As you know, we had a scare last week. Both my husband and I were distraught. Why? Because we thought he would die soon of liver failure. His urologist told him not to drink alcohol anymore, as it would interfere with his treatment for Low-T.
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After a second round of testing, David realized that alcohol had nothing to do with the bad score he got previously. He was not going to die of liver failure.
Well, on Monday, David began researching the side-effects of Clomid, a drug he was taking to boost his testosterone levels. He discovered that taking Clomid was counter-productive. On one hand, Clomid raised his testosterone a little, but on the other hand, it lowered it.
So, why take this drug?
He called his urologist and they had a long conversation regarding Clomid.
Conclusion: Low-T will not kill David. If he suffers from fatigue and lack of energy because of it, he can always take a nap, as he is retired and has the time to sleep periodically during the day.
Therefore, David will stop taking Clomid, since it has not been helping him at all.
And, the liver function test he took last week indicated there is absolutely nothing wrong with his liver. So, David is allowing himself 3 beers per week. However, it is believed by many scientists that alcohol kills brain cells. Let’s see if moderate consumption of alcohol impairs his memory.