The answer to this question is very hard to find. I understand that this her “builds up” but how long does it take to wear off so I can take a blood test and see my
normal (presumably LOW) test scores? Tongkat seems to work but I’d like options because nobody knows what long-term use of it will do -and it might even cause problems down the line (not enough studies to
know). Had alllllll the symptoms of low-T, estrogen dominance, or thyroid fatigue for my entire teen/early adult life (I’m 24 now). Recently even lost all interest in sex…i at least looked at people before…so taking to the internet for ways to raise my teatosterone, I researched supplements and had success with Tongkat ali pills. My scrotum got hotter (temp), two shades darker (from blood flow, presumably), got a sex drive again (though still limited), and got better muscle tone, strength and even some chest hair sprouting and my puffy nipples shrunk a bit. After 2.5 weeks, I was walking and sitting up with maybe 30-40% better posture (instead of like Smiegol from Lord of the rings), and alot more pep in my step. Confidence overall after 2.5-3 weeks. Now that I know it’s definitely low-T, I’m eager to get tested but not sure how long it takes for Tongkat to wear out of my system so I can show a more accurate testosterone score. With it, my score will probably be higher than it actually is. I juat reeeeaallllly don’t want to be off of it for more than a week -and lose all my newfound confidence, wellbeing and exercise gains. I actually look and feel more like a guy now…so you can imagine how unappealing it is to stop all my progress short to prove to some ass hole in a lab coat that I’ll need TRT (even if just to have the option available) or clomid.
If you’re wondering my test scores, I’m pretty lost too. virtually no energy to even situp or stand with my shoulder back or straight,no morning wood, and loss of muscle mass, no libido and unwell feeling overall…I think my body has been crying for help.for a very long time (since highschool people know me as the slouchy unwell guy). Turns out my useless doctor (2 years ago) didn’t check my T levels like I asked her, embarrassingly in low tone and then said everything was fine after I asked her (also in lower tone) during the test score review. Either she didn’t hear me or she didn’t give a shit. This is why it’s important to read up on stuff and not take a doctor’s word for it -even if the results look like medical gibbrish.