My advice if you don’t want to go NHS route would be to source your own, you won’t get hcg off the nhs, and the amount of time you’ll need off from work trying to get appointments and endocrinologist referrals will negate any cost savings you may get, if any at all. As UGL is probably cheaper than the NHS anyway
Find a site that sells decent branded test, I use Pharmacom; the same source will sell hcg
You shouldn’t need an AI on TRT dose
Regarding T4. Again can source your own, although, GPs can prescribe this without having to be referred so I’ll leave that one with you
But, if it’s BMH that’s diagnosed you with hypothyroidism (or even low test for that matter) I’d be wanting a second opinion as I don’t agree with the way they operate.
Making up their own reference ranges to suit themselves etc, it’s an abuse of the system imo. Also Having to draw your own bloods, and at your own cost... it’s a proper money maker
*If any BMH reps reading this, and think anything I’ve said is wrong then feel free to come at me, bro
Aren’t you the mush that recently had a hair transplant?
If so you need to put as much research into this as you did with that, plus some
Anavar is a dht derivative, and anyone bothered enough about losing hair would be wise to avoid any dht derivative steroids