I have a theory - it is simply based on the fact that the more cycles that people seem to run, the less likely they are to recover well, or at all in some cases.
So based on that i would like to hear from you IF you cover the following criteria:
You currently cycle.
A) You have run more than 5 but less than 10 cycles.
B) You have run more than 10 but less than 20 cycles.
C) You have run more than 20 cycles.
And if you could provide the following details:
Which of the above groups you fall into (A, B or C).
How old you are.
If you recover between cycles.
If you have noticed a drop in recovery ability, and how many cycles that took.
If you use TRT bridges/B+C then how many cycles had you run before you realised this was necessary (ie. recovery was too hard/not possible).
If you feel your HPTA 'strength' or ability to recover from full suppression is particularly stronger or weaker naturally.
Of course there are many variables that would be necessary to make this a more scientific study, and it is not supposed to be. I just wonder how many cycles it generally takes for a user to notice a drop in recovery ability - or if it even works like this. i am willing to wager that of those who have run 'x' amount of cycles - they have less ability to recover than those who have run less cycles.
This however could of course be due to age - as generally those who have done more will be older.. and also drug preferences, length and dose of cycles, etc. but it is an interesting basic discussion i hope.
So for me:-
(Very approximately) Group A.
29 years old.
No recovery these days - TRT bridge/B+C.
Noticed a drop in recovery ability after approx. ~4 full cycles.
Began using TRT bridges after approx. ~6-8 full cycles.
I feel that my HPTA gave up fairly fast compared to many who cycle. Maybe due to my fondness of Nandrolone in the early days.