Hi Richard........interesting post. I am a little over two years post surgery for PCa. My "T" levels, while not abysmal, have been running in the mid 300's since surgery. I've had all the typical symptoms that you read about. My uro, who was reticient to supplement, agreed to do it once I posted an undetectable pSA at 2 years. I just passed day 45 on bio-identical testosterone cream applied daily at 50mg/ml strength (entry-level strength, but just getting my uro to consent was part of the bargain). Working in conjunction with a compounding pharmacy and am also taking 25 mg of DHEA 5 days per week. So far, minimal improvement, if any. I got lab work done 3 days ago, and the prelim results should be here in a couple of day. 3 month PSA check in another 5 weeks---I have read all the studies that you refer to, pro and con, and encourage you to read books by Morgentaler and Shippen, if you haven't done so already. How was testoterone administered to you? Gel, cream, shots, pellets?
There is another guy on the Forum here who has/is being treated by Eugene Shippen. Perhaps he will chime in....also, there are guys here who are much farther down the road with "T" supplementation than I am, and could provide more long-term feedback. Keep us posted, and we'll continue the dialogue.
Arnie in DE