So this post is going to include a few assumptions..
I have been pondering this lately and wanted to get input from others:
Let's assume you have the same individual in two worlds taking different cycles (this keeps the physiology of the example constant):
Person 1a takes a hefty superdrol dose for 5 weeks (assuming his liver survives) and after a high dose of superdrol for 5 weeks I am assuming that he is almost completely shut down (or as completely as the body will shut down)
Person 1b does a 12 week test cycle. After these twelve weeks he will be shutdown as well.
Both individuals used hcg every 3 days so we can call that constant to not add in extra variables.
Now let's talk recover of these two cases. They are both shutdown to the same level (which is as much as they can be shut down), but one was 7 weeks longer than the other. For this reason would the test cycle need a more elaborate pct/recovery plan or does the only thing matter that they are shut down completely and not the length that they are shut down? Would they both use the same pct or would it be different?
Looking for opinions, personal experiences, science, etc. Chime on in.