SHBC & Free Testosterone Levels!
I am a 52 year old male and my testosterone was recently tested and the reading is 12.
What are my options?
With a reading of 12, I'm assuming you're talking about free testosterone levels?
The reference range for free testosterone with Labcorp testing here in the US is 6.8 - 21.5 pg/ml.
As with total testosterone, I believe you'll look and feel better if you Increase Your Levels into the upper third of that range.
Ideally, you want to be as close to 20 as possible.
How do you get there?
Easy, you simply reduce your serum SHBC or sexhormone-binding globulin, the agent that binds up your testosterone, and makes it unavailable for use by your body.
Go to doctor man for help, and he'll be waiting for you at the front door with his his prescription pad in hand, because that's what doctors do.
Before you know it, you'll have the drug Mesterolone or Proviron siting in your medicine cabinet.
I'll admit, this drug is extremely effective at binding up SHBC, but as with all medications, the benefits come with a price.
Mesterolone is basically DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) in pill form.
DHT is the stuff that binds to androgen receptors in the prostate and scalp, causing hair loss, and prostate enlargement (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia).
So, you'll reduce SHBC and increase free testosterone levels on this drug, but you'll damage your prostate, and go bald in the process.
Once again, there's an natural supplement you can use to treat low free Testosterone levels, that's affordable, and free of negative side effects.
It's called Nettle Root, and it will set you back all of about 11 bucks.
If you're injecting testosterone into your gluteus on a regular basis, the nettle isn't going to cut it.
But, if you're just a regular guy looking to free up some of your bound testosterone, this supplement will get the job done nicely.
Combine the nettle with an Estrogen Reduction plan, and a boost in Human Growth Hormone levels, and chances are good that you'll be pushing 20 in no time.
Thanks for your question!
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