I was amazed at the level of response to the recent request for help with my testosterone study. After that last e-mail I received a ton of response from men and their wives. Most of it confirmed my suspicions, but there is amazing strength in numbers, especially on a subject that many see as potentially embarrassing.
I’m happy so many guys jumped in, I’d like to give you a high five via a random guy from a stock photo-
Quite a few men opened up to me about their struggles, and several even provided me with additional information and links to add to the research. I even have several conferences that I speak at now willing to add my survey questions to their conference brochures, which should yield a lot more responses.
But I still need your help. I still need as many men as possible to respond, so I’m asking one more time.
If you fit my category of men over 40, your information is vital. If you know a man over 40, please feel free to forward this e-mail to them for me.
Here are the questions again:
1. Have you experienced a lag in strength, libido, muscle mass, or energy not related to another cause?
2. Have you tried any testosterone therapies, prescription or otherwise?
3. Have you ever had your testosterone checked?
As always, all information is private. Any information released in a report will only be a compilation of results, unless I have your specific permission to release detailed information.
Thanks so much for your help,
Dr. Redbeard, proof that a full quiver of children doesn’t necessarily mean my testosterone levels are high
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