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Gaggi

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  1. Yes, I'm from the USA. NYC to be exact.....
  2. Huh? Say again? Screenshot taken from my lab report:
  3. The numbness is limited to my left pinkie, and has gotten somewhat better lately. Sigh..... Instead of answers to my questions, I seem to only get somewhat snide admonition. I'll have to make my own way, I suppose. I always do....
  4. Thanks for your input, guys. But my question remains: How do non-testosterone AAS effect the level of testosterone in your blood?
  5. Hi guys, I've been on TRT now for several months. 200 mg / week of Test C with 1 mg / week of Anastrozole (Arimidex). I inject and ingest together twice a week; I cut the weekly dosage in half for each dosing. I'm under the supervision of an MD and get my blood work done every 10 weeks. Everything is fine. My estrogen, progesterone, prolactin, lipids, etc. are all normal. Some are at the high end of normal, but normal nonetheless. The only exception is my free testosterone which is twice the high end of normal. My MD is not happy with this; he wants to cut my dose in half to 100 mg / week. I don't want the dose to change; I feel GREAT on this stuff. I pleaded with my doctor to keep the dose the same, and he agreed for the time being. But, when I take my next blood test in 7 weeks and the levels still come back high as I'm sure they will, I'm about 99% sure he's going to cut the dose despite my protestations. So..... In such an event, I'm left with a few options: OPTION 1: Just take the half dose and learn to live with 100 mg / week (I REALLY don't like this one) OPTION 2: Find another MD who'll prescribe at 200 mg /week despite blood levels (This is a definite possibility) OPTION 3: Abandon the legal MD approach all together and just go full black market UL (I'd rather not, but I'll exercise this option if necessary) OPTION 4: Take my current MD's new prescription of 100 mg / week and then in addition supplement on the side with a UL non testosterone AAS. So, my question is what do non testosterone AAS do to testosterone levels in the blood? For example, if I took 100 mg / week of Test C that brought my levels to normal (not twice normal like I'm experiencing now) and then added 100 mg /week or boldenone or nandrolone or something else on top of the testosterone, what would my testosterone blood levels look like? Do non-testosterone AAS get detected by blood tests as testosterone because they look so similar to testosterone? Or, do they go undetected? Thanks.
  6. Hi guys, I've been on TRT now for several months. 200 mg / week of Test C with 1 mg / week of Anastrozole (Arimidex). I inject and ingest together twice a week; I cut the weekly dosage in half for each dosing. I'm under the supervision of an MD and get my blood work done every 10 weeks. Everything is fine. My estrogen, progesterone, prolactin, lipids, etc. are all normal. Some are at the high end of normal, but normal nonetheless. The only exception is my free testosterone which is twice the high end of normal. Within the past few days, I've begun experiencing numbness in my extremities. Specifically, I've experienced numbness in my fingers and lower lip. My left pinkie is practically useless. Have any of you experienced the same sort of thing on gear in general or TRT specifically? Is this a common side effect of testosterone use? Or is this the beginning of Lou Gehrig's disease? Am I going to end up like Stephen Hawking minus the 200 IQ?!?
  7. Go on, sir.... How did it affect you exactly?
  8. Hey, Is it possible to blast and cruise test + tren without losing your mind?
  9. Hey guys, I know that this sort of thing is specific to the individual. Though, assuming my genetics put me somewhere in the neighborhood of average, what would be the lowest weekly dose of Trenbolone that would produce a desirable effect? Thanks.
  10. Well, this thread to an interesting turn, huh?
  11. I'm 42. Yes, my income is a function of my appearance. I want to B&C as I'm always looking to push the envelope. It looks like I handle a low 200 mg/week cruise dose quite well; I'd like to see what happens at 500 mg/week. I think it'll just be Test C for now. Yes, I'm getting pharm grade hormone with a script, and I'm under the guidance of a medical doctor. I've been on for almost a month, and my first on-cycle blood test is next week. Jesus, sounds like your blast has become your new cruise. I'm on for life as well. Looks like I was born with an inadequate endocrine system, and I've been suffering from a hormone deficiency my whole life. I'll need at least the 200 mg/week just to function normally.
  12. Gee, thanks. Big help.....
  13. Hey guys, My questions is for the more experienced blast & cruisers. I'm currently on a TRT protocol of 200 mg/week of Test C along with .5 mg/week of Arimidex. Everything is going fine; there are no negative side effects that I can discern. Moreover, I have blood work coming up next week. Assuming that everything comes back OK, and I don't see why it wouldn't, I'll be on that weekly dose indefinitely. But....... I'm thinking about blast and cruising. I'd like the cruise to be that 200 mg/week TRT dose, and I'd like to blast at 500 mg/week. How long should I blast for? How much higher should my AI dose be while blasting? Thanks.
  14. What gauge are the orange ones? For delts, how long should the needle be? I feel like an inch would be too long. Northern Jersey, NYC area.........
  15. He did give me a cursory explanation of what to do. He actually offered to have his medical staff pin me bi-weekly, though I declined. Medical insurance here in The States is a racket; the more you stress your insurance with doctor's visits and the like, the more likely they are to refuse payment. I always try to leave as small a footprint with respect to insurance as possible, so I elected to pin myself. Besides, I like being self-sufficient. What would an uncontrollable cough immediately post injection signify? Is this where Tren cough comes from? Do smaller gauges cause more pain when piercing through skin and muscle? He gave a quick explanation. I figured I'd just find a YouTube video or something. Yep, I'm a Yank..... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OK. So, it's been more than 24 hours since my first self-administered jab. Skin looks fine, no redness or irritation. There was a very slight, almost imperceptible soreness in my right glute yesterday, but other than that, no pain. I ran my hand over the injection site for a bit and found no discernible lumps or bumps. I'm gonna go ahead and chalk up my first jab as a success. Though, what about my upcoming jabs? I plan on injecting on Sunday at 12 am and Wednesday at 12 pm, thereby dividing the week into two even halves. Can my next jab be in the same place? Can it be in the same muscle but different area of the muscle? Should it be in a completely different area altogether? I'm mindful of building up scar tissue in the muscle or otherwise damaging the muscle through excessive injection. What are signs that a muscle is being fatigued from over-pinning? How about just alternating glutes? Is that wise?
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