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    TRT Levels?

    I'm curious what are your Testosterone levels...

    A) Your Test levels before starting TRT?

    B) Your dosage of Test [ex: 100mg Test C 2x week]?

    C) Your Test levels now while on TRT?

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    Welcome!

    a) <50 too low to count.
    b) 100mg per week. (50mg twice weekly)
    c) 700+

    I could do more, but I'm comfortable where I am.

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    a) about 200
    b) 70mg/week
    c) about 700+

    I wont be upping my dose, as this is the highest amount without my RBC's going above the high end of the range

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    oh, and welcome to the board KIM (Keep It Moving)
    ---Roman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Times Roman View Post
    oh, and welcome to the board KIM (Keep It Moving)
    ---Roman
    Thank you. I'm interested in possibly pursuing TRT but not sure if I would qualify with my numbers. They hover around 500-650.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keep_it_Moving View Post
    Thank you. I'm interested in possibly pursuing TRT but not sure if I would qualify with my numbers. They hover around 500-650.
    with those numbers, there is really no need for TRT.

    And you are 28.

    I'd wait 10 or 15 years and reassess the need for TRT.

    btw, TRT is not something to look forward to. It is meant as a bridge to bring you back to youthful levels. Your T Scores are very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keep_it_Moving View Post
    Thank you. I'm interested in possibly pursuing TRT but not sure if I would qualify with my numbers. They hover around 500-650.
    btw, there are a variety of other things you can do besides TRT in your situation that can make improvements

    for example:

    Ostarine - [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostarine[/url]
    Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides - such as GHRP/cjc1295 stack (about $150+/mo)

    that is if you are pursuing gains in the gym.

    the answer doesn't always have to be anabolics.

    hell, just getting your diet straightened out can do wonders.

    Good luck!
    ---Roman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Times Roman View Post
    with those numbers, there is really no need for TRT.

    And you are 28.

    I'd wait 10 or 15 years and reassess the need for TRT.

    btw, TRT is not something to look forward to. It is meant as a bridge to bring you back to youthful levels. Your T Scores are very good.

    I suppose you are right... maybe sometime down the road then. There just seems to be so many benefits with TRT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keep_it_Moving View Post
    I suppose you are right... maybe sometime down the road then. There just seems to be so many benefits with TRT
    mate

    the benefits are only going to be experienced by those with very low T levels.

    You are confusing a cycle with TRT. Your T levels are fine. Therefore, you would experience no benefit!

    Kapeesh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Times Roman View Post
    mate

    the benefits are only going to be experienced by those with very low T levels.

    You are confusing a cycle with TRT. Your T levels are fine. Therefore, you would experience no benefit!

    Kapeesh?
    No swearing.

    KeepItMoving, you're in good hands with Times Roman - sound advice from the wise ol' one.

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