So Im reading this months Mens Health and on pages 94-97, there is an article about John Robert, 34, an executive London investment banker. Long story short, John feels a bit stressed so finds a private medical clinic that diagnoses him with 'low test' (the article doesnt define what constitutes as low test but does mention how some docs are exploiting people due to testing in the eve when test is lowest etc). He then pays Â£2025 per year for TRT which makes him feel better; getting more sleep, feeling motivated at work and in the gym and even gaining some lean muscle. The article doesnt mention how much test he is injecting each week. The article mentions the possible side affects, but doesnt go into major detail and is making TRT (or at least injecting testosterone) sound like the absolute nuts! Here's my favourite quote: 'The simple fact remains: administering a medically prescribed drug to boost your performance at work does not contravene the rules of most staff handbooks.' At the end of the article, John is asked if he will keep taking test. He reples; 'Yes. Im staying on it the rest of my life'. Is mens health actually promoting steroids as long as they arent directly linking their use to performance enhancement in the gym/in sport? They havent mentioned the word 'steroids' once but seem to be saying taking test is ok (if prescribed by a doctor out to make money from you). It doesnt mention that you would fail a drug test in sport etc if taking this. I just find it strange.