Dr. Sheldon, my doctor has recommended I start T replacement therapy,as my count was under 200. I am 47 and usually have my doctor appts. in the afternoon after work. Is there a chance that my T counts could be significiently higher if they were checked in AM rather than later in the day. I am most concerned about my body losing it's ability to make testosterone on it's own,along with the other possible side effects.View Thread
Is there a preferred time of day to have a sample taken for testosterone testing. I am concerned that I may have received results that did'nt accurately measure my true levels. I am 47 and my doctor said my testosterone was under 200, and wants me to start doing replacement therapy. I am concerned about the side effects such as my body ceasing to make it testosterone after supplementation. Also, any other unhealthy side effectsView Thread
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