i have a quick question regarding hrt bloodwork for u guys. I recently completed a test e and deca cycle I am trying to get on an hrt program and have a blood test coming up it will be exactly four weeks after my last injection when i get the work done. I was doing 200mg a week of each. My question is will this mess up my intitial bloodwork for an hrt program screening. should i wait a little longer to get the lab or is four weeks good. And should i tell them about previous usage
any help would be appreciated thanks
Did you do pct? I would think your bloods would come back a little off at this point. I would wait so you get an accurate blood test of where youre at.
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Shoot 100mg deca the night before, then crawl into the lab for the BW, crying "oh the atrophy, oh the atrophy"
no i did not do any pct so will my test come low in thelabs, this will be my initial screen and have had low test signs for a while before this cycle, which was my first in two years.
I was just wondering if this would come back as acceptable bloodwork to be eligible for a program. If waiting how long do u think i should wait appreciate all the help
You WANT to be on TRT?
i think it would work better for me and keep me more consistent my goals are modest just dont know if should go ahead w bloodwork or push it back
So that is a yes?
When was the last injection of both?
the blood work is scheduled exactly four weeks from when i had the last injections of both
Do you want to be on trt? Yes or no?
what's your age jason?
its been a litte over 2 lost some weight still feel pretty good
you do know this is forever right? 29 seems young to start hrt. i've been on them for about 5 months now, but I'm 38. i think your levels should be back to their regular levels within 4-5 weeks, but someone with more experience will chime in.
have you considered just running a cycle here and there? without going full blown hrt? it's a big commitment.... best of luck man!
just be sure you know it is lifetime and you have thought it through well
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