Test and Mood Swings

  1. Test and Mood Swings


    Has anyone had any problems with mood swings and exaggerated mood after taking natural test boosters? I doubled my testosterone in a month on what were apparently incredibly effective boosters (IGF-2+Drive by AN- WOW), but I definitely ended up in a very unstable emotional state.

    I seem to be feeling more stable now that I've stopped taking the primary test booster, but I want to be sure it was the test and not some other coincidence.

    Feedback would be appreciated!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by KDLMaj View Post
    Has anyone had any problems with mood swings and exaggerated mood after taking natural test boosters? I doubled my testosterone in a month on what were apparently incredibly effective boosters (IGF-2+Drive by AN- WOW), but I definitely ended up in a very unstable emotional state.

    I seem to be feeling more stable now that I've stopped taking the primary test booster, but I want to be sure it was the test and not some other coincidence.

    Feedback would be appreciated!
    As I mentioned before, I have never experienced this...I would have thought that an increased in ESTROGEN might cause such issues, but not an increase in Testosterone.

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