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In 2013/2014 there was a thread about using Clomid for Low T in lieu of Testosterone Gel, Cream, or Injections. A lot of interest and then nothing. Maybe all the guys died, we are old after all. Seriously, if you are not dead yet, you want a solid night's sleep (no waking up to pee), and wake-up with morning wood, with an occasional lecherous thought thrown in. If you don't have this, you have low T. NO BLOOD TEST NEEDED. See how simple. A testosterone test produces only meaningless numbers that vary dramatically with the amount and quality of sleep you had the night before, the time of day the blood is taken, even your diet. If you want numbers, you need to measure your FREE T and your E2. These two are the only two numbers that matter. But any numbers are simply numbers. You are an individual. If you are satisfied with how your body is functioning then leave it alone. If something is not right, look it up, research it and do something. I AM NOT A DOCTOR, and THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE; but from what I read Clomid will give you the ability to function again naturally without the artificial help of Viagara or Cialis. Read the earlier thread. Face it; your body is shutting down. Your levels of Pregnenolone, DHEA, Testosterone, Melatonin, HGH (measured as IGF-1) are all a tiny percentage of what they were when you were 35. An anti-aging program is about restoring these hormones back to the levels of your glory days including reducing your Estrogen levels - the only hormone to increase as you age. Except for the tricks your mind will play on you, you will NO results for 6 months with any of this with the exception of Melatonin and Clomid. Studies are studies, tests are tests, numbers are numbers, YOU and how YOU FEEL is all that matters. Your personal satisfaction with your body and your life is preeminent. If you have personal experience with any of this and want to share it with the rest of us, I know I, speaking for myself, would welcome your personal stories.