This isn't your typical thread asking about proper cycle spacing- so the mundane & obvious replies can be skipped.
Ran an Mdrol cycle that began on Oct 5 and ended short Oct 24 primarily due to being sick(see my older thread). Been doing follow-up bloodwork, and the system (lipids, cholest, liver values, etc) are normal. I also was not satisfied with the gains, as compared to when I ran OG SD. PCT lasted 2 weeks and 1 day (Serm[Nolva] & AX]...so Nov 8 was the last day of PCT
Usually I'll run 1-2 solid cycles at most a year and space things out beyond the typical time on + pct= time off measure, just to ensure complete hormonal-homeostasis & that my androgen receptors are fresh.
Seeing little yield in this past cycle that was cut pretty short (less than 3 weeks), I'm eager to do a worthwhile cycle. I'm debating starting a different cycle at the end of December, which is about 7 weeks after my last day of PCT and well beyond time on + pct= time off protocol.
I know by the books this sounds fine, but I would like to know the general input/opinion from experienced users. Do you think androgen receptors will have ample time since my last brief cycle to yield worthwhile gains- or should I just be conservative and wait a few more months.
Thanks in advance.