Guys, research showed that 250iu SC EOD is a replacement dose in terms of restoring intratesticular testosterone levels in young normal men who are HPTA repressed with T injections. Higher doses, as pointed out above create high E2 levels and those high E2 levels are mostly not controllable with anastrozole. And high doses can desensitized the LH receptor cells, which is a really making things worse. Higher for a very brief period of time might be OK, but there is no data in any case. You will find a lot of old references on the WW about using high doses. There is a lot of bro-science where they all tell each other crap. You have to be very careful about what you hear on steroid forums.
In any case, one needs to test for E2 and T levels. If E2 is high and cannot be managed with anastrozole then you need less hCG. Some cannot manage 250iu EOD.
Never stack hCG and SERMs as the increase in LH plus the hCG has the same effect as too much hCG.
Most docs are idiots, found another one.
hCG mono therapy can work for younger guys with secondary hypogonadism - rare to see good results with older guys.
If you had an earlier thread, this belonged there.
Your increased anastrozole may be useless. Some have taken 1mg/day or more and not been able to win [or afford] the high dose hCG game. If you understand how this competitive drugs works then you could understand how it cannot control T-->E2 inside the testes where hCG may push intratesticular testosterone levels up to 100 times higher than serum levels.