It would be best to also have your estrogen and progesterone levels evaluated. Based on the results you have, it appears that testosterone deficiency is certainly present, and I would expect many of your symptoms to improve with TRT. That being said, I recommend against BioT pellet implantation. Admittedly, their marketing pitch is fantastic, but in reality they fail to live up to the hype. Where they claim to be natural and bio-identical, this is rather misleading. First, when it comes to testosterone, there is no functional difference in bio-identical and synthetic forms. This is very important in estrogen and progesterone therapy, but not for testosterone. But, the real issue is patient safety. The testosterone we use starts in a lab and finishes in a lab, and is the best pharmaceutical grade, name-brand medication available. They source theirs form plant-based sterols (making it “natural”), but it must then be manipulated in a lab to create a more refined and potent powder form. This is then shipped to whichever local compounding pharmacy is chose and all pellets are made exactly the same way.
Peter Townsend transformed the conception of poverty, viewing it not simply as lack of income but as the configuration of the economic conditions that prevent people from being full members of the society (Townsend, 1979;  Ferragina et al. 2016  ). Poverty reduces the ability of people to participate in society, effectively denying them full citizenship (as suggested by . Marshall ). Given that there are no universal principles by which to determine the minimum threshold of participation equating to full membership of society, Townsend argued that the appropriate measure would necessarily be relative to any particular cultural context. He suggested that in each society there should be an empirically determinable 'breakpoint' within the income distribution below which participation of individuals collapses, providing a scientific basis for fixing a poverty line and determining the extent of poverty (Ferragina et al. 2016  ).
Roundworms are a threat to humans as well, especially in unsanitary environments, or even in the children’s backyard sandbox that is open to local cats and other critters. Humans are infected by ingesting infective roundworm eggs from their hands, soil, other objects, or even the pet. The larval stage’s migration through human body tissues is the cause of disease in people, usually children, and can manifest disease as high fevers, hepatitis, inappetence, loss of weight or persistent cough. Roundworms can also cause blindness in children due to migration through the eyes.