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New Member Introduction


#1

Hey guys/gals just wanted to indtroduce myself and give you a bit of background.Im 32 and a "former" casual BB.Ive been off the "horse" for about 8 years now.Back in the day of D-bol strips Upjohn cip and the occasional bottle of old Ciba D-bol floating around lol.

Ive been feeling like complete crap for the past 7 years since off the horse and recently found a great doc and was diagnosed with Low -T. Ive run the whole gambit of anti depresants and head shrinkers for the past 7 years with crap for results.

Im currently on Androgel,Yes i know its weak sauce compared to my former days but i feel like a new man. My depression is getting better every day,chronic fatigue is all but gone,wake up with moring wood and actually feel alive for the first time in 8 years.

Anywho thats my intro if anyone has any questions etc feel free to ask away.I look foward to some good intelligent discussions in the months to come.


#2

Glad to have you bro.


#3

Welcome..... to the wonderful world of T-NATION.

JW


#4

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#5

Thanks for the warm welcome.Ill keep you guys updated on my progress.I plan on hitting the wieghts again soon after years off due to my low t levels and depression i had lost all intrest.Im feeling 100 x better now from just the relatively low dose of Androgel im taking.

I doubt ill ever go back to the old days im concerned with feeling good again and living a healthy lifestyle.Pretty Ironic that comming of the juice totally screwed my life and im back on again via presciption for life.Funny how some things work out eh?


#6

Get back under the iron asap. I was in your shoes a while back. Still having trouble, but working thru it everyday. Getting back to lifting again helped me more than any threrapist did. Hang in there bro.

We are always here....just a click away.

LIFT HEAVY.

JW


#7

Welcome to our twisted family. I love to hear form Old School Wariors, you guys have great advice and insight.

JW is right, lifting is the greatest form of therapy.