If you dont have before numbers to compare these numbers to, theyre essentially useless.
How do you know you didnt hae a t level in the 300s before you ever used steroids? If you did, these results wouldnt be so alarming.
If you levels were 700, it's a different story.
Any opinion on your current situation is pure speculation.
and my opinion on your aggressive approach to cycling. You were probably better off just blasting and cruising. Or running 4-6 week cycles with 8-10 weeks between, maybe (and obviously with blood work inbetween). 12 week cycles are the most useless IMO, because theyre too long to recover well from while still being short enough to convince the user that he is being responsible as opposed to B/Cing (which is scary? I guess?), making a 12 week cycle more attractive than it should be.
You probably did about 3 cycles in a year. Shutdown for the time of the cycle and during most of your PCT. Meaning you were shut down for more than half the year. Did you maintain 100% of your gains during the off time? I doubt it. It makes little sense to be shutdown for so long and still make mediocre progress.
I dont want it to sound like Im unloading on you but I hope others read this and realize that multiple attempts at cycling and recovery from 3 month cycles in such a short time frame can be more risky than most think. If someone is willing to cope with the ups and downs of frequent cycles with no guarantee of full recovery, I dont see how b/c is LESS attractive.
Probably shouldnt have posted all of this as I wont get into a debate. Oh well.