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    TRT is a thing

    Hormone replacement therapy isn't anything new as we know, in fact it's been around for decades with a vast amount of applications, from pellets, orals, creams, gels, patches, injections and even needleless jet injection (yes, needleless air forced injection)..

    I been on TRT for what seems like a lifetime, back when I began it was starting to make some nose as clinics were popping up in many states offering ONLINE scripts (early 2000's)

    With this said, it seems anymore that EVERYONE is on TRT.. Many guys openly boast and brag about (I can careless all power to them).. It seems like it's officially a "thing".. I'm not just talking about guys in the know, but even just random guys.. I haven't been living under a rock, and I seen this growing over the years, but this past year I have bumped into more people than I ever have in all my years that are now on TRT..

    I believe many have been on it and just never talked about, but yet there's those who are just toot'n on their horns.. I dig it, I think it's damn great

    Every time I turn around there's an other dude talking about being on, and so on..

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    Same here. If future society ever looks back at our time period and the advertisements, they're going to think we were all a bunch of limp dicks that needed trt and cialis/viagra.

    So what do you think has changed? Is it something we've done to ourselves that we need trt or is it simply people are more aware and accepting it as the "norm"? And when I say "we" I mean society in general, not just aas users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    Hormone replacement therapy isn't anything new as we know, in fact it's been around for decades with a vast amount of applications, from pellets, orals, creams, gels, patches, injections and even needleless jet injection (yes, needleless air forced injection)..

    I been on TRT for what seems like a lifetime, back when I began it was starting to make some nose as clinics were popping up in many states offering ONLINE scripts (early 2000's)

    With this said, it seems anymore that EVERYONE is on TRT.. Many guys openly boast and brag about (I can careless all power to them).. It seems like it's officially a "thing".. I'm not just talking about guys in the know, but even just random guys.. I haven't been living under a rock, and I seen this growing over the years, but this past year I have bumped into more people than I ever have in all my years that are now on TRT..

    I believe many have been on it and just never talked about, but yet there's those who are just toot'n on their horns.. I dig it, I think it's damn great

    Every time I turn around there's an other dude talking about being on, and so on..
    It isnt suprising to me at all. I'm not an Alex Jones guy but something seems to be in the water that's turning the freaking frogs gay. Kidding. But, culturally, at least in the United States alot of men are growing up without what seems to be a low amount of natural testosterone. Maybe it's the compression from the skinny jeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibbs View Post
    It isnt suprising to me at all. I'm not an Alex Jones guy but something seems to be in the water that's turning the freaking frogs gay. Kidding. But, culturally at least in the United States alot of men are growing up without what seems to be a low amount of natural testosterone. Maybe it's the compression from the skinny jeans.

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    He said skinny jeans haha..

    You do make a valid point though because there's a lot of things culturally in the US that we do differently compared to other countries a lot of that can pertain to certain active ingredients within food and other products that we consume that are in fact outlawed in other countries.. so many things could play a role in our health and with our endocrine systems.. if you look at the generation with modern man they are appearing to become more beta and feminine.. I fully embrace the usage of test, but it really seems like everyone is jumping on the test train.. I would rather see the test being handed out compared to antidepressants and other drugs to dumb down the individuals making them into customers for large Pharma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    Same here. If future society ever looks back at our time period and the advertisements, they're going to think we were all a bunch of limp dicks that needed trt and cialis/viagra.

    So what do you think has changed? Is it something we've done to ourselves that we need trt or is it simply people are more aware and accepting it as the "norm"? And when I say "we" I mean society in general, not just aas users.
    Clinics and wellness centers are taking a whole different approach compared to what did gold standard used to be with over-medicating individuals when they described certain symptoms, they would use all sorts of medications and even off-label medications to Target these symptoms..

    Wellness centers are really catching on to this and they're capitalizing.. there's a lot of these wellness centers where everything is out of pocket and people aren't afraid to fort the money out. Now of course insurance will cover certain protocols and treatments, but there's a whole new market and I don't think it's going to go anywhere anytime soon.. I don't believe Society will look back at anything in frown on it, if anything they will frown on the previous pathetic and disgraceful treatment that physicians were utilizing with large Pharma endorsing these doctors and pushing them to create a larger clientele base..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    He said skinny jeans haha..

    You do make a valid point though because there's a lot of things culturally in the US that we do differently compared to other countries a lot of that can pertain to certain active ingredients within food and other products that we consume that are in fact outlawed in other countries.. so many things could play a role in our health and with our endocrine systems.. if you look at the generation with modern man they are appearing to become more beta and feminine.. I fully embrace the usage of test, but it really seems like everyone is jumping on the test train.. I would rather see the test being handed out compared to antidepressants and other drugs to dumb down the individuals making them into customers for large Pharma
    You nailed it. I think based on changes I've seen in others and myself, who were clinically depressed, alot of drs. were not getting to the root cause of issues for many years. It wasnt until recent that alot of doctors realized that the patients they were shoving anti depressants down there throats, had in fact low testosterone which can cause many symptoms that are described by those with depression. I'm prescribed trt. It was my doctor realizing that he wasnt treating the root cause that got me to a better place in life.

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    I think as more people are exposed to the reality of low T and the negative effect it has on quality of life, most often in older men, the stigma associated with Testosterone is slowly lessening.

    In the past we considered low T symptoms a natural part of the aging process but now that we know we have options we arenít willing to accept it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibbs View Post
    It isnt suprising to me at all. I'm not an Alex Jones guy but something seems to be in the water that's turning the freaking frogs gay. Kidding. But, culturally, at least in the United States alot of men are growing up without what seems to be a low amount of natural testosterone. Maybe it's the compression from the skinny jeans.
    Study after study shows we are exposed to anti-androgen plastics on a daily basis which is lowering our T levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavyiron View Post
    Study after study shows we are exposed to anti-androgen plastics on a daily basis which is lowering our T levels.
    I've read that as well, may have been something you posted years ago and an article as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavyiron View Post
    Study after study shows we are exposed to anti-androgen plastics on a daily basis which is lowering our T levels.
    There's what I was hinting at. Plastics, soy, etc adding up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavyiron View Post
    Study after study shows we are exposed to anti-androgen plastics on a daily basis which is lowering our T levels.
    Exactly.. we are exposed to so much these days with so much by products and everything else, ingredients from this and that, eventually there's going to be a slew of effects.. by the time researchers get a grasp on the severity of the situation it's going to be too late, we are already going to be full-blown dependent on everything that we have in production.. it would take a generation to re-engineer our way of life..

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    Without sliding too far off the beat and path but if we examine many other health factors like thyroid disorders and even women experiencing menopause at an earlier age, the rabbit hole gets really deep.. we are merely scratching the surface with the detrimental effects that we are exposed to with our current way of life..

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    Although guys seem to be more willing to admit to trt, most will say it in whisper mode. Like it's still slightly taboo somehow. I think the biggest stigma comes from the needle, not the medicine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    Although guys seem to be more willing to admit to trt, most will say it in whisper mode. Like it's still slightly taboo somehow. I think the biggest stigma comes from the needle, not the medicine.
    Definitely bro I have noticed guys kind of saying it in a subtle way.. but I do is just blow up this spot and break the ice and say "Ohh you mean testosterone injections".. once I fucking put it out there it's a game-changer in the conversation..lol
    . Fuck that tippy-toeing bullshit..

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    I just tell them "welcome to the club". And yes, then they are definitely more open.

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