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  • Ieatazz
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    An ex gf of mine had this! It is extremely dangerous! She passed away at 36 because the doctors didn’t figure it out until too late 🥲

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  • Coy91
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    Originally posted by thsspaniard View Post
    You could be right. I'm pretty sure I have high cortisol or adrenalin as I often wake in the night. However, in the UK, going down this route is a nightmare. UK is way behind the curve with endocrinology.

    if you had exceedingly high levels of cortisol, you could potentially have a condition called Cushing’s Disease. People with this disease have a “moon face” and many other symptoms. Low cortisol is another possibility. Both conditions can cause sexual side effects.

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  • Pegasus
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    Originally posted by thsspaniard View Post
    I was asked one time if I'd had my test levels checked in the whole thread. I have once had them checked routh checking every blood test especially if you have even vague sexual issues ghly 15 years ago and you're talking about me not having "actual numbers" in any of my posts. Very odd.
    It is something worth checking regularly especially if you have sexual issues .

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  • thsspaniard
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    Originally posted by Pegasus View Post
    I have found statements like ok , normal etc downright deceptive , even above average and the like have at times been misleading . I have written on why this is numerous times bottom line "normal" is set wrong .
    I am not implying that guys are being deceptive but that the system is screwed up.
    I was asked one time if I'd had my test levels checked in the whole thread. I have once had them checked roughly 15 years ago and you're talking about me not having "actual numbers" in any of my posts. Very odd.

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  • Pegasus
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    Originally posted by thsspaniard View Post
    I had some tests many years ago for an unrelated matter and I don't remember the numbers. That Ok with you...
    I have found statements like ok , normal etc downright deceptive , even above average and the like have at times been misleading . I have written on why this is numerous times bottom line "normal" is set wrong .
    I am not implying that guys are being deceptive but that the system is screwed up.
    Last edited by Pegasus; 08-21-2021, 10:22 PM.

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  • thsspaniard
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    Originally posted by Pegasus View Post
    I seee no actual numbers in any of your posts .

    I had some tests many years ago for an unrelated matter and I don't remember the numbers. That Ok with you...

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  • Pegasus
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    Originally posted by thsspaniard View Post
    They were given as numbers that I cannot recall. Those numbers indicated middle to high of the normal range as I recall.
    I seee no actual numbers in any of your posts .

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  • thsspaniard
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    Originally posted by Coy91 View Post
    I would see an endocrinologist and get a full panel of endocrine labs from testosterone, cortisol, ACTH, and growth hormone. As their could possibly be something else going on with your endocrine system like your pituitary gland.
    You could be right. I'm pretty sure I have high cortisol or adrenalin as I often wake in the night. However, in the UK, going down this route is a nightmare. UK is way behind the curve with endocrinology.

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  • thsspaniard
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    Originally posted by Pegasus View Post
    Test should always be given as a number .
    They were given as numbers that I cannot recall. Those numbers indicated middle to high of the normal range as I recall.

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  • Coy91
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    I would see an endocrinologist and get a full panel of endocrine labs from testosterone, cortisol, ACTH, and growth hormone. As their could possibly be something else going on with your endocrine system like your pituitary gland.
    Last edited by Coy91; 08-21-2021, 06:17 AM.

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  • sfonseka
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    Stem cells

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  • Pegasus
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    Test should always be given as a number .

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  • thsspaniard
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    In the past yes. Both mid high. Still had this problem.

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  • Coy91
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    Originally posted by thsspaniard View Post
    Thanks. I am tugging on the little mofo fairly frequently and also pulling out the turtle when I can. (difficult in public)

    I'm wondering though if I have a blood flow issue. When I'm laying down it's about 4-5 inches but the minute I start moving about it reduces to 1-3 inches.

    I'm gonna start my days from now on with a beetroot, ginger, lemon, kale and apple juice blend and see if increased NO will help keep things full down there.

    No more meds. Well except 5mg cialis. I took dutasteride years ago and it knocked my spontaneous erections out of my life permanently including morning ones so I figure erections by any means are better than no erections.


    have you had your testosterone level checked? Total and Free?

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  • Polemicist
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    Originally posted by thsspaniard View Post
    In their defence they probably don't know it's bothering me. I don't appear to be that type.
    Don't justify their action. In your GUT it bothers you and they know it. It's common sense. "Treat yourself like someone who you are responsible for." -JP. Hit the gym, focus on your purpose or career, do PE, shed people who keep you down. Life shits on you unless you stand up for yourself. STAND UP FOR YOURSELF!

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