wow - thats alot of questions. Here is what I extracted from that.
1. Results on test-p only cycle, pain of injects, and dosing advice.
I was able to find some test-p only cycle logs on the web. Read these, I've never run test-p by itself.
2. Don't want it in your system long because your job drug tests.
Your job doesnt drug test for gear but if you don't want the esters around for 3 weeks then Test-p is the way to go.
3. PCT advice you were thinking arimidex or femara and also need dosing advice.
Femara (also known as Letrozole) and arimidex are both aromatase inhibitors. They will slow or prevent the conversion of your body's testosterone to estrogen but will not help reduce the effects of the surplus estrogen in your body. For this you will need a SERM like clomid or nolvadex. A natural test booster and cortisol control is also good practice. My choice is sustain alpha and lean xtreme respectively.
4. Should you still have a SERM on hand.
5. hCG information.
Alot out there. Here is a response I wrote to a similar inquiry about 2 weeks ago:
6. OTC support supps like cycle support information.hCG = human chorionic gonadotropin - a hormone that is most commonly linked with pregnancy in females. hCG levels in a pregnant female are drastically higher than a non-pregnant female. The elevated levels of hCG supplement the natural LH levels in the body produced by the pituitary gland. LH-like compounds (LH and hCG) are necessary to prevent the breakdown of the fetus and uterine lining during pregnancy. Increasing the LH levels in the male causes the testes to make their own testosterone. When using AAS the male body shuts down the production of GnRH (gonadotropin-releasing hormone) which tells the pituitary to make LH. Thus, hCH mimics LH and your testes produce testosterone. Long-term use of hCG, however, causes the body to indefinitely shutdown LH and thus hCG needs to be used for short periods of time and at the RIGHT time to get the boys back in the game. An endocrinologist, Dr. Simeons', theorized that the hCG also programmed the hypothalamus to catabolize adipose fat tissue only and not break down lean tissue to protect the fetus in pregnant women. He tested his theory by putting obese men on low doses of hCG and a 500 calorie/day diet. The results were incredible. However, it is important to note the hCG does NOT induce ANY fat loss. Rather the hCG spares the muscle tissue during catabolism. So you go catabolic (which is simply the breakdown of complex molecules into simpler ones) but you don't break down muscle.
I personally run cycle support with my shakes on cycle. I like formex on-cycle to prevent gyno. In PCT I run post cycle support, sustain alpha, and lean xtreme in addition to a SERM for 3-4 weeks and then usually an AI for 2-3 weeks with all the same supps. I go through 2 tubes of S.A., 90 caps lean xtreme, and 90 caps post cycle support for a PCT of a 16 week cycle in addition to the SERM and AI. I also run hCG for all cycles longer than 8 weeks.