"There is a great website and forum/online community that I use to get advice on a few hormone problems I'm working on. The site's focus is testosterone, but the guys there are very knowledgable about hormones in men in general, as well as…"
"With the what you briefly describe, unless there was some convoluted insurance hassle reason, you probably should have been referred to a urologist.
If your major concern is that "the blue pill" didn't work", you've…"
"Good point. The area of the state I live in has poor heath care. Finding another doctor is almost impossible. My doctor is leaving and I just found out Friday,May 1 in the mail. I have already had an…"
"The other ED treatments are newer pills than the blue one, hormones, and mechanical devices. They may or may not be covered by insurance. They may or may not be contra-indicated by your endocrine problems. I suggest going back to whichever doctor…"
"Doctors don't make a lot of money from dialysis. It's now often done at specialized satellite centers where there's the bare minimum of oversight by MDs. Doctors don't make much money from what happens in their office. They need…"
"Yes I have talk with my doctor. A urologist is something I haven't try. Had not had my testosterone check. Seems like you have to dig to get the Medical help. My sugar levels are good, I had kidney disease…"
"John, you specifically mentioned three things: ED, diabetes, and kidney disease==said Viagra and herbs didn't work, then said "talk with my doctor". Does that you "I'm going to talk with my doctor" or…"
"I didn't expect to be in agreement with Josh, but yes. Go for a run.
If you don't currently exercise, start. The endorphins will be helpful, and measurable progress is very motivating.
I can personally suggest the C25K program. It starts…"
"Build model planes, meditate, climb trees, run, lift, etc.
Get out of that area and seek professional help, or find someone in your community that can help you. Find something to dedicate yourself to and improve."
This, too shall pass. Nobody wants to die, it's just that some can't stand living. I bet if you could push a button and be happy you'd choose that over death.
Call a suicide hotline. If you can't talk then print…"
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