I picked the wrong bunch of of clowns.now to the real question (I'm really sorry for the b s I' m just really frustrated) I need to get a new clinic or doctor . Question is without my previous labs ( lowt.com won't let me get on the website. To get my labs) do I need to stop my dose to crash my test #'s to get a new clinic to accept me , and if so for how long. Thanks for any help.
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    Man that really sucks. Look at the a4m website and find someone who will treat you. I'm hearing lots of these stories regarding low.t . that sort of behavior is pathetic. Hope you find the help you need. Also try calling a compounding pharmacy and ask the pharmacist for a referral to a Dr with experience in treating low testosterone .
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    Lost alot of respect for this forum.if my post would have been about any other dr or clinic except for lowt.com [steroid .coms people] all the big posters who i use to respect would have jumped in and bashed them hard . Now nothing ,and has anybody else noticed the regulars aren't on here anymore . Let it be known i only posted on here because i truly need to know how to handle this situation lowt has put me in .and i understand nobody owes me nothing but i hope all involved in this huge mess lays their head down tonight and relives their day. My dad always told me that's when a man only talks to himself and cant lie to anybody but accepts all his virtues and all his deceptions . Sleep tight lowt.com if you can.

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    The first step is to start calling around looking for doctors in your area who treat low T. It doesn't have to be a specialist, even a family doctor can be good if they have experience with it. I'd start with a urologist personally though. Once you find someone who will listen, explain your situation and see what they recommend. I wouldn't stop your protocol unless they tell you they need that, which and good doctor experienced in low T shouldn't ask you to do that in my opinion. Hopefully you'll find a doctor willing to pick up your treatment with minimal hassle. Good luck.
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    I agree with Baxter and Simon, however, I would hound the crap out of the company that absorbed LowT for your labs. Unless I am mistaken, your are entitled to a copy of your medical records. At my last Dr. visit, my Dr. got me to sign up for their health care portal and also told me about Chartspan, an app I can use to contact her and her medical staff with questions, request for medical records, etc. She also said they were required by law to provide a patient a copy of their medical records upon request, however they could charge a fee for making paper copies.
    I hope you are able to locate a new Dr. for your testosterone replacement . If nothing else read this link and leave a message for the clinic that absorbed LowT a message and/or continue to email them.
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    Hey guys thanks for your help, I have tried to contact everybody involved lowt., prime body ,empower pharmacy,my dr in Houston [I really had a lot of respect for her...had ] her receptionist said she would call me back,tried again 2 hrs no answer .....they will answer any new call from a different # until they find its me ,told I will be called back, and then won't answer any calls from that #. all I want from them is access to my files so I have something to take to a new Dr to show him why my test levels are in range [don't think anybody will prescribe me trt with good levels ] that's why I figure I need to crash my t levels.thanks again and have a great weekend.

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    It happens everywhere tho. It sucks but you just gotta find someone else. I been to 3 doctors who have been arrested.

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    I still say don't crash your T unless it's what a doctor asks for for some reason (and really shouldn't). Any good hormone doc should understand that your T levels are normal as a result of being on treatment so I don't see how having good levels should be a problem. If anything, seeing good levels should let the new doc rest assured that your protocol is in line and feel more comfortable continuing without much hassle.
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    thanks baxter35, I just thought going to a new Dr with no lab proof showing we're I started and my progress every 6 month I will have no proof that I was even on trt . The only thing I have is the prescription vials and bottles with my name on it. I am definitely going to take your advice and talk to a Dr first and do what he says.... Just hope I find a new Dr before I run out, I'm about ready for a refill. Have a great day.

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