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Can I Stack Alpha Male & TRIBEX?

First off before I get into the question, I just want to thank Biotest for making such a great supplement. I know there’s been some bad reviews, but shit, my lifes changed a whole lot for the best since I started taking Alpha Male. I was suffering from depression before I went on Alpha Male, but now since I’ve started taking it I don’t even need my medicine anymore and feel great. My lifts have shot up like crazy, I’ve lost body fat, most of all I’m even doing better in school and acing everything compared to the last 2 semesters.

Anyway with that said, the only thing that hasn’t changed is my libido it’s still pretty much dead and I hardly (if ever) get horny anymore, so I was thinking would stacking Alpha Male with another test-boosting supp. like TRIBEX do the trick in order to get an even greater test. boost?? or would it be dangerous? Also, I’m 23 and I think I have naturally low test levels, which is why Alpha Male is probably working so well for me.

Alpha Male has TRIBEX in it.

Why haven’t you gone to a doctor and got your hormone levels tested?

I had a blood test done a while back and the doc said my test. levels were “very good”, but I don’t know if I believe him cuz I don’t feel the energy I did before as I do with taking Alpha Male. Plus my libido wasn’t any different then

I know Alpha Male has TRIBEX in it, but if I took the actual supplement TRIBEX would I get a greater boost, or would it be useless?

[quote]NeedforStrength wrote:
I had a blood test done a while back and the doc said my test. levels were “very good”, but I don’t know if I believe him cuz I don’t feel the energy I did before as I do with taking Alpha Male. Plus my libido wasn’t any different then

I know Alpha Male has TRIBEX in it, but if I took the actual supplement TRIBEX would I get a greater boost, or would it be useless? [/quote]

My doctor told me the same thing initially. I accepted this at face value for a while until I got a hair up my ass to do some research. It turns out that my T levels WERE good…if I was a 65 year old man!!! They were nearly half of what they should have been for a 26 year old male. Get that shit checked out man. You will feel a hell of a lot better if that is the case.

Ask your doctor for a copy of your blood test results (they will be in your medical files). The doctor is obligated to provide that information to you (but ask nicely - they get requests like this all the time). If they ask, just tell them you want the information for your personal records… no big deal.

Then post the information here - there are guys on this website who will be able to analyze your results. There is a difference between “normal” (a huge range) and “optimal”.

K2000…which forum would be the best for that? I’ve heard the guys in the Over 35 forum are pretty knowledgeable on the matters, but was curious about what you thought.