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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Suarez

low testosterone What's going on?!! true story.....

So, I wake up again this morning feeling lethargic, unmotivated, and a little down or, I don’t know, maybe a little depressed? I think to myself, what could it be, I mean my doctor gave me a clean bill of health on my last check up just 2 months ago. I’m a little over 40 years old, and I know +60 year olds that are still running at full tilt.

What’ wrong with me? This has been going on for a while now and I am starting to get a little worried.

So I take an invigorating shower, drink a strong cup of coffee, eat a good breakfast and then I’m feeling better, for now, but wait its now 10am and I cant concentrate, my brain feels tired, I don’t feel like working, the thought of having to work all day, workout, meet friends for drinks and going home to the family is like having to climb K2. I don’t feel like I can do it. I look down as I contemplate my second cup of coffee, and there are a couple of extra inches on insulation on my midsection. Damn where did that come from? Then I go to lift a box of papers, and it suddenly feels heavy to me. I’m turning into a wuss!!

God, I remember not so long ago working long hours, playing basketball, coming home and playing with the kids, traveling, working late, going out to events sleeping only 5 hours, hanging with friends, and looking forward to my next adventure. My brain was clear and focused. My body surged with energy and my libido was through the roof, and now......

Ok, so I talk to some of my friends who are close in age to me maybe 5-10 years older or younger, and I discover that many are feeling the same type of symptoms, and one says to me, “sounds like your testosterone levels are low”

Really? The doctor just checked me and I think I was within normal range, or was I? I mean he didn’t say anything other than my blood work up was ok.

Turns out he never checked it. Hmmm, so I go get it checked and I am slightly lower than the minimum, but way, way below the maximum or optimum!!

Now what? The Internet is bursting with information; do I let the doctor inject me?

I need to do something ASAP, but what and how, who can I trust to give me the information I need to make the right decision that is effective and safe long term?

Its time to learn about what is going on, what I can and should do about it, and what are my alternatives.

So this occurred in 2008, Carl S., a 42 yo male had gone to the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville Fl. for a comprehensive medical check up. Amongst other things he asks his primary doctor to check his Testosterone levels, and they came back at 420 ng/dl. Doctor then informs him for that for his age he is within normal ranges, 350-850 ng/dl.

Carl then tells the doctor, “Ok, let me get this straight, I am at the lower 15thpercentile of the scale, wouldn’t I want to be minimally at the 50thpercentile which would be 600 ng/dl and ideally at the 80th or above which is 750 ng/dl?

The doctor asks him if he wants him to prescribe injectable Testosterone, to which Carl replies, “If you do, then it will shut down my natural production over the long run, not to mention the side effects”? To which the doctor replied “Yes, you are absolutely correct”.

Carl researched and changed his diet, exercise regimen, and nutritional supplementation including Testolynx and is at now at the 57th percentile.

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