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  1. Quote Originally Posted by bigdavid

    and you have so much laying around lol
    Yeah it's tempting but I have numerous health concerns that I'm currently trying to figure out. At this point it would only complicate everything I'm attempting to resolve.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Yeah it's tempting but I have numerous health concerns that I'm currently trying to figure out. At this point it would only complicate everything I'm attempting to resolve.
    yeah for sure get health under control first then have some fun with it after everything is figured out.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    That's because the details aren't as big a deal when you don't have to worry about recovery. Say you are normally at 100Mg every 5 days. Well that's your cruise, and blast at whatever level + time spam makes sense for your situation. 500 a week of cyp for 12 Weeks, 600 a week of prop for 8 Weeks, whatever
    i think you misunderstood me..i know what blast and cruise is and you dont have to worry about recovery if u r on trt..i was just wondering what the guys on this forum blast and cruise looked like..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohiostate2827 View Post
    i think you misunderstood me..i know what blast and cruise is and you dont have to worry about recovery if u r on trt..i was just wondering what the guys on this forum blast and cruise looked like..
    I think you'll find exactly as many variations as you find people replying everyone does it differently, and they don't even necessarily do the blasts the same way each time, even if their cruise is the same every time. Mine varies a lot.
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  5. GREAT THREAD!!!

    I start TRT next week and look forward to it. Down side is that the Dr will only give the injections in his office and will not write prescriptions.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Meister View Post
    GREAT THREAD!!!

    I start TRT next week and look forward to it. Down side is that the Dr will only give the injections in his office and will not write prescriptions.
    tell him to write u a scrip cuz u cant afford driving back and forth cuz of gas prices..

  7. Quote Originally Posted by ohiostate2827
    tell him to write u a scrip cuz u cant afford driving back and forth cuz of gas prices..
    That could work. I don't know if you would have to pay for each of these office visits but if that's the case you could add that to the argument. However, if the doc makes all his money from in office injections or doesnt trust you for some reason I doubt anything would help.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Meister View Post
    GREAT THREAD!!!

    I start TRT next week and look forward to it. Down side is that the Dr will only give the injections in his office and will not write prescriptions.
    The sooner you get the doc to let you self-inject the more you are out to get in the script as far as dose goes. Why? Well, if you let him inject you for "x" number of weeks and he does blood work ever so often he will for sure know how much it takes to put you at what ever level "he" wants you at (most docs want you at mid-range at the highest).

    On the other hand, if you somehow get him to let you do it at home.......lol.....well, all you got to do is follow his directions up until about three weeks out from blood work and at that time stop your shots and you will for sure still be low and he will see a need to up your dose a bit to try and get you in range. After you do that a few times you will be getting a pretty hefty dose.

    When it comes to doing such things you have to really be carful as to know exactly when your doc expects the blood work cause if he calls you one day and say "hey, I need you to come in and give me blood today".......lol.....if your in the middle of a mini cycle of double or triple what he thinks your taking......well, lets just say he want be pleased.

    BTW, I had that to happen to me. What I did was this: I told the doc's nurse that called that I was on my way out of town and that I would not be back in town for a couple of weeks...........problem solved...........lol........ju st don't been seen during said time by anyone that may drop the dime on you. As a matter of fact the less people you tell your on trt the better off you are.

    Good luck

  9. Some people begin trt due to serious health concerns and are just looking to live a functional life. If you are always fooling the doctor you will never know for yourself where you stand at certain doses (without private testing) and are putting your health at risk.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Some people begin trt due to serious health concerns and are just looking to live a functional life. If you are always fooling the doctor you will never know for youself where you stand at certain doses (without private testing) and are putting your health at risk.
    Exactly. The point of TRT isn't to beat the system to allow yourself to do "legal" cycles. People that are doing this are ruining it for the people that want to live a happy, functional life- which is very possible with mid to mid-high range test levels.
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