I'll do this in the order posted.
mspt98 - Haven't tried the Trimix yet but don't really see a need since I am like you and have a lack of interest. Wasn't that way very often before all this. I don't want the cancer back either but after researching the internet (some links on original post) I'm not that nervous about doing testosterone replacement therapy. I am impressed with the studies from Harvard, Baylor, California, etc. contradicting the original study from 60 years ago. My Oncologist and Urilogist say I read/research too much on the internet, I think they need to do more of it. I have to live with this and its effects the rest of my life. Sorry, didn't mean to get on my soap box.
Swimom - Waiting for a couple of years or more seems to be the norm but the newer studies are disproving the old school of thought that testosterone feeds cancer cells. Also it is hard to argue the logic one doctor pointed out; If testosterone caused prostate cancer why would you not have it between the ages of 18-22 years old when testosterone levels are at their highest? And why would almost all prostate cancer develop in men when their testosterone levels have dropped off to low levels?
Reachout - you are not the first one to ask this. I really don't know. I was just following the advice of my doctors when this was all new to me. I had originally said no but my Oncologist and Urilogist both insisted that I needed to. They both said that mine was fast growing and aggressive, and that any remnant cancer cells could grow quickly again.
Thanks everyone for their input. I am hard headed but I do value your opinions.