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Is this a true fact about testosterone?

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    Is this a true fact about testosterone?


    As is the case with other hormones, the best benefits with the fewest side effects are usually found in the middle range, approximately the 400-600 ng/dl range for testosterone, with problems occurring at either extreme of the spectrum.

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    I believe the medical community defines the normal range as 241-800 ng/dl. I've seen figures close to 1000 ng/dl (normal and natural). I'd say anything in the 600-800 range may be optimal, but I'm not an endo, so don't set that in stone.
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    no, it isn't true.

    i think you mean 400-600mg.

    my natural test was 828 last i checked. and i don't have any ''problems''.
    For me, the action IS the juice.
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    I have found the best results from test to be in the 400-600mg area, when I went above 750mg I had no increased gains and the negative side effects were dramatically worse
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    Quote Originally Posted by soontobbeast View Post
    no, it isn't true.

    i think you mean 400-600mg.

    my natural test was 828 last i checked. and i don't have any ''problems''.
    Dude your a bear do you take any supplements was your level always that high or did working out increase it.
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    my baseline is round 450.feels bad man
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty music View Post
    my baseline is round 450.feels bad man
    Dude mine too what do you mean by it feels bad do you bodybuild and did that help it increase.I heard 400-600 ng/dl was considered normal on my last test mine was 428 ng/dl.I think mine was lower in the morning cause I got my blood taken at 10:00 in the morning and I slept bad and masturbated the night before the test.
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    Free testosterone is going to be a much more accurate measure of testosterone levels. If someone has 1000 ng/dl and 95% is bound up, they have a bit less active test than someone at 750 ng/dl with 90% bound up.
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    the range is 250-1100 so 450 doesnt seem like a good number,yes i hve gotten in to bodybuilding it went up to 450 from about 430.oh but i will be enjoying my TRT in the future
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