i know some peeps are very against testosterone supplementation after treatment for prostate cancer, but my husband's doctor is not one of them (and neither is my husband). he supplemented for 18 months after surgery b4 PSA became detectable & started to rise again.
he recently stopped the T & is about to begin hormones + radiotherapy, but his PSA is already declining, nearly undetectable again. is this because he just naturally has low T & his own body is acting as hormone therapy?
also does anyone else on here suffer from really low T as well- naturally? beginning to think he has a pituitary disorder or the like. it is always absurdly low (100) & he's only 44. will this affect the way his body handles hormone therapy? if he's already naturally so low, will he ever go too low etc.?
thanks for any/all input.