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Thread: FDA Calls for Warnings for Test Products

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    Should have been on there a long time ago.

    Seeing how the range is fairly random (how they came up with it) and there is no "maximum" dose set ...should have a laundry list of warnings concerning blood clots, Stroke, Cholesterol. etc.

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    Not surprising. Part of the package insert anyway. Part of the issue is that some men being treated for low T aren't in the best physical condition. Many are likely overweight, pre-hypertensive, and have elevated serum levels. A fitness program should be part of the therapeutic plan IMO.

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    Over 74% of people in the world are considered overweight. It is not a "low T thing" by any stretch of the imagination but I understand what you are saying.

    A healthy fitness plan should be a part of a human life.

    When you start looking at the percentage of BBs that die before 50 I do not think low bodyfat is a sure thing to a healthy body. But that is an opinion. It has been formed in the field during my 20+ year military career. Enter most BBs into bootcamp they would never pass the mandatory times for the runs which leads to my theory. If you cannot run 3-miles at sub 10-minute pace you are not healthy....don't care if you are 8% bf.
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