I am wondering if testosterone replacement therapy removes morning wood.
I am on trt, and am experiencing absence of morning wood.
Is it true that morning wood is triggered by spikes in T levels, or are there additional mechanisms involved?
I know that once one is on trt, natural production tends to shut down. Hence, I would think, the body would lose capacity to have normally fluctuating T levels, which would lead to absence of morning wood.
Anyone have any thoughts on this? Thanks.
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I’ve no knowlefge of that Z, but have you tried a google search on TRT? Don’t try just TRT or you will get Turkish radio and television. (although if they are doing belly dancing it might help :) )
But the full message bring sup some interesting point and facts.
Hope that helps.
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