I think I’m going to scratch the taper too then. P22 protocol says 6 weeks at 100mg. It’s close to my original dose. Hopefully with the low doses and classic PCT I should be fine.
Here is what I have now:
1-12 400mg Test E EW (twice week injections)
1-4 50mg Winstrol ED
10-14 50mg Winstrol ED
14-16 25mg Proviron ED
14-16 40mg Tbol ED
16-18 HCG 250IU ED (750 initial dose)
16-20 Nolva 20mg ED
16-19 Aromasin 20mg EOD
PCT employs an “active recovery” pre-pct with Tbol & Proviron because they do not cause complete shutdown. Not sure if the body will begin production again, but many claim it will.
The rest is taken from the AR article on PCT which talks about Nolva & Asin synergism. I would use as much HCG as he says (500IU ed) but I don’t have enough.
Hcg should be weeks 14-16, weeks 17+ are recovery weeks and your hcg should be used as a pre-recovery while your exogenous testosterone (aas) levels are waning, which is while you are employing the Winstrol and Tbol, to bring you into straight recovery (which I like)
I’d extend the Proviron through week 18 or more, sure it might or might not effect recovery, but IF it did, it would to a very small degree which 1-2 weeks of nolvadex could take care of.
I don’t like the aromasin post cycle, especially since you are not running during your cycle. I like running AI’s during a cycle and then 2-3 weeks past. But I do not understand why you have no concern during your cycle, but do post cycle when aromatization, while not wanted in large amounts, does keep the ol’ ticker working nicely, running an AI while little conversion is happening anyway due to potentially low test levels would run the risk of vascular damage and a major kick to your lipids and triglyceride levels especially with Nolvadex, kind of a double whammy for your health - any raise in healthy lipids should be countered by the aromasin (don’t tell me it’s better than others, because that is irrelevant here) stopping conversion within cardiac and vascular tissue and the nolvadex raising your triglyerides, ouch. I know Anthony Roberts means well, and his PCT is sound, just not in this context.