MrErdem

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  1. My gallbladder and appendix are not removed..
  2. After checking my testicles by other urologist and everything seems fine, my endocrinologist said I dont need hormone replacement therapy. After I insisted that I had the all side effects of high estrogen, she gave me Nebido Testo Injection (single injection for 3 months). Anybody has any experience with Nebido? I doubt that this will help, as Testo will be aromatised to estrogen.
  3. It is different. My hair thinned and I can clearly say the texture of my hair changed. I lost lots of my hair too. It is a side effect of Accutane. "According to WebMD, there are two types of hair loss induced by medications: telogen effluvium and Anagen effluvium. Typically, a healthy hair passes through two phases of growth: the anagen phase and telogen phase. The anagen phase is the period of continuous hair growth, and it lasts for three to four years. Following that it enters the telogen phase, which lasts about three months – a period of rest. At the end of the telogen phase, the hair falls out and is replaced by a new hair. Telogen effluvium is the most common type of drug-induced hair loss. In this, the patient starts losing hair within two to four months after taking the drug. The drug causes the hair follicles to go to the telogen phase and fall out too early. Typically patients suffering from this type of hair loss shed 100t o 150 hairs a day. Most common drugs that induce Telogen effluvium include Vitamin A drugs containing retinoids, antibiotic and antifungal drugs, antibiotics and antifungal drugs, antidepressants, birth control pills, epilepsy drugs, drugs that treat high cholesterol and high blood pressure, anti-clotting drugs, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and Parkinson’s disease drugs." http://www.hairfear.com/hair-loss/21-understanding-drug-induced-hair-loss.htm
  4. I had DHT tested 2 years ago. The results were fine but low. I did tamoxifen this summer, only 5-10 pills. But it gave me incredible gyno, still have though. 2014 Results:
  5. Ok these are my results. Estradiol is high and explains most of my problems. Summary after 3 years: Low testo, high estrogen..
  6. I was 33 when all this shit started. 2 months 40mg per day
  7. Uh, everyone here. I have very bad side effects including ED, penile shrinkage, vision problems, tinnitus and all others for almost 3 years.. But no cognitive problems..
  8. Today it was sunny and I realised how much I recovered from floaters. I found this pic, this is how my vision was, even worse. Now they are gone. Second goal is tinnitus and ED