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I have taken Nugenix for about 3 years. I swear by it. When I was about 60 my testosterone levels had dropped to about 50T before I did anything about it. I was extremely depressed almost incapable of doing my job. I am a professional in an office responsible for about 150 clients.
My first doctor gave me a T gel that I rubbed in. My second doctor began a testosterone injection regimen 200 mg every two weeks. Believe it or not that did return me to active sexual activity. It wasn’t until I started to take a similar product at GNC that put the hard back in an erection. After starting the injections I could get a limp erection but I could not perform. I could do my job and the injections put a swagger back into my step. Nugenix was the break over point for me. That is my experience without using any medical language.
The problems don't end there, unfortunately. The dosages of these ingredients is unknown. The list on the back of the bottle doesn’t give you any detail on how much of what ingredient is in each capsule. It is important to know how much to determine Nugenix effectiveness. Since Nugenix lists the main ingredients as a “proprietary blend” aka “The Nugenix Testosterone Complex” the manufacturer doesn’t have to give an exact dosage of each ingredient. All that is shown is that Nugenix’s total content of its three main ingredients is 2,103 mg. That's a problem for us as reviewers and us (or you) as consumers.