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Trt and Flatline questions

Sunshine1

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I'm not totall sure either, back then I just trusted him. knowing what I know now, I think 1mg of letro every day may have been too much. But now when I go back I can be more informed and have a conversation about all this.
 

DylanGemelli

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Just so you know, doctor prescribed and monitoring is not necessarily the safest method... if you saw how many clients i had that came to me to fix their natural production, intrinsic issues, etc. it would blow your mind and they were in the horrible state they were in due to their doctor recommendations. I have one client who had a doctor have him run hcg continuously for over a year... a fucking year! he is probably permanently fucked... so... you may have this very wrong... clearly seeing what was already prescribed, i would not go near that doctor...
 

RickRock

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Just so you know, doctor prescribed and monitoring is not necessarily the safest method... if you saw how many clients i had that came to me to fix their natural production, intrinsic issues, etc. it would blow your mind and they were in the horrible state they were in due to their doctor recommendations. I have one client who had a doctor have him run hcg continuously for over a year... a fucking year! he is probably permanently fucked... so... you may have this very wrong... clearly seeing what was already prescribed, i would not go near that doctor...

That's the absolute truth. There's so many docs these days that are causing more harm than good, and really have no clue what the hell they are doing with no business writing these prescriptions for people
 

Sunshine1

Member
I guess I will be doing more research on the trt docs in my area then, haha. Part of the reason I liked this other doc was that I felt I could tell him anything without getting a lecture or getting something undesirable put down in my medical records. I had opened up to a previous doc about my previous usage one time and it came back and bit me in the ass over life insurance one time.

While we are on the topic of doctors, I saw a coffee mug, it was a joke I know, but still kind of rubbed me the wrong way. It said "don't confuse your google search with my medical degree." God forbid patients are informed about their own health and bodies!!! (Me rolling my eyes)
 

RickRock

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I guess I will be doing more research on the trt docs in my area then, haha. Part of the reason I liked this other doc was that I felt I could tell him anything without getting a lecture or getting something undesirable put down in my medical records. I had opened up to a previous doc about my previous usage one time and it came back and bit me in the ass over life insurance one time.

While we are on the topic of doctors, I saw a coffee mug, it was a joke I know, but still kind of rubbed me the wrong way. It said "don't confuse your google search with my medical degree." God forbid patients are informed about their own health and bodies!!! (Me rolling my eyes)

That's pretty funny. What bothers me is the fact that those with doctorates a lot of times thinks that makes them the gospel for anything and everything. Their "doctorate" is in one particular area and often times people in the general public can be much more well informed than the doctors because we spend so much time researching versus the two chapters of endocrinology they covered that made them a professional all of the sudden.

I have a lot of insider information on the whole doctorate thing. My brother is a doctor, and even though he is a specialist, him and I have had some very lengthy conversations on just how stupid general practitioners are. They basically get a crash course of anything and everything and never really get proficient in anything at all
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
I guess I will be doing more research on the trt docs in my area then, haha. Part of the reason I liked this other doc was that I felt I could tell him anything without getting a lecture or getting something undesirable put down in my medical records. I had opened up to a previous doc about my previous usage one time and it came back and bit me in the ass over life insurance one time.

While we are on the topic of doctors, I saw a coffee mug, it was a joke I know, but still kind of rubbed me the wrong way. It said "don't confuse your google search with my medical degree." God forbid patients are informed about their own health and bodies!!! (Me rolling my eyes)

bro, you need to learn how to tell someone to flat out fuck off, get up and walk... that's it... you are not there for that shit and if your going to get it, get your ass up, turn around, let the door hit them in the face on your way out... anyone pulls that shit on me, im out.. flat out...
 

Sunshine1

Member
bro, you need to learn how to tell someone to flat out fuck off, get up and walk... that's it... you are not there for that shit and if your going to get it, get your ass up, turn around, let the door hit them in the face on your way out... anyone pulls that shit on me, im out.. flat out...

I agree!!!
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
Super Moderator
I agree!!!

i know it may seem harsh or hard to do but trust me, its not! you just have to find it within yourself... you must tand up for your self... your the one paying for your visit, the one that chose to be there etc... they are obligated to give you the best treatment (they know how) and to make sure you are warned and aware of everything but lectures and bull shit of the sort do not fall into this category...
 
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