My DAA bloodwork....

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  1. My DAA bloodwork....


    So,I do bloods with every new promising ingredient I try out.

    I have been on DAA for 14 days at 3g per day.

    What do you,intelligent people think happened to my test levels?


  2. the suspense is killing me, killler
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  3. Well take a guess Lutz!

  4. Levels are the same? I just have a feeling for this answer for some reason haha
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  5. Haha!

    We have a winner!
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    Haha!

    We have a winner!
    What do I get? Lol just playin
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  7. You win some rep!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    You win some rep!
    Saw that. Thank you kind sir
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  9. So how long is this cycle ?

    When will you do bloods again ?

    What type of DAA are you using ?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    Well take a guess Lutz!
    My guess is that your levels are the same ;p

    So I guess the question is, did you experience the typical feelings commonly associated with DAA or other test boosters even though there was no difference in the blood work?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Lutztenways View Post
    My guess is that your levels are the same ;p

    So I guess the question is, did you experience the typical feelings commonly associated with DAA or other test boosters even though there was no difference in the blood work?
    I definitely experienced a boost in libido.

    Since it`s not due to testosterone,I`m curious to what mechanism I could atribute this?Dopamine?
    Possibly just placebo too.

    As with other test boosters,I have experienced no strength nor mass gain.

  12. And should I mention also that vitamin D also did not affect my test levels at all.

    I took 5000 IU per day for 2 months and there was zero change in total T.


    I don`t know what`s up with those studies on NCBI that everyone takes for granted.




    Obviously fabricated,in my opinion and experience.

  13. p.s. it`s not like I have mid-to-high T so I don`t get affected.

    I have low T(280-320 ng/dl) and my testosterone should obviously been affected,if those were not a bunch of lies.

  14. Do you know why you have low t? Have you considered that maybe whatever is causing the low t might also have something to do with why the DAA was ineffective?
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  15. what others have u put to the test

  16. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Do you know why you have low t? Have you considered that maybe whatever is causing the low t might also have something to do with why the DAA was ineffective?
    Well that``s a good guess but we don`t know if that is possible.



    I don`t yet know why I have low T.

    I have been to dr about it and the problem is not in the testes nor brain.

    Balls are fine,and so is LH.

    One possible reason is Hashimoto`s,which I may have.


    Anyway,this crazy doc wouldn`t give me TRT or anything because my sperm count is great.

    I just wanted,for my peace of mind,to increase it somewhat and not have such ****ty levels all the time.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    And should I mention also that vitamin D also did not affect my test levels at all.

    I took 5000 IU per day for 2 months and there was zero change in total T.


    I don`t know what`s up with those studies on NCBI that everyone takes for granted.




    Obviously fabricated,in my opinion and experience.
    Even in the research, DAA did not work for everyone. You could have been one of those few (around 15% IIRC).

    What else did you get tested?
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    Well that``s a good guess but we don`t know if that is possible.

    I don`t yet know why I have low T.

    I have been to dr about it and the problem is not in the testes nor brain.

    Balls are fine,and so is LH.

    One possible reason is Hashimoto`s,which I may have.

    Anyway,this crazy doc wouldn`t give me TRT or anything because my sperm count is great.

    I just wanted,for my peace of mind,to increase it somewhat and not have such ****ty levels all the time.
    I see. Well, good luck getting to the bottom of it. I was also wondering if you ever took a break from DAA after you started the lower dose a while ago?
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    Even in the research, DAA did not work for everyone. You could have been one of those few (around 15% IIRC).

    What else did you get tested?
    Just T.

    The thing is,I haven`t read anyone yet reporting higher T from DAA.

    All I read is that people had it lower or the same.

    And the response they got usually was "You could be non-responder.Not everyone in the research group had elevated test"

  20. Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I see. Well, good luck getting to the bottom of it. I was also wondering if you ever took a break from DAA after you started the lower dose a while ago?
    Yes,I took a 3 week break,and I did the full dose this time for 14 days.

