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    Smile New Member From The UK

    Hi. Just a little introduction from me

    I found this forum while researching TRT.
    I’m 34 years old, living in the UK.

    For years doctors have said both my mental & physical symptoms, were due to depression & (social) anxiety. This obviously resulted in antidepressant prescriptions.

    It’s a long story, but in a nutshell -

    I now realise I’ve been living with low T, since brain surgery 20 years ago - Just had bloodwork to confirm this.

    Atm, I’m trying to get things together for a Self Medicated TRT journey

    I think I may be able to source

    Sustanon 250
    Pregnyl
    Nolvadex

    Perhaps I should start a Journey thread in the appropriate section, before I go into more detail though?

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    welcome...hope you are more polite than the others from UK here:-)

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    Hang in the HRT forum, start a thread, post your story and bloodwork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silabolin View Post
    welcome...hope you are more polite than the others from UK here:-)
    Hey, we aren't all 't*ssers' over here lol

    Oh & thanks for the welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by gymffiti View Post
    Hey, we aren't all 't*ssers' over here lol

    Oh & thanks for the welcome
    Good to here...ive been unsure for a while
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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzarro View Post
    Hang in the HRT forum, start a thread, post your story and bloodwork.
    Will do

    I'm probably going to need some help, deciphering these bloodwork numbers

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    Welcome to the forum, post this in the TRT section and any bloodwork you have.
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    Welcome....

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    Welcome to the forum!

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    The products you have mentioned will give you a positive mental attitude if used correctly

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    Thanks for the welcome guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    Welcome to the forum, post this in the TRT section and any bloodwork you have.
    Just done so

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    welcome along fellow, good place to hang around for good advice!

    nevermind that Silabolin guy from norway, some people just grow out of line due to heavy SARM abuse and when the bullshit out in the open can no longer be tolerated they just dont agree with us and think the whole world is against them, childish rebellion Just some intel here, otherwise its peaceful place

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    welcome
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    Quote Originally Posted by InsaneMuscle View Post
    welcome along fellow, good place to hang around for good advice!

    nevermind that Silabolin guy from norway, some people just grow out of line due to heavy SARM abuse and when the bullshit out in the open can no longer be tolerated they just dont agree with us and think the whole world is against them, childish rebellion Just some intel here, otherwise its peaceful place
    Yeah, it seems to be. So much info in the Stickies alone!

    Oh & lol

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    TRT section is fantastic! Its where I learn more and more as time goes on!!

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    Ok I have to say using steroids with potential depression problems may not be the best solution. not to mention what other medicine are you currently taking do to your ongoing Medical problems. I really would consult a doctor before taking the next step.

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    I would highly recommend talking to a urologist. They specialize in testicles and can help identify why you are testosterone is low

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    Okay one more thing to consider.when you got brain surgery did it affect your pituitary gland. Pituitary glands are ultimately what tells your body to make testosterone . if this was affected you may need lifelong treatment and a urologist can help you with that
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    Welcome!
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    A big hello from Gods own country ( Yorkshire ) tha noz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerinfo5150 View Post
    Okay one more thing to consider.when you got brain surgery did it affect your pituitary gland. Pituitary glands are ultimately what tells your body to make testosterone. if this was affected you may need lifelong treatment and a urologist can help you with that
    I mentioned this at my last appointment

    Due to my condition, I've had yearly MRI brain scans, pretty much my entire life (to monitor for tumours etc). It's weird that my pituitary gland has never been mentioned

    Not sure when my next scan is due atm though

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    I guess I missed the brain surgery part. What happened if you don't mind me asking? Are you OK? Long term affects?

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