- 27 years old
- 1m82 cm or 5.97 feet
- waist unknown. (I am thin and my abs are visible but my waist is not straight and looks more like a hourglass figure.)
- I almost have no hair on cheeks. I have a sparse light colored beard. Most of my hair is under the chin, jawline and around the mouth. I have some hair on my chest. Most of my hair is on the legs.
- Weight unknown. I have not changed really since my last checkup. My weight was around 79 kg (174,165 lbs) a month ago.
- I have a multiple familial lipomatosis since 2013. I also broke my arm in 2012. I believe that my immune system is getting weaker. I started having the flue and then two weeks later shingles on my back and torso between October and November 2017. I am also under a lot of stress. I have always been stressed out my entire life. My fingernails are purple or blue, I do not have any lunula but on my thumbs.
- All of them.
- Suicidal thoughts
- Strong mood swings
- Rare morning woods
- Social anxiety
- No self confidence
- No libido
- