That being said I am troubled by this huge, new "low T" marketing campaign. For me, it brings up some issues that need to be resolved.
First, I thought that it was understood that drugs were illegal, not because they helped us, but because they were dangerous. I don't understand making something illegal just because it makes you better. Sorry, I want protection from danger, not great performances. If doctors -- in great numbers -- are prescribing this drug, then it seems the onus is on the governing bodies to defend themselves here. I guess I've got nothing more really. The docs and the drug rules have got to fight this out. Personally, I don't think more "T" will help me much because I don't think mine is low. I also would never do it because it's cheating and I have seen how passionate folks here are about cheating in triathlon. However, in the battle for hearts and minds, the "if it works just don't use it" folks are losing me here.