You're right: You can't fix stupid.
The sticky doesn't say 1mg per 100mg of Testosterone, it just suggests 1mg a week as a standard dose for someone on 100mg/week, without instruction on how to change the dose based on how much T you're injecting. I wasn't sure how to scale it, so I was asking. I don't take 1mg a day. If you read what I wrote I said that my doctor's pharmacists said that was standard, but I corrected him as that would be a dose for estrogen producing cancer, and that 1mg a week is more the standard for people on TRT. I am not on 200mg a day of Testosterone. Learn to read. W-E-E-K spells "week", which is a period of 7 days (just in case you don't know how a calendar works). In that 7 days I take 2 (two) 100 (one-hundred) milligram shots. That is a total of 200mg a week in case you can't do math.
"You are not the only one on 200mg/day. I am as well and so are others."
I am not on 200mg a day, and I don't know of any people who are on 200mg a day as part of TRT. And if this is what you are doing I hope you aren't doing it long term and I hope you don't actually advise people to do so. 200mg a day isn't REPLACEMENT, it's performance enhancement.
Thanks for all the juvenile name-calling! I hope that attitude works out for you. I would suggest you pay closer attention before you do though. It doesn't make sense to insult someone for something they didn't say.
And not that it matters, but I'll break it down for you: I was asking Hardasnails and others if there is a "loading phase" with anastrozole for people who start taking it months after starting TRT, a topic that is not covered in the sticky. I currently take 1mg a W-E-E-K and am on 200mg a W-E-E-K of Testosterone. I had an E2 test on Monday and will get the results on Thursday. If my E2 is still high I will increase the dose.
Now, feel free to take something I said out of context and say childish things about me. I look forward to your mundane insults.