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Does Training Time Matter on TRT Since Test Levels are Constant All Day Long?


#1

I know that naturally T-levels are most high from between 7-9AM.

Is it the same with TRT?

I can’t sleep at night if work out in evening with pre-workout. However SOMETIMES it’s more convenient at times to go after work than before. Ideally I like mornings though


#2

What are you taking for pre-workout and how late in the evening are we talking?


#3

No, unless you are using aqueous testosterone, aka testosterone suspension.


#4

So when someone is on TRT they’re T-LEVELS stay constant all day long 24/7 and doesn’t take a dip like people who aren’t?


#5

I think it’s True @Emcon456 Maybe an Expert like @Systemlord can verify that for us all. on TRT myself.


#6

Level will change, as your most recent dose is metabolized. Very gradually, however.


#7

This is off topic from my original post. I have to go to LabCorp for 3 month lab follow up. I inject Monday mornings and Thursday evenings(ever 3.5 days). Which means I injected this morning. Is it best I go for labs on Thursday morning or will my T-levels show much higher if I go before that like tomorrow or Wednesday?


#8

Thyroid hormones are lower at night time slowing metabolic rates.


#9

You should have your blood drawn Mon morning before your shot to get close to your trough.


#10

I was thinking of doing it today but didn’t have my car. They said mid January . Next Monday morning too late?