This thread is for my own educational purposes so please take it easy on me as I am genuinely interested in learning and educated answers would be appreciated. No bro science please.
I don't know everything, never claimed to, and don't intend to ever know "Everything" as the topic of AAS is ever evolving. And new drugs and methods are continually changing.
My question is, for the sake of fertility and future recovery. Is it possible to maintain healthy LH and FSH function for long periods of time for example blasting and cruising?
From my understanding HCG mimics LH but does little for FSH, however Nolvadex (Tamoxifen) stimulates LH, FSH and a few other things to include PRL, E2, T, and DHT
So to use both drugs in moderate doses for the duration of AAS usage would in theory maintain FSH, LH? Am I wrong? Am I missing something? Is it just simulating these hormones while actually suppressing natural function?
KS man recently wrote a good thread stating that low dose Nolva (20mg EOD or 10mgED) for the duration of a cycle would help prevent you from completely shutting down.. Therefor making for an easier recovery. Please forgive me if I misunderstood that.
Isn't that what HCG is used for?
"bro science" gives me the impression not to use both. But rather HCG through the cycle.
But would using both or cycling the two help maintain function. For example, using low dose Nolva during blasts and switching to HCG during cruises? Or vise versa?
Or perhaps even the combination of the two?
In a perfect world a healthy male who decided to use AAS would cycle on and off properly and always return to a healthy baseline. However that is not always the case. Many young men in they're mid-twentys to early 30s blast and cruise when they had a more than optimal endocrine system to begin with only for he sake of looking better than average all the time. Face it. We are men. We always want to look better, feel better, and will do unsafe things to obtain that. That is the main purpose of my thread. Is to get a good understanding of what or how it would be possible to maintain a healthy baseline months or even years after continual use.
I guess bottom line question is. Is it possible to maintain normal function after years of using nonstop. Even if you did Everything right regardless of he cost.
I'm not saying I'm committing to long term continual usage. But I'de be lying if I said blasting and cruising hasn't crossed my mind, especially if I could do everything right (in theory)
Because the fact of the matter is. I do want kids, I do want a family, and 10 years from now I can almost guarantee my priorities will have changed.
Just been on my mind a lot lately. Some friendly feedback would be great.
And I apologize for my lack of knowledge. But hey I came here to learn and evolve. Not to post about theoretic cycles batman would take.