There is a urologist named SB Broaddus, you can look him up, he made a study on Surgical removal of sclerosing lymphangitis of the penis. I still can't find the full text with pictures..If mine doesn't get better, I will be talking to him, and probably will anyway, shortly. Also, I want to say that it may be called Sclerosing Lymphangitis, but that's just what they call it for lack of a better name. Real sclerosing lymphangitis (in the rest of the body) has infection as a cause. 90% of medical studies examining SL of the penis report "painless induration", though I obviously agree it sure can be painful if made bad enough, it doesn't have to be. I also don't agree there has to be scarring, I don't think I'm scarred and I'm a worst of the worst case. So I think sclerosing is the wrong word as well. I doubt there is any evidence of anyone having scarring from this.View Thread
Hey man, How long has this been happening? you should be going to the doctor for that ASAP, it could be something serious that needs prompt medical examination. It could also be caused by muscle/nerve problem called Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome http://www.chronicprostatitis.com/
Either way, you should go to the doctor (a urologist) and get this checked out. Don't put it off.View Thread
Just a slight possibility: Do you always take the tests the same amount of time after your injections, and how often do you inject? If say, you inject every two weeks(like most no-nothing doctors put people on), if you took the test the day or two after, your levels would be jacked that high or higher. This is something I have personally experienced, until I started injecting every couple days, which helps with keeping aromatization low as well.
Either way, Counterso is right in that most doctors that give hormone therapy don't know the first thing about it and I'm sure you can find a better doctor, though there are only a handful you really want. My situation got much better after I did the same. Ask your original question at:
Not to jack the thread but there is definite disagreement on salivary androgen testing. some pretty important people (my doctor included)in the hormone replacement field feel that the only thing saliva is good for testing is adrenal hormones Are you saying 3 times more accurate because it's giving snapshots throughout the day???.