Staying on test for life

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If I’m 24, what would I be the dangers of me staying on test for the rest of my life at lets say 250mg a week. Not doctor prescribed, not AT ALL saying I’m gonna do is so don’t roast me but genuinely curious
 
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Heart attack/heart failure of any/every sort (there’s more than one kind)
Stroke
Sterility
Infection
Dementia/personality shift
Cancer
Enlarged prostate
Hair loss
Lifelong acne
Testicular atrophy (shrunken balls)
Lowered cognition
High blood pressure
Kidney failure
Enlarged or fatty liver
 
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For a trt doctor, that is the basic obstacle course through which they must guide their patients in order to actually promote longevity rather than reduce it.
 

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Heart attack/heart failure of any/every sort (there’s more than one kind)
Stroke
Sterility
Infection
Dementia/personality shift
Cancer
Enlarged prostate
Hair loss
Lifelong acne
Testicular atrophy (shrunken balls)
Lowered cognition
High blood pressure
Kidney failure
Enlarged or fatty liver
But aside from the above it’s pretty much risk free brother lol
 

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If I’m 24, what would I be the dangers of me staying on test for the rest of my life at lets say 250mg a week. Not doctor prescribed, not AT ALL saying I’m gonna do is so don’t roast me but genuinely curious
Staying on for life should only be through a doctor period. You wanna inject heavy metals and **** for decades straight? I sure as hell wouldn’t.
 

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Heart attack/heart failure of any/every sort (there’s more than one kind)
Stroke
Sterility
Infection
Dementia/personality shift
Cancer
Enlarged prostate
Hair loss
Lifelong acne
Testicular atrophy (shrunken balls)
Lowered cognition
High blood pressure
Kidney failure
Enlarged or fatty liver

I’m on trt for years and literally have none of those. So please stop blowing things out of proportion
 
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I’m on trt for years and literally have none of those. So please stop blowing things out of proportion
But he’s asking for potential dangers. Those are potential dangers. Old witch isn’t saying he’ll get all or any of them but they are possible.
 

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But he’s asking for potential dangers. Those are potential dangers. Old witch isn’t saying he’ll get all or any of them but they are possible.
That’s true, I respect that.
 
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Also if you run bloodwork often (like 3-4 times a year) you can avoid having any of these side effects brought on by testosterone. Tylenol has a slew of negative effects as well if abused
 

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