"What do you have for low testosterone?" he asked.
"We have AndroGel, a topical gel you apply, and a testosterone injection. You doctor might prescribe something else depending on your situation."
"Can I get one?"
"They require a prescription."
"What do you have over the counter?"
"There isn't anything over the counter to help with low testosterone that's panned out in studies," I reply.
"How much is that AndroGel?"
"It's very expensive. You'll have to call your insurance to see if it is covered and how much your co-pay would be."
"Can't I just buy it from you?" he asks, then winks.
"No, we need a prescription." I'm tempted to wink back, but let it go.
"Don't you have any pills I can take by mouth for low testosterone?"
"Can I just buy that injection from you?" he asks, and winks again.
He shakes his head, mumbles something about bad service, and walks off.