I'm 62, after taking statins for 1.5 years my testosterone went to zero, so I stopped the statins and searched for a fix. I found BodyLogicMD which is a national outfit in many states of the USA. They were able to analyze my hormone situation and started giving me bio-identical testosterone and progesterone 3 years ago which restored my sex drive to the point where I want it 3 times a week. The good thing about the bio-identical hormones is that I have had no side effects since they are identical to my original hormones. The pharmaceutical companies try to sell you their patented drugs which aren't bio-identical and do have side effects. Look up BodyLogicMD on the web and find one of their doctors near you. Sexually I'm better than I ever was. Good luck - and I hope you enjoy your share of good sex - we all deserve that.View Thread
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