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.
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