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High PSA (6.75) - want testosterone replacement anyway

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 Posted 8/12/2012 3:55:47 PM
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Diane - Thanks. Was aware of the exercise/sexual activity prohibitions after I really started delving into all of this. Not really an issue any longer as I'm not even tracking my PSA level anymore.

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 Posted 12/17/2012 10:15:41 AM
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Tom. (6/14/2011)
Isn't Life Extension Mix LEF's flagship/signature product? The cornerstone to a LEF supplement regimen? Any word as to why Mr. Faloon doesn't take that?


I found that especially interesting/amusing too, Tom. Maybe he is one of those "members who want to take nutrients separately" (LE Annual Directory 2012-2013, Reco 1B) ... ! Seriously, I'm sure it's not some kind of anti-endorsement of Life Extension Mix; for me anyway, LEM's awesome array of botanical extracts alone makes it practically irresistible. Judging by his list of supplements Mr. Faloon may be effectively personalizing his own version.

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