I posted this in the AAS forum with no responses...I have a great doc now, but before I had him I bounced around various doctors, and because they all were so freaking expensive, I ended up using one of those HRT clinics for just a few months, where you give labs, meet a local doctor, then do skype or phone with another doctor, and then they give you up to 6 months prescriptions. Its expensive, but actually cheaper than some of the SoCal doctors I went to, where they kill you for appointments, as well a very well known clinic Ill refrain from mentioning, makes it seem like you need to get the scripts from their pharmacy next door...it was my first time, I had no clue, got everything from them and now that I go to a regular pharmacy they were charging three times as much...so Im rambling on to ask a simple question, what are the reasons some clinics, and especially these HRT clinics that mail you prescriptions after seeing a local doctor, that they prescribe Deca/Nandrolone and Anavar/Oxandrolone, in addition to T, HCG, and AI? I know that many folks like adding Deca in 1/2 to 1/3 the dose of their T for periods to help joints, boost immune system, etc...but thats not in the strict sense what its meant to be prescribed for.
Just curious what is the reasons some of these clinics give for prescribing Deca and Var? Essentially it seems like they put you on HRT, but then there is huge leeway for them to give you other stuff (which they make a ton of money on) for you to do "blasts and cruise"....Im just curious, told my doctor about it and he was curious as well why/how/for what they justify Deca and Var in an HRT protocol. I have a handful of friends who use one and they do get Deca, Var, and even one of them got Winstrol in addition to T/HCG/AI...that seems like even a further stretch.