I have been scouring the internet since giving myself my T, and came across the Fisher Wallace Stimulator in an ad that popped up. The device is an electronic stimulator which is FDA approved for the treatment of depression, insomnia, anxiety, and pain (it is NOT approved for T). Sounds similar of the side effects of T. Info available at: www.fisherwallace.com This electronic stimulator device sounds very much like the process or device being trialed in the UK, in which some members are participating. The device delivers an electrical current, which is passed into the brain using moistened electrodes. The device can be set to different levels of stimulation. The company claims no side effects for approved conditions. Obtaining a device sounds easy, a prescription is required from a practitioner, therapist, etc. Runs around $695 (US). Has anyone tried this for their T? I saw another forum where users were discussing how to make their own rather than paying for the device. My fear is that I would try it, and it would make my T worse without knowing the right frequency, etc. Since there is no help from the medical community for T, I could be worse off than I am today. Your input will be appreciated. Susan W.