No VTBalls, I posted a proposed cycle, 2 weeker, and acquired everything needed for it. I wanted to get clean bloodwork before starting any type of usage. Picked a primary care guy who specializes in HRT, he ran a BMP for my physical. Dont have those numbers, but they were great, cholesterol very good (LDL and Triglycerides low, HDL high - think it was 55. All liver values normal. The doctor is no stranger to AAS, was a pro bodybuilder at one time. I told him I wanted my test checked just to see where it was. The labs were drawn at about 9:15 am. I probably had about 5 hours of sleep, dont know if that matters that much.
My training has been pretty good, Im about 185, 5’10", leaner than ever, and pretty strong. Training has pretty much been my life (outside of work and school) since I was 20 years old, with minor layoffs here and there due to injuries. I’d post my lifts, but I dont think that is necessary, definitely respectable, but nothing spectacular. Occasionally Im not what I would like to be as far as erectile strength is concerned. Tonight the girl wanted a round two and asked if id b able to do it again, and I told her I cant because I have just found out I have low T LOL…
The doc said it may have been a fluke result. I am glad that I got it checked before messing around with AAS. Definitely gonna have to put the cycle on the back burner until I find out what is going on. Went into the office expecting some high number, because I eat ALOT of healthy fats, probably about 200 g plus per day. I take ZMA, multi, eat lots of canned oysters, avocados, etc. I eat a pretty much all natural whole food diet, with the exception of whatever protein ofr meal replacement supp i happen to be on at the time. I try to eat everything that contributes to testosterone production. I sleep well, although I do work some night shifts. I limit my training to about 2 heavy days per week, 2 speed days, at about 45 minutes per session.
The doctor is going to retest in about six weeks, and said if it is low again he is going to refer me to an endo. He said that the endo most likely will not do much with it. I did not walk in there wanting to get a script, and do not want TRT if I dont need it. However, his reaction concerned me, because i am not trying to walk around with low T, if that happens to be the case. If it is legitamitely low, I hope to get treated just as any patient with low T would, regardless of age.