Just curious how you find a doctor that specializes in sports medicine? I thought these doc's mainly dealth with sports injuries and were not family DR's. I would love to find a doctor that specializes in sports medicine.
In the past, I have kept my use from my DR but am currently looking for a doctor that is willing to do bloodwork and monitor me while on AAS. My T levels are low naturally as well, so I am hoping to get on the Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). My last DR chalked my low T up to stress. Right now, I am on self-perscribed Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) but am hoping to get it legitimately and get monitored. I have an appointment with a new DR at the end of the month and am hoping for the best.
Once I find a DR that I am comfortable talking to, I will have no problem admitting my use. I bet your sports doctor has heard it all before bro. Just be straight and upfront with him and approach it from a health standpoint (that you have decided to use Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) and that you would like your blood monitored to make sure everything is okay). The worst that can happen is a quick lecture about Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) and then at least he will know when he is reading your bloodwork why something might be out of wack.