according my dermatologist never use alcohol. Blow use is good. I use Keeld medicated powder almost daily(dr recomds)' I have used store brands cremes sucessful. Now live in the South so fungus is worse.View Thread
At 75 I am worse than ever with theemotions. Went to see Courageous the other nite with Grandson whos daddy died 6 mo back and even befor the movie started, tears start to come and got worse even at the funny scenes. My T is 511. Was on Androgel for 6 mo starting with T at 160. Start to feel energetic after couple weeks but than reversed. Having uro exam and endo investigation of the other things involved, martial intimacy is nonexistant but self gratification work and not very good with ED. Had a very guick release the other day for the 1st time in years and it was satisfying. Can't fathom with Lo T. Thoughts?View Thread
Yesterday my left teste, with varicocele hung at least 4-6 inches longer than right side. First time that I noticed such a major difference. Had been on androgel but stopped because endo said more than a bllod test needed to be done, Internist not happy that I'm on "T" at my age(75) 1st blood test was 160 last (before stopping) 51. Having urol exam this week and MRI of head (a second one) Lo "T" leaves me vey tired and weak.View Thread
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