bringing test back to normal after an illness

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    i got diagnosed with mono for a second time about 3 months ago and I think it wiped out my test levels... I'm feeling lethargic and unmotivated, a lot of anxiety, no positive aggression at all, and my sex drive is DEAD... None of which have EVER been a problem for me untill recently.

    That being said, I'm 27... Are there any supps worth trying to get my test levels back to normal?


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    Quote Originally Posted by arjun4 View Post
    i got diagnosed with mono for a second time about 3 months ago and I think it wiped out my test levels... I'm feeling lethargic and unmotivated, a lot of anxiety, no positive aggression at all, and my sex drive is DEAD... None of which have EVER been a problem for me untill recently.

    That being said, I'm 27... Are there any supps worth trying to get my test levels back to normal?

    Try taking a look at the Testosterone Recovery Stack by Primordial Performance. This stack will help you get back to where you want to be.

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