Most men who are on TRT were prescribed it because they have a hormonal deficiency condition that is irreversible. And apart its "feminising effects," Low T is known to contribute to conditions such as osteoporosis and coronary artery disease. Especially for sufferers of "late-onset hypogonadism" (LOH, which happens to all men who live long enough), TRT is a life-long commitment. It not only improves quality of life, it also prolongs it. In terms of consequences to health and physical well-being, the costs of remaining on it are much less dire than giving it up.Catwhoorg said:Steroids for sure its a common side effect.
I ma sure its part of what the drug companies love about Low T treatment.
Not only is it vague and encompasses a large number of people, the treatment shuts down whatever steroid production is going on.
Once you are on it, its VERY hard to get off....