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Anybody have experience with Low T, ???MD wants to start treatment

My testosterone levels are very Low. In the 300's. I'm thirty years old. I've done some research and see it should be much higher. I have been on anti depressants since I was in my late teens-early twenties. I would imagine it's not a coincidence. I have all of the symptoms of Low T, some which could also be the side effects of ssri's and anxiety meds. I can't go without those meds. Not yet anyway, I've tried and I need medication to function. My GP wants to start me on clomid to raise my T levels. As much as I don't like going on a med due to the possible side effects of other meds, My T levels are low and I can feel the effects of that and I think It should be treated. Just throwing my situation out there to see if any other men have had any experience with this.... any advice or experience is much appreciated. Thanks for reading.
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