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Help After Tren Cycle

I am 21 years old 6’2 210lbs. About 5 months ago I took tren injections and after about 4 weeks stopped and switched over to clomid for PCT problem is i miss calculated the dosage of clomid and did 35/35/25/20 and thought all was ok. Just recently after have weak erection problems that don’t last long and not to strong of a sex drive I realized I dosed it wrong and then immediately started a month more of clomid at 50/50/35/25 but the problem is still occurring. I know dumb at my age to take tren etc but I need help and I can’t figure out what’s wrong I got my blood work done for test lvls and my lvl was 916 which is good so what else could be the problem and how do I fix it? I can still get erections but not like I used to…and if I exhaust myself in the least it leaves immediately please help!!! Ive read that it could be high estrogen, progesterone, or prolactin (but i dont have secretion from nipples or sensitivity there) levels…but im not sure what it is I would think clomid would have taken care of all of that. So im wondering if anyone knows what could be wrong because i still have a VERY strong sex drive just VERY weak erections to go with it… Would torem or maybe prami help in this matter at all? or what should I do to recover??? I know it was dumb to do at my age but I need help please and cant get blood work done as my insurance wont cover anymore so would torem or prami help at all to balance me

Test the following:

-E2
-DHT
-Prolactin
-CBC

Without this, you are just pissing into the wind.

i cant afford those tests insurance wont cover it i mean is there anyway to get an idea? since my sex drive is high and test is high…and i used clomid and tren

I think its either e2 or prolactin those seem to be common with just tren but how can i fix this?

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I don’t know what to tell you other than that…you are guessing blindly and it could be a number of things…and that is just hormonally speaking–there are other body processes that could be inhibiting your performance as well…without bloodwork you have absoutely no idea.