I can’t really comment without knowing your numbers or how much T you’re on. But Arimidex is a pretty strong drug. I used to take .25 a couple times a week and it tanked me. Depression, loss of just about everything, mood swings you name it. (Thing is, I didn’t even realize I was low until after I finally managed to control things. Looking back now I don’t know how I made it through to be honest) These days I take 1/8th a cut from a 1mg pill perhaps every two weeks. But what made a big difference for me (and I was really resistant to trying this) was splitting my dose and taking it twice a week. (So if you’re on 1ml a week do .5ml every 3-4 days) I know it seems like it wouldn’t help much, but it does. The idea behind this is that your T levels never spike high enough to convert over to Estrogen. I highly suggest it. Since doing so, I rarely have to take Arimidex to correct my estrogen levels. It took about 2 weeks but my drive, energy, thought process everything is what I would consider back to normal if not better than pre TRT.
Men over 50 are concerned about what they hear of the possibility of prostatic cancer. When to screen, when to perform a rectal exam and when to undergo prostatic biopsies and also at what intervals. Bad biopsies may give a whip to the prostate to develop CANCER.
When the PSA is in the gray zone between and there is no need for biopsies or medications if the free PSA level is not high and the ratio above 25.
One of the signs to remember for further investigations is the steadily rising PSA from yeah to year by one percent.
This is to say that anxiety in men should be controlled by good advice rather by extensive invasion of privacy. However trouble in urination and alike symptoms and abnormal values of free PSA and any ratio between the free PSA and the total less than 10 become a compulsory rule for investigation.
Other therapies. Other treatments that have been studied for tinnitus include transcutaneous electrical stimulation of parts of the inner ear by way of electrodes placed on the skin or acupuncture needles, and stimulation of the brain using a powerful magnetic field (a technique called repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, or rTMS). Transcutaneous electrical stimulation has been shown to be no more effective than a placebo. In two small trials, rTMS compared with a sham procedure helped improve the perception of tinnitus in a few patients.