I have been a gymrat for over 22 years off and on. As a young man I experimented with aas and would read anything I could get my hands on about the subject. Before the internet there was little of this type of content. Just over 3 years ago I turned 39 and had chronic fatigue. I had been out of the gym for about 8 years and decided I was out of shape and it was time for a change. I resumed training. I went to my doctor a few months later and found out I needed hormone replacement therapy as my testosterone levels were low and I was slightly hypothyroid. I resumed my interest in how these compounds effect the human body and was amazed at the amount of information available online regarding aas. I have an inquisitive mind about science and love learning new information. In the last 3 years I have experimented with these compounds once again and in 2008 started writing about their effects for MD forums.
Robert D kindly invited me to this site and I hope to continue learning and sharing about all aspects of Bodybuilding.
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Welcome to IM, you have some big gunz what are they 18''?
PM me photos of this monster
already a mod, you have some serious street cred.
heavy iron is the most heterosexual on these boards, so gay-boys back off!
I had my blood tested related to general fatigue and being 45+. My total test was 597 ng/dl. That doctor didn't mention HRT at all and considering my diet is garbage, my training is slack, and I only get about 5 hours of sleep per night, I haven't pressed the issue.
welcome dude.. I remember in the 80's there was damn very little AAS information you could find that was crediable