Not wanting to start T....yet...?

Asher Asher
Hey,

I am not ready to start T...but I feel like I would be ok with using the over the counter Testosterone boosters...I found several at a health foods/organic/green store....there are some pills and lotion like topical options. I feel like I would like the lotions....any input would be great...also I am on Zoloft for anxiety....since I am not going on T...do I have to consult a doctor? Than kyou so much!
10/07/2012
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GONE! GONE!
Well, you're supposed to consult with doctors before embarking on regimens of herbal supplements of any kind. That said, a lot of people do it without a doctor's okay. T-boosters don't have a huge effect as far as I know so you should be okay, but you might want to bring it up with your doctor next time you see them just to make sure.
10/07/2012
Asher Asher
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Originally posted by GONE!
Well, you're supposed to consult with doctors before embarking on regimens of herbal supplements of any kind. That said, a lot of people do it without a doctor's okay. T-boosters don't have a huge effect as far as I know so you should be ... More
Thanks....what do you think of Maximus Enlargement Cream?
10/07/2012
mamaseatspoop mamaseatspoop
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Originally posted by Asher
Thanks....what do you think of Maximus Enlargement Cream?
It might work , i dont know.
10/07/2012
Asher Asher
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Originally posted by mamaseatspoop
It might work , i dont know.
Thank you
10/08/2012
MJ7 MJ7
I too am not ready to start T. I have yet to come out to my family, and they kind of need to know before I start sprouting facial hair and my voice deepens.
I am also very interested in learning about T boosters and topical creams. Thanks for starting this thread!
10/08/2012
Genderfree Genderfree
Topical creams are not good if you have a significant other, especially ones of the feminine kind. Topical creams can rub off and cause them to increase in testosterone, too!

Trust me, shots are the best way to go. If you go the shot route, you only need to worry about it once every two weeks, instead of applying gel every few hours.

Also, gender counselors tend to not be very expensive, and can recommend you to an endocrinologist who can prescribe you the testosterone. Unfortunately, at this point I can not go the legal route because of certain legal issues, so I have to get my testosterone from other sources.
10/08/2012
MJ7 MJ7
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Originally posted by Genderfree
Topical creams are not good if you have a significant other, especially ones of the feminine kind. Topical creams can rub off and cause them to increase in testosterone, too!

Trust me, shots are the best way to go. If you go the shot route, ... More
Is testosterone expensive when prescribed?
10/08/2012
Genderfree Genderfree
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Originally posted by MJ7
Is testosterone expensive when prescribed?
I believe my gender counselor said it was $30 a shot. Of course, that lasts two weeks, so that would be $15 a week.
10/08/2012
Asher Asher
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Originally posted by Genderfree
I believe my gender counselor said it was $30 a shot. Of course, that lasts two weeks, so that would be $15 a week.
At first I thought $60 a month was a lot...then I remembered I smoke lol. Thanks
10/09/2012
tiniest bird tiniest bird
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Originally posted by Asher
Hey,

I am not ready to start T...but I feel like I would be ok with using the over the counter Testosterone boosters...I found several at a health foods/organic/green store....there are some pills and lotion like topical options. I feel like ... More
You don't have to consult a doctor for ott testosterone boosters, but honestly they rarely make much difference. You might be better off putting the money away for later.

You might want to consult a doctor anyway, just to lay the groundwork for if/when you got on T, to establish that you've been considering this for a long time (which can be very important, depending on the doctor)
10/09/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
I'd consult a doctor either way you go, just for safety, and like others said to establish this in your medical chart for if/when you do take further steps. But try checking out this book. It was written by a friend of an ex and I've heard good things though I can't vouch for it personally.
10/10/2012
Jaxxie Lifeless Jaxxie Lifeless
any type of natural transition doesnt really work.. itl all be mentally
10/16/2012
violets violets
T boosters aren't really gonna do a whole lot. I don't think they're worth the money.

I use a prescription cream that I need to put on daily instead of shots (I have a really bad fear of needles) And it's worked really well for me. Plus it's only about 40 dollars a month, so it's not too pricy either.
10/17/2012
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