If any of you guys have followed my thread since I started TRT, you would know that I’m one of the many guys guilty of being impatient with TRT. I’ve since learned that you need to be patient and stick with a protocol for awhile to experience benefits. TRT is not a magic pill.
Anyway, I’m creating this thread for a few reasons. I want to know why ^that^ is a thing. I’ve read “you need to allow your body to repair itself” tons of times, but what does that mean? Why don’t people feel better Day 1 of TRT? Also, I want to hear other people’s experiences just being impatient vs. sticking it out and seeing benefits.
Part of the reason I’m curious about this is because I recently dropped AI dosage significantly. I actually dropped it completely, but then symptoms arose immediately so I reintroduced it at a lower dose. Anyway, I’m going to stick with this protocol for a long ass time, unless any major symptoms show up, regardless of if I see benefits or not. My plan is to get bloodwork around week 6, and so long as FT and E2 look good, I’m gonna stick with the dosage for a long ass time, regardless if I’m seeing benefits or not. I believe that, if FT and E2 look healthy and other labs don’t show any red flags, I should just sit back and be patient and let my body repair itself.