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    Question Any help I have low T and no support

    I have a few Q's which are about low-T.
    Where can I buy injectables of Testosterone Enathate as well anti estrogen S.E.R.M? I live the United States as well I would like to purchase from a legit trustworthy website with the black market/underground prices.

    Some of my symptoms and a little about me
    * 30 year old male
    * As a child/teen I had taken Risperdal (risperidone)
    * Started losing hair as teen and now have completely lost hair
    * Always irritable/extremely emotional/moody/high anxiety/depressed/bad outlook on life
    * Had a mammogram and was diagnosed with gynecomastia
    * Endocrinologist checked my blood I do have elevated estrogen levels
    * Had sonogram No tumors/testicular cancer
    * Fat most life
    * No surgeries due to weak heart
    * Lost over 145lbs change of diet and intense exercise
    * Muscle mass is not what it should be
    * My voice has softened
    * Intimacy issues such as lack of desire/libido/erection

    Only posting this here as none of the doctors, no one in my family nor friends seems to give a damn and it is effecting me and my own life I have researched that's why I am here so if anyone could help lead me in the right direction would be great thanks Josh

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    Do you have any bloodwork to post?

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    As Bizzaro said, we need blood work to be able to diagnose anything. Without that, we can only speculate.

    A lot of those symptoms do correlate to LowT, but some also match depression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krugerr View Post
    As Bizzaro said, we need blood work to be able to diagnose anything. Without that, we can only speculate.

    A lot of those symptoms do correlate to LowT, but some also match depression.
    Sorry to correct you over this but all we can do here is advise, we cannot diagnose anything, that's up to the docs
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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzarro View Post
    Sorry to correct you over this but all we can do here is advise, we cannot diagnose anything, that's up to the docs
    Poor choice of words perhaps, I think though the OP knew my intention!

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    Low t , quite possibly depression is a side effect of low t.
    You don't want to go ugl , you want to be diagnosed legally , get bloodwork done, post it up when its done. Try an integrative Dr if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaCaliman85 View Post
    I have a few Q's which are about low-T.
    Where can I buy injectables of Testosterone Enathate as well anti estrogen S.E.R.M? I live the United States as well I would like to purchase from a legit trustworthy website with the black market/underground prices.
    Pretty sure no one will tell you where to get that stuff on here because of all the restrictions about asking for sources. But Simon1972 is right, why would you want to risk sketch concentrations or spotty access to UGL Test when you can get the good stuff prescribed legally if you truly do have low T?

    Best bet is probably to see a doc to not only rule out other health issues, but for the reasons mentioned above. Plus if you're already planning on paying out of pocket you don't need to worry about your insurance restricting you to topicals, needing to visit a doctor to give you your injections, or who you can see. Sticky on how to find a doc:
    Finding a TRT Physician

    Barring that, at the very least a full panel of bloodwork and posting to here would be needed. You'll need a prescription, and you can find places online to get you that...or search the forums, or ask where you can go.

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    You live in the U.S. You CAN find a competent doc. It may take time and you may have to travel a little but they are there.
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