FSH will be close to 0 when you are on TRT, so don’t worry about it. It’s kinda meaningless to test it while on TRT in most cases
A SERM like Clomid is not usually used with testosterone, although it is sometimes used as a form of HRT INSTEAD of testosterone when fertility maintenance is desired.
An AI like arimidex is used by some doctors to reduce estrogens (like E2) when they get too high during testosterone therapy. However, since your testosterone is testing very high, it would be better to instead first reduce the T dose, and that should automatically lower your E2 as well. Your doctor is already effectively proposing doing this, but it would be better to inject a lower dose every week than using the same dose every 10 days as he proposed. [/quote]
So I should not have any concerns regarding my current FSH level, right?
I like the idea of reducing the dosage over the longer time between injection. I’ve gotten use to doing it every Saturday after my leg training. Glutes will be sore the next day anyway.
KAYNON311 mentioned “anastrozole research chemical” I am considering an AI along with the reduction in my “T” dosage.
Thanks for your input![/quote]
No. LH and FSH are bottomed out while on TRT.
Many on here inject 2-3 times a week sub-q. If injecting once a week is working well for you, no worries. More often maintains steadier levels for less “roller coaster effect”, in case that’s an issue for you.
People get a little jumpy on here if you name sources. We speak generically. There are several reputable companies out there. Look around on other forums for what has worked for them. The protocol for injections sticky explains how to take anastrozole. (100mg/test-1mg/anastrozole, 125mg/test-1.25mg anastrozole, etc) Watch out for the signs of over-responding. Low E2 kills libido as well as high E2. Over-responding seems to be more common than we originally thought.
Prolactin not really high enough to kill libido.
P.S. you are more than welcome! We try to help each other out around here with the knowledge we’ve gained through our own personal hardships. Hopefully can save others from some hardships of their own.