“1ml of Test” doesn’t tell us what you are taking. what form of Test is it? what’s the concentration?
For example, if it’s Test Cypionate and it is 200mg per ML, then you are taking 200mg.
some test Cyp is 100mg per ML, so if you just said you are taking 1ml, that could be either 100mg or 200mg. other forms of Test, such as Sustanon are a whole other thing, and if you were taking that it would mean something entirely different.
so, report your doses in mg from now one. if you begin taking an Aromatase Inhibitor at some point, you will report that in mg/wk as well. If HCG comes into your protocol, you will report that in IU’s (international units).
having said that, I’m going to assume you were taking the more common 200mg/mL concentration, so when you started, you took 200mg in one shot, to last you two weeks. that is “old school” and archeaic. you feel great (maybe) at the beginning, but as time goes on, you feel like hell by day 10 or 11, not to mention that large dose will probably shoot your estrogen levels up which isn’t good. so the next logical thing to do is dose more frequently, so we try 100mg/week in a once a week shot.
some do fine here, but a lot still feel shitty by day 5-6, and even the 100mg shot at once can cause estrogen to be too high. Estrogen follows Test- Test goes up, so does Estrogen. So we go further, split the dose to something like 50mg every 3.5days- for instance I do mine Sunday AM and Wednesday PM. Others do every other day (EOD), every three days (E3D), etc. This keeps levels consistent and keeps from feeling these crashes.
Your crash, and not feeling great is probably from infrequent dosing and elevated estrogen- you will need to get that tested in your blood draws as well- specifically E2. Depending on what lab you use, there will be certain E2 tests you want to use- you want to make sure you aren’t using an estrogen test meant for women. It will be called E2 sensitive or Ultrasensitive depending on lab.