Have you told your doctor about all of the symptoms that you described above? If not, I think that it would be a good idea to make an appointment. A medical professional would be best able to diagnose what is causing your symptoms and provide you with the proper treatment. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you had your nail examined by your doctor? I think that this is the best course of action -- he or she will most likely be able to give you a diagnosis after looking at your nail in person. In the meantime, this slideshow has some information about what your nails say about your health along with photos that may help. Please let us know what you find!View Thread
This slideshow overview of low T has some really good information that I think you will find helpful; including information on its affect on libido, mood and thinking -- and some treatment options you might consider. Also, this article explains a tight link between low T and weight gain, saying that "obese men are more likely to have low testosterone. Men with very low testosterone are also more likely to become obese." Please let us know how everything goes after your follow-up!View Thread
Here is some information on possible causes of lumps under the skin that might help you get a better idea, but the previous poster is certainly right that consulting a dermatologist is your best option. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This article on how to use your health insurance may have information that you will find helpful. It explains how to use your insurance, how to find a doctor and more. The WebMD Health Reform Center is also filled with information that you may want to look through. Hope this helps!View Thread
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