I have read posts concerning men such as myself late 20's who have done several Test only and other various AAS cycles. A good number of forum posts by s random AAS users I found concluded that 2 - 4 years after AAS they're T levels are only mid 300's. When they were previously much higher (500 - 800 range). I'm aware T is going to drop with age but these users seemed Very low for mid 30's/
I also viewed another forum post of a users blood work progress of a 4 cycle duration over 2 years. Each time he waited 4 months after pct to get blood work, and each time his T - levels were lower. (approx down 100 ngl in total I think)..
I'm not saying this is going to happen everyone, but It kinda got me a little worried and I would rather it not happen to me. I want to be better informed before I start my 2nd Test cycle on these dangers if at all real.(I'm 27).
Has anyone on here used AAS in the age range of 26 - 32 and had normal T level prior to AAS, then stopped for over a year or more and then had blood work and been alarmingly low on the T- scale?
Is this an issue to be concerned about? I know most of the risks involved but thought cycles around 8 - 10 weeks with proper pct would not yield such problems. And what can be done to prevent it? I don't want to be 35 and on TRT. I just got into AAS and thought It would take a lot more than a few cycles to cause these problems. I know without proper PCT they can and will indefinitly occur. That is why I was a little more alarmed when all had claimed to have religiously completed PCT for their cycles (most with HCG and nolva or clomid)
Any ideas? Or am I severely getting worked up over misinformation?