I’m reading stuff like guys being able to be open with their docs about taking things other than test and still maintaining a script for test
I’m just turning 31 and want to hop on legit TRT and wondering where to look.
I’ve talked to defy medical in Florida and they seem legit and sound to have no problem prescribing me test. Does anyone have experience with them or other online/mail order script docs?
Clearly this is an old topic but I'll chime in just for readers and lurkers.
People would be surprised that they're very own general practitioners and primaries would actually give them a script of test.
It may not be their expertise but if they are a long time patient that isn't unreasonable a general practitioner will most often work with you.
I was already established with my general practitioner, he was giving me prescriptions for other health problems, but I would often talk on the side about my own trt and my years of being on it.
One day I just mentioned to him if he can pull bloods and if we can see if my insurance would cover it and he was down for it.
My numbers came back through the roof because I didn't get enough clearance time, but he was only concerned about my LH and FSH levels, which obviously would be tanked if I was on. Regardless he just wanted to see them tanked.
From there the ladies in the office forwarded my blood work to the insurance, but I asked one of them to put a piece of paper over my total test, jokingly but not jokingly lol, she shook her head and agreed.
The insurance company never questioned it.
Requests blood twice a year, during those requests, I also asked him to throw in a few other things to be looked at, he doesn't know what they are and he admits it because that's not his field. But as time has went on he must have been doing his due diligence and he looks at them now.
I have since sent a few of my buddies to him and they also have successfully got trt from him. One of the guys I regret sending there because his numbers were coming back outrageously high, and the doctor kept telling him to stop and he would proceed to tell the doctor that he feels great. He got cut off real quick.
My general practitioner knows that I tinker with generic HGH. We've even tested for it.
The only doctors I'm open with regarding my other usage is a few of the local urgent care doctors, the one is Young and he's not an idiot. The one visit he was asking me what I was on, after I told him he didn't even look up he still had his notepad and pen and he said what else, what else, and what else, he knew it was a list.
He told me, that he wasn't going to give me the speech but he did say you know better and to watch my health.
He threw the note out, and he gave me a prescription for some antibiotics.