    And thanks!

    I`ll see if treating the possible Hashimoto will raise my T.

    I really believe now that there is no supplement that actually raises total T.

    There are some that raise free T but that`s not enough.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    Just T.

    The thing is,I haven`t read anyone yet reporting higher T from DAA.

    All I read is that people had it lower or the same.

    And the response they got usually was "You could be non-responder.Not everyone in the research group had elevated test"
    Look harder.

    I am not necessarily sticking up for DAA. There is positive bloodwork, negative bloodwork, neutral bloodwork. It isn't hard to find though, I searched it and the first link that came up took me to sets of bloods. Some had T increases, some had higher E increases.

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  22. Are you taking any supplements or mess for hashimoto?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    p.s. it`s not like I have mid-to-high T so I don`t get affected.

    I have low T(280-320 ng/dl) and my testosterone should obviously been affected,if those were not a bunch of lies.
    Actually, people with low T are unresponsive to most testosterone boosters out there unless they specifically address the biochemical cause of low T in that individual.

    I would actually expect better results in someone with normal T.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    Just T.

    The thing is,I haven`t read anyone yet reporting higher T from DAA.

    All I read is that people had it lower or the same.

    And the response they got usually was "You could be non-responder.Not everyone in the research group had elevated test"
    2 human trials is the best evidence you can hope for. The relevance of a small handful of bloodwork (of which many have been really positive on BB.com btw) is nil

  25. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Actually, people with low T are unresponsive to most testosterone boosters out there unless they specifically address the biochemical cause of low T in that individual.

    I would actually expect better results in someone with normal T.
    I heard it the other way around,that if you have normal levels,you don`t get a boost,and if you are suppressed,it helps bounce you back.

    Although,I am not suppressed by steroids or anything,so that wouldn`t apply to me.


    Maybe I should get bloods for Hashimoto then.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by Killler View Post
    I heard it the other way around,that if you have normal levels,you don`t get a boost,and if you are suppressed,it helps bounce you back.

    Although,I am not suppressed by steroids or anything,so that wouldn`t apply to me.
    Whoever told you that is wrong. Testosterone production is a tightly regulated, multistep pathway. If one of your "steps" (say, StAR) is "broken," you won't produce enough testosterone, and taking a testosterone booster that boosts, say, LH, won't fix that issue.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    2 human trials is the best evidence you can hope for. The relevance of a small handful of bloodwork (of which many have been really positive on BB.com btw) is nil
    Those human trials don`t mean much to me unfortunately....

    There are 3 of those vitamin D Austrian clinical trials,that show an increase in test from 2500 IU per day,and so I tried that too,and there results were none(5000 IU every day for 2 months)/

  28. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Whoever told you that is wrong. Testosterone production is a tightly regulated, multistep pathway. If one of your "steps" (say, StAR) is "broken," you won't produce enough testosterone, and taking a testosterone booster that boosts, say, LH, won't fix that issue.
    Mr.Coop,what other "steps" could be broken?

    I have normal LH and normal balls.

    What else could it be,if you know,in Hashimoto`s for example,that would cause this?

    Mind you,I had tested FT3 and it was normal,but my TSH was elevated.

    I haven`t been able to find an explanation anywhere for the link beetwen Hashimoto`s and testosterone.

  29. I also took DAA for over a month and zero increase in test. (250 was my number). I've been in the Low 300s for at least 5 years. I'm now on HCG and feel like a new man (been a month). Getting bloods on the 28th.

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  30. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    I also took DAA for over a month and zero increase in test. (250 was my number). I've been in the Low 300s for at least 5 years. I'm now on HCG and feel like a new man (been a month). Getting bloods on the 28th.

    Bean's 1st contest prep (Lecheek last 8 weeks)
    Good luck man!

    I don`t believe HCG is for me,since I have normal LH.

    I believe I am getting depressed and will soon be on SSRIs(which is not such a big deal for me)

    I only wish the doc gave me some TRT,I would be fine now.
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