I’m a novice when it comes to AAS and its use, but I was wondering something, and I was hoping if someone with more experience could give me an answer.
Since the “normal” values of testosterone can vary from around 350ng/dl to 1200ng/dl, and since its’ production will shut down after the use of an exogenous source, my question is:
- Let’s consider I get my hormone levels checked, and I’m in the middle of the range, let’s say at about 500ng of testosterone per dl of blood, and I want it to rise to the maximum limit (1200ng/dl). Is there way of injecting, giving your natural hormone production a bump, without completely shutting it down? Or does it simply shut down, independently of the level it’s at?
In other words, does your test production shut down EVERYTIME, when you start injecting, or is there a way of injecting with lower dosages (I dunno, just throwing a wild guess) in a way that it doesn’t shut down and uses it as a helping hand?
I hope this is not a stupid question, I couldn’t find the answer anywhere, so I came here.