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Thread: HGH and Testosterone

  1. #21
    hgh was 200 or 250$ every 2 weeks insurance didnt cover it so it got real expensive real soon

  2. #22
    Great advice folks. I'm going to have my levels checked first and proceed from there. So I could possible gain a half grade of muscle strength? I'll report back.

  3. #23
    I tried getting my doctor to put me on test but he refused. My blood work showed I had a low test level but it wasn't below avg.
    John-B

  4. #24
    As a reference for others reading this thread:

    I had my testosterone level checked a year ago (then 49 y.o.) and it came back 456 NG/DL: normal range (170 - 780 NG/DL). I asked my urologist, who specializes in SCI, if my result would qualify me for supplementation and he commented: "In general, we treat levels that are either below the lower limits of normal or even low normal - 350 or less. If you're in the middle the range . . . no testosterone for you!"

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    I'm shocked!! You're older than me Stephen? Dang, you look a lot younger. I'm impressed ya old fart!

    (still 48 years young)
    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212 View Post
    As a reference for others reading this thread:

    I had my testosterone level checked a year ago (then 49 y.o.) and it came back 456 NG/DL: normal range (170 - 780 NG/DL). I asked my urologist, who specializes in SCI, if my result would qualify me for supplementation and he commented: "In general, we treat levels that are either below the lower limits of normal or even low normal - 350 or less. If you're in the middle the range . . . no testosterone for you!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdf View Post
    I'm shocked!! You're older than me Stephen? Dang, you look a lot younger. I'm impressed ya old fart!

    (still 48 years young)
    Older, better looking, and twice the testosterone level (just to stay on topic)!

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    Well, two out of three ain't bad. I got so much testosterone the doc wants to set up a racket so we can sell my excess (I have 5 times the 'high end' amount for a normal man) on the black market.

    I'm still mulling it over...I can probably get ya a deal!
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    Older, better looking, and twice the testosterone level (just to stay on topic)!
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  8. #28
    In the good old days before the FDA invaded our collective underwear, you could buy testosterone-enhanced aftershave and cologne (without prescription).

    Aah, I remember it well.


  9. #29
    LOL, forgot about Hai Karate, now I know where Axe got their advertising idea from.
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  10. #30
    thing is we should be at the upper level in order to maintain our activity level, sports adls etc.......the normal range is very very wide ranging
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