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Diagnosed with hypogonadism, constant tiredness. Taking testosterone every week. How can I increase energy levels?

A few months ago I was diagnosed with hypogonadism . I m getting 2cc of testosterone every two weeks. I feel always tired but my sex drive has not changed. How can I increase my energy level. I just did a blood test to check the level of my testosterone today and waiting for results. I m very frustrated by my lack of energy.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Deat alanrose, Again I will ask your age . no matter as you have been on HRT means you are under care of some good Doc. hence have complete faith on him. And discuss your low energy levels, but let me clear you that things are going to improve gradually not all of a sudden have patience as a general advice avoid alcohol -------if taking,--------- don't be stressed, eat healthy fresh food fruits . start with light exercise.
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