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Need Referral: Low Testosterone
May 10, 2010

Hi Nelson,

Since I know you have a pretty good network, I thought I'd ask if you knew of a good HIV doc or endocrine specialist in the Boston area who is really good with low testosterone issues.

I am an androgel/testim person (over 7 years) who did not do well with gels and I am now on no treatment at all.

Let me know.

Jim

Response from Mr. Vergel

Dear Jim:

I do not know any doctors in Boston personally who prescribe testosterone replacement. (Although Dr Bashin and Dr Grinspoon are both well known researchers on testosterone and they live there, but I am not sure if they see patients)

Here are different lists that I listed in my new book: "Testosterone: A Man's Guide"

Life Extension Foundation, List of Innovative Doctors: http://www.lef.org/Health-Wellness/InnovativeDoctors/

There is an AACE doctor search page at: http://www.aace.com/memsearch.php In theory they would use the AACE hypogonadism guidelines, but do not assume that all endocrinologists are testosterone friendly.

Find a doctor who uses the services of Women's International Pharmacy: http://www.womensinternational.com/resources_referral.html

College Pharmacy (Colorado Springs, CO) http://www.collegepharmacy.com/ click "Find a Health Care Provider." There is a form to fill out. Submit the form and they will e-mail a list of doctors nearest you who use their compounding services.

Medibolics.com, a HIV- related web site (doctors in this list also treat people who are not HIV positive) http://www.medibolics.com/physic2.htm

Directory of "anti-aging" doctors around the world (most prescribe hormones):http://www.worldhealth.net/ pages/directory/

Nelson



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