Dude, go read these stickies found here: https://forums.t-nation.com/t/about-the-t-replacement-category/38/2?u=ksman
1. advice for new guys
2. things that damage your hormones
3. protocol for injections
4. thyroid basics - check oral body temperatures
5. finding a TRT doc
TSH should be close to 1.0
T3, T4, fT3, fT4 should be near mid range or better
the lab ranges are useless and most docs are too, their understanding is limited.
Oral body temperatures are a better guide to overall thyroid function than lab results. Do not ignore this, not trivial.
You need to be using iodized salt, long term, to support the thyroid gland as iodine is part of the active thyroid hormones. General diet is not a large factor with the thyroid. Use a high potency B-complex milti-vit with trace elements and iodine+selenium.
People are getting harmed by using:
You need to manage your own healthcare and not depend on doctors. You need to know more than them to support general health and vitality and that is possible. Doctors do not know about such things, they are into disease management, not health management.
Too much clen is very dangerous and it has a looong half-life. You can have your heart pounding for hours - if it does not stop. Action can be delayed, do not stack doses because you do not think it is working. Be careful stacking with other stimulants. Stupid dosing can easily kill.