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Submitted on May 27th, 2013 by Dan

Being just short of my 37th bday, an athlete and person with a very physical lifestyle. I’m starting to notice the drop in desire to train and over all energy levels throughout the day. I’m far from being “out of shape”, but I’m looking to maintain the lifestyle I’ve built for myself while keeping a hectic work schedule. Is AAG something for me to consider?

Answer:

Absolutely! Men’s testosterone starts to fall in their early 30’s. The best thing to do is have your testosterone levels medically evaluated, to see if testosterone optimization is right for you.

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Submitted on May 247h, 2013 by James

I have already consulted with my family physician. He is still not practicing HRT, although he does prescribe Testosterone gel-Androgel, but he is unfamiliar with hgh and, subsequently, not comfortable managing something like this. He is behind my efforts, knowing that I had very little Testosterone on my last blood test. In fact, another doctor (my wife’s) encouraged her to see a new Compounding doctor in Tunkannock, Pa. Unfortunately, he is back logged and going on an extended leave. He seems willing to see if he can get me in, should someone not show or cancel late. I am writing a fitness book and this is very important to enhance the progress I have made and the philosophy I teach. I look forward to hearing from you soon…We will be in NYC on Wednesday, and Florida later this year.

Answer:

We at AAG are experts in the field of evaluating, and then treating low hormone levels. We follow a medical model, with frequent evaluation and patient communication. I highly encourage you to contact AAG, have your baseline hormone levels evaluated, and we can design a medically supervised treatment program for you.

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