The state of being natural is being poisoned at the moment. Is it possible to come off testosterone at some point in your life? What is the holy trinity of TRT? What is the process of getting onto TRT in the UK, and how can people be connected to the progressive doctors they need? On this episode, Michael Kocsis goes deep on this information, and he shares his insights on the loss of masculinity we are seeing in today’s men.
You have to go on TRT until there’s some sort of therapy that switches the genes to be more resilient to these chemical assaults. -Michael Kocsis
You don’t introduce aromatase inhibitors unless there’s an actual medical need for them.
HCG, AIs and testosterone are the holy trinity of TRT. All three of these medications are going to be used at some point overtime, since you’re doing the treatment for life.
Medicine, especially endocrinology is very conservative.
In the UK, the NHS turns men down for TRT for being between 250 and 300.
At the start of the show, Michael shared how he got started and the difference between TRT in the States and the UK. He talked about the use of glass ampoules and the other characteristics of getting treatment. Next, we talked about the use of AIs, and why it should only be done when it’s needed. “We’re all biochemically unique and over time things do change.” Towards the end of the show, we spoke about how Michael’s team helps people and how their services work.
Michael also shared insights on;
- The use of HCG and who should be on it
- Socialized medicine in the UK
- The true source of the concept of cycling
- Prescribing testosterone to men under 30
What stops many men from empowering and optimizing themselves with TRT is prioritization, but you can’t put a price on your health. TRT is the only way to combat all the chemical assaults our bodies have to endure - until there’s a way for our genes to be more resilient. There’s nothing wrong with optimizing your hormones. It’s legal, it’s affordable and if you find a physician who knows what they’re doing, this is the only action to maintaining your masculinity. What you can do right now is take care of your health, get your blood work done and figure out if you have a deficiency. If you have it, there’s nothing to wait for!
Mike Kocsis, MBA is a medical facilitator for EU Medical Tourism Ltd which offers medical services in the UK and Europe. BalanceMyHormones is the online clinic/platform connecting patients with a bespoke TRT/HRT service. The areas of specialty are hormone related such as Testosterone Replacement for Men and Women, along with Anti-ageing growth hormone treatments and a full complement of treatments to create the right hormonal balance. Go to balancemyhormones.co.uk and fill out the contact form for more information.
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Hi, I was put on TRT 1 year ago my levels were 2.9 tt was 90, went to endo on NHS she put me on Testogel 5g daily levels went from 2.9 to 30 (800tt)...... felt amazing all fatigue/depression+++ gone anyhow 4 months later started to feel a little worse again. I had a blood test results come back at 15, 6 weeks later it's 11 another 4 weeks it's 9.5 ( 250tt ) anyhow I had an appointment last week and she said 280 is in the normal range and I have to see her in 6 months... Any advice?
Michael hit it on the head. AI effect on HDL is a function of lowering estrogen. No evidence whatsoever that its inherent in the drug. This means two things
1- no one AI is better than the other for HDL.
2- appropriately lowering of Estradiol shouldn't lower HDL significantly. Said another way, if your AI crushes HDL, you have lowered estrogen too much
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