Here's another question for all you trt veterans. I just finished my 2cd shot on trt and since i'm going to be doing this for the rest of my life it just dawned on me that i'm going to end up with a ton of needles, How do you guys properly dispose of your needles, i mean the rest of our lives adds up to alot of dirty needles. Lol
There is one I got at CVS which also comes with a return box. I dispose the container at work so not sure how much it actually costs to ship, though.
Any reason you guys make it complicated? Seal them up and trash em.
Doesn't matter to me, she's the one that disposes of them. However, I'd rather give the "overboard" advice versus someone just tossing dirty sharps in the trash. Just my opinion.
Don't worry, man, someday I'ma be nobody too.
I just pop the top back on and toss them. The new BD Eclipse needles actually have a locking guard now.
Yes that box allows you to ship back to the company, by the way it's illegal to dispose of "biohazardous" materials in the city garbage, not that any checks but IF they did ... Look out buddy.
I just throw them in my paint and oil cans before throwing them in the trash.
I put my used syringe and needles in my empty Camel snus cans. They fit perfect, I have a ton of em saved, just throw em out.
I took my 2cd shot the other day. When I've used test in the past I used to really notice it kick in after about 4 weeks. Can I assume it will be the same on trt? And can I assume obviously that its going to be a much more subtle feeling ? ? How did you guys start to feel when your trt finally started to kick in??
I have a good friend who is not as much into lifting, but had recently got prescribed TRT, as his doc said his levels were quite low and wants to help him control some BF and get his libido back.
That said, I talked to him yesterday and he said he is apparently not responding well, since he is retaining water and a few other things. I asked him if an AI would help and has his doc prescribed one!? He said no and went on to tell me about all the **** he got from his urologist and his MD about taking something like arimidex.
My question is...,
Do they even have a legal AI, that they prescribe for men? Since both his doctors told him they cannot or will not prescribe him a female cancer drug, for apparent fears or repercussions and law suits!?
He says his libido is up/good, but he looks rather puffed up from the water and his doc says Lasix is about the absolute worst thing on your kidneys that you could ever use.