HCG dosing help
- 05-02-2009, 01:02 PM
HCG dosing help
I have been on HCG now (2000 units twice a week) for about 1 month and am waiting on some test results from the doc to see how it affected my test levels. Up until about one week ago I was feeling great on it but recently I have noticed a drop in libido, moodiness, sore nipples and joints. Here is my problem; I don't have another appointment with my doctor until July and at my last appointment I was not exhibiting these side effects so the doc told me to stay at the same dosage for now and that we would lower it if need be.
I know that my problem is a high E2 level and I would like to adjust my dosage and if need be my dosing schedule to help with this until my next appointment. I am thinking about dropping down to 1000 units twice a week or 500 units EOD; do you guys think this would help me? My doctor does not want to use Arimidex; he said he would rather lower my dosage to correct for high E2 levels if possible.
- 05-02-2009, 02:51 PM
200-300 IE eod or e3d is what you should use. More just increase E2 and probably prolactin and this is the worst libido destroyer. There are several studies at Journal of endocronology that no more than these 300 is necesary. I have tested this over the years and I can really feel the difference and that this is the way to go. Under a period a did blood samples once a week of testosteron, E2, prolactin and progesterone and the more I did take, the only values that did increace was the "female" ones, testo didnt rise more on 1500 than on 300 IE. More isnt better...
05-02-2009, 03:46 PM
05-02-2009, 06:01 PM
05-19-2009, 09:10 PM
Hey just an update and a question:
I reduced my dosage to 500 units three times a week and that helped alot with libido and joints, but my nipples are still extremely sore. I am actually about to discontinue HCG to see if my body will naturally even out as it did in the past. My question is: is there anything I can take OTC that might help to eliminate the sore nipples? How long will it last after I discontinue HCG?
05-20-2009, 07:29 PM
05-20-2009, 09:33 PM
05-21-2009, 12:07 AM
05-21-2009, 07:29 AM
2.) Test for E2 right away. You can order these tests yourself (ie LEF)
3.) DIMM works for me but is not as powerful as Arimidex or Formex, although my E2 never was very high. It is 100% natural (Formex is not, Arimidex is a drug) which I prefer. But if your E2 is high enough to cause gyno symptoms, DIMM probably won't help much.
4.) For a more powerful OTC AI, I heard good things about IBE's Formex. I believe it is available here at NutraPlanet. I have read that some on TRT take a low dose (25mg) every day in place of Arimidex to keep E2 in check. However, if you are already exhibiting signs of gyno you probably should start with the recommended dosage (do a search) - or just get some Arimidex. Search and ye shall find. Dosage recommendations for Formex and Arimidex are all over these threads.
5.) Do #1 and #2, not #3 or #4 without consulting your doctor.
05-21-2009, 07:36 AM
05-21-2009, 01:12 PM
05-21-2009, 01:21 PM
Those aromotase inhibitors look good and I will definately mention them to my doctor. Maybe he will test my E2 if I let him know that those symptoms of high E2 are persisting. Or, i'll just get an at home test and let him know the results.
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