The only side that I got was mood, I was more paranoid and had a shorter fuse. But with a wife and 2 kids, and considering I am absolutely the “rock” of the family, it wasn’t good.
I used P5P for prolactin control, and I was fine in that respect.
Also I had to deal with central serous retinopathy (fluid between eyeball an retina that causes partial blindness, mine was considered moderate to severe), which the nand DIRECTLY contributed to. However, I think it was a perfect storm of shit that led to that.
My biggest cycle I have ever run really has not provided me additional results over the smaller cycles I have run, and I am becoming more and more of a fan of the “less is best” approach. I am a competitive amateur strongman, so my results are very easily quantifiable. I actually plan to run my 2nd smallest cycle ever going into my biggest competition ever.
230 Test C and 280 Tren E. That will be my next cycle. The only other smaller cycle (not including TRT obviously) was my 1 cycle in which I ran only Test E at 500/wk.
If I was you I would go from 200 to 300, and you may not even feel the need to go to 400. performance increases are not linear with gear increases. In my experience if feels more like logarithmic growth