Hello Guys, particularly old guys. I'm 59 and counting more closely -- became interested in hormone replacement and lifting about eight months ago when I went to a local "Human Performance" center, got a whole raft of blood tests and prescribed testosterone cream and injectable Sermorelin. The Sermoreline did zilch so, after three months, I stopped using it, but the T-cream was great. Noticeable effect after only a week, and my much-used Zamboni & The Hat Trick twins have never been livelier (not in the last fifteen years, anyway.) About six weeks ago, I switched clinics, and am now injecting 1 cc of testosterone with .5 cc Nandrolone, plus 4 ius of HGH every other day, plus taking Armour thyroid and DHEA capsules orally. I workout daily on a Versaclimber, lift every other day, and haven't felt this good in . . . well, fifteen years. I'm starting this thread 1.) to solicit advice from the real pros if you're willing 2.) to begin a dialogue with other old guys 3.) because a prompt floating around on this page kept insisting I've never posted and should, which got irritating after awhile. Maybe it's the testosterone. Which prompts a question: what blood levels of T do full-on bodybuilders try to maintain? Tomlinson.