Posted 11/23/2016 11:16 AM (GMT -7)
Guys, I don't have the links readily available like Tall Allen does, but a while ago there was a study performed to test the T response of PCa patients after cessation of ADT. IIRC, the study stratified the patients by age and length of time on ADT. It found, for example, that among patients in their late 60's to early 70's, endogenous (natural bodily) T production re-started in only about 30-35% of the population, and that for most of those successful cases, it took from 6 months to about 3 years to reach whatever peak level it hit.
In other words, don't for a minute blindly accept your doctor's assertion that "You'll be fine. After a couple of months, your natural T production will come back to normal." It may. It may not. It could take a long time, too.