Kratom ruining your test levels #beware#

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Those who are not on trt and use kratom daily should be aware that it's known to significantly lower test levels to the point it lower libido in many. I know many here use daily, for those NOT on trt how has this effected gains, gym performance, and test levels if you happen to have blood work.
 

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Google and Reddit and you'll find the info you want. It works on the same receptors as opioids which has tons of proof to lower test levels to low levels and reduce libido. I'm not here to prove anything only to discuss with people who this has effected.
 

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Google and Reddit and you'll find the info you want. It works on the same receptors as opioids which has tons of proof to lower test levels to low levels and reduce libido. I'm not here to prove anything only to discuss with people who this has effected.
 
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It raises prolactin, and can lower testosterone. Typically depends on frequency and dose of use. A good thing to take prolactin support when taking Kratom.
 

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Raised prolactin can cause puffy nips as well correct? I'd assume it could do that but never heard of users lactating or anything
 
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Google and Reddit and you'll find the info you want. It works on the same receptors as opioids which has tons of proof to lower test levels to low levels and reduce libido. I'm not here to prove anything only to discuss with people who this has effected.
S’all good...I’m not a kratom user (tried it a couple times made a thread on it too)
 

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I would like to see more clinical data about Kratom and OPIAD. Kratoms alkaloids display biased mu agonism, are also Delta agonist and there are other alkaloids with different MOAs, so the outcome could be different from classical mu agonists.
 

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