let me just share some perspective with you:
first off, I’m not against steroids at all, for TRT or “recreational” use. I am against faking a test, especially in a situation where you’ve gotten tested before, never saw the results for yourself, don’t know what they were other than “low”. Maybe you need to be on testosterone, or maybe you don’t- without test results in your hand to really know what you’re talking about, you may be going forward with something that is unnecessary, and if it’s unnecessary let me assure you- it’s a pain in the ass.
I am on TRT now going on 4 months, since a month or two in the extreme fatigue I was experiencing has been GONE. there’s been a day here or there where I feel it, but this stuff isn’t magic and can’t undo several nights in a row of bad sleep, etc. My workouts haven’t changed, my strength hasn’t skyrocketed, I’m not gaining slabs of muscle- I simply don’t have the fatigue anymore. Perhaps if I were on the weaker side before I would’ve seen obvious strength increases, who knows. Point being- true TRT isn’t worth it unless you NEED it!
anyway- to get a script FOR TRT PURPOSES- I’d really suggest making sure you actually need it first by not faking the test. if you truly have low numbers there’s no need- take your low numbers and your multiple symptoms I’d assume you have, and tell the doc exactly what you want. if doc won’t play ball find a new one that will. i think in a lot of cases a doc can be pursueded by simply asking “well can we try X for a month and see how it goes?” even if they don’t think it’s the best idea- it’s one month, not a big deal. then in a month you tell them you feel great and want to keep going.
if you want to get the script under the guise of TRT, to then stockpile for some cycles…fuck it, have at it. just keep in mind with a TRT dose prescription it will take you a while (8-10months) to build up enough for a legit cycle, and you’ll have blood tests in the mean time that the doc will find odd results if you actually aren’t using the Test.
Just some things to think about.
lastly- don’t know how it is in Canada, but if you get to the point of getting the script, remember Test Cyp and Test E are very similar, so if doc is willing to write Cyp no point in quibbling over it. I only say this because T Cyp seems to be the most common here in the US. Some get Prop but I think that’s more from clinics than Docs.