That's funny, I've come accross people taking TRT for many decades and they are the absolute picture of superior health. In my particular clinic, men often stay taking up until their 80's when cognitive decline begins to creep in so your going to have to do better than that to discredit TRT.
Absolutely wrong. Low testosterone can come from a variety of factors and causes. Sub-optimal levels of testosterone can come simply from aging, nothing more. So before you again declare "the cause" of low testosterone, you need to have some measure of knowledge about the subject beyond your simple opinion.Craigmiller wrote: Low testosterone is an indicator of lowered immune system function because the immune system will lower the testosterone levels to increase the immune system functionality. What is causing low testosterone is an overactive immune system reacting to bad-bacteria in intestines or some virus/parasites in your body.
That is false. Serotonin levels are INCREASED with testosterone supplementation: https://www.mdmag.com/medical-news/test ... -the-brainCraigmiller wrote: The body is using trying to fix itself and using all available energy. Once you get the disruption to the serotonin levels in the intestines, it messes with your brain’s serotonin levels too... because your brain is working overtime to produce a hard to produce molecule. If the foods stay in the intestines too long the immune system activity goes up way too much. Low serotonin levels = anxiety, depression, panic attacks, insomnia, obesity, fibromyalgia, eating disorders, chronic pain, migraines, etc. Negative thoughts, low self-esteem, obsessive thoughts and behaviors, Irritable Bowel Syndrome are also symptoms of low serotonin.
Now while I do agree that gut flora impact mental health. Probiotics and eating bioactive things like yogurt resolve those issues normally.
Wrong. There is actually evidence that the opposite is true: https://www.cancernetwork.com/prostate- ... ate-cancer I am getting the sense that you are afflicted with sour grapes and therefore coming up with fake claims to convince yourself that TRT is somehow bad.Craigmiller wrote: Doing Testosterone and Hormone Replacement Therapy is like pouring gas on a fire. Depending on your biome you'll deplete your energy resources and possibly develop cancer. See: https://bit.ly/2N80XVl For cancer to develop, your immune system must either be worn out, ineffective, unable to kill cancer cells as fast as they normally develop, or you must be exposed to a mass of cancer causing toxins, radiation or some such thing, that increase the rate of development of cancer cells to such an abnormally high level that your immune system can’t handle it.
Wrong. Most traditional physicians also prescribe testosterone for hypogonadism, and that is problematic on several levels. Trouble is, they don't to the blood work analysis nor give complementary medication that prevents cancer, prevents estrogen spikes, and prevents other issues that could crop up.Craigmiller wrote: The researchers are tracing down the bacteria but currently the only safe treatment for low testosterone is a gut bacteria re-balancing health protocol.
If you are not interested in or able to partake in TRT, that is ok with me. But it is not ok to present falsehoods in an effort to dissuade others from a treatment that is extremely life enhancing and life empowering. But I hope people do their own research rather than rely on fake medical conclusions which have no nexus to TRT nor in medical evidence.