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    Should I take testosterone booster supplements
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    An_206285 posted:
    I'm 20 years old and I found out I have low testosterone,I work out a lot and see little results,my doctor said it might be because of my low testosterone,I also look very young for my age, my 17 year old brother looks older than me and has a bigger body and doesn't even work out. I have no facial hair. Any way my question is if it is okay for me to take testosterone booster supplements for a month?
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    Caveat_Emptor responded:
    If you actually have low testosterone, get your doctor to get you on some TRT or steroids and get your balls fixed asap. Your body needs testosterone man, its what makes life worth living.

    The booster supplements you refer to may help a bit, but not much if you dont have enough natural production.


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