I have Low Testosterone

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The last few weeks ive been feeling poorly, I then realized that my low blood sugar was acting up but it was a little more extreme this time around. The left side of my face went numb and i was getting dizzy. So I made an appointment with the doctor (she lost 50 lbs and is looks pretty hot). Anyway, I told her what was wrong and I told her I thought it was my low blood sugar, she agreed. But she still wanted to do some blood work just to check things out. I asked her while she was doing blood work to check out my testosterone. She said sure. Anyway, I got my results back last Friday, they found out that my vitamin D and that i do indeed have Low T. My levels are in the 200s the nurse said. So I took some kind of testosterone shot friday afternoon. Well I woke up sunday morning and wow I felt great. I have been on some kind of energetic high ever since. I have never felt this great in my life! Anyway, ive been hitting the gym hard, ive been doing all kind of yard work and house work..Im starting to run out of things to do..lol.
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    I have high testosterone, we can switch? LOL
    2422 days ago
    I'm glad you're feeling better. It pays to take care of yourself.

    Be blessed!
    2457 days ago
    Kudos to working with your doc and finding a solution!

    2457 days ago
    I suffer from low vitamin D and take almost a toxic dose to keep me normal. Amazing how one small thing can completely change your actions.
    2457 days ago
    Was the dissyness linked to the lowT? My husband didn't opt for the shot and did a gel for a while - the boost was too slow for anything noticable. I don't think he bothered to recheck it with his most recent labs either.

    Glad you are feeling the energy, keep putting it to good use.

    2458 days ago
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