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How To Get Physician To Prescribe Hcg For Hypogonadism

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hcg protocol

greetins Mr. Nelson,I have hypogonadotropic hypogonadism and Im taking 200mg of testosterone enanthate every 2 weeks. But my estradiol levels are a bit high, so I will start using an aromatase inhibitor, maybe arimidex. Can you tell me if I would...
Nelson Vergel, B.S.Ch.E., M.B.A.

Response from Nelson Vergel, B.S.Ch.E., M.B.A.

Program for Wellness Restoration
It depends on what you want to accomplish with the use of human chronionic gonadotropin (More info on HCG's use to improve testicular volume while using testosterone replacement can be found here: <a... Read more »

Is it possible to get a girl pregnant with me having hypogonadism

? My T count is 297 from most recent test.Just curious. I did use Androgel prescribed by my... Read more »

treatment secondary hypogonadism

Hi nelson, I am writing from Colombia, I'm in treatment of secondary hypogonadism and my... Read more »
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New York Serono Sales Rep Charged With Bribing Physicians to Prescribe AIDS Wasting Drug Serostim

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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Physician Prescription of Sterile Syringes to Injection Drug Users

Injection drug users (IDUs) who continue to inject can substantially reduce their risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV, hepatitis B and C, and other blood-borne infections if they use sterile syringes. Physician prescription of syringes is one way... Read more »
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Uncertainty About PrEP Persists Among Physicians in the United States

A large proportion of physicians in the U.S. still don't know how they feel about the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), according to a study presented at IDWeek 2014 . The study, which surveyed 105 clinicians and was developed by a team at... Read more »
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Gilead's $12,000-a-Year HIV Prevention Pill Fails to Win Physician Support

In Boston at this week's 18th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), numerous presentations addressed issues surrounding the use of Gilead Science Inc.'s Truvada as an HIV preventative. In late November, researchers reported... Read more »
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AM I infected

Posted by sarkar
hello Carabon, ,
thanx for the valuable knowledge. doctor prescribed me to take antiretroval drugs for one month for safety looking at the PCR test result. Do u have any idia that this drug can harm me significantly if I m negative. should i continue... Read more »

First line hiv regimens

Posted by nwkmateo, 1 Reply
Can anybody tell me what medication combinations are commonly prescribed as a first line therapy that DO NOT include a truvada component.

My doctor dosent want me to take meds with truvada because she believes it is the culprit of my severe vomiting.... Read more »

Starting Meds

Posted by Ronnie, 2 Replies
After my doctor visit on Monday, he prescribed Reyataz and Epzicom. He faxed the orders to medco and they take about 2 weeks to arrive.

Any suggestions from anyone who has been on this combination? Read more »

Atripla Once a day

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
I was jsut prescribed by my doctor, the drug Atripla. It wasnt even in the CVS pharmacy computer yet...or on their shelves....i jsut found out I am positive and my viral load number wasnt good..81,000. So my doctor is putting me on this...anyone... Read more »