Hello! I’m a 33-year-old man. I’m 170 centimeters tall and 75 kilos. Bodybuilding has been my passion for four years but I never used anabolic steroids. During the past two years, I noticed a lower libido and went to test my hormones. Here are my results: luteinizing hormone – mg/ml, estradiol – 101 pmol/l, testosterone – nmol/l, prolactin – 154 mg /l. I was prescribed 50mg Clomid for two months and as a result, my luteinizing hormone was up to 13 mU/l, and testosterone to 36 nmol/l. After completing a course of treatment with Clomid, my testosterone has stayed at 25 nmol/l with luteinizing hormone at MU/ml. I finally enjoy a high libido again and I‘m in great shape.
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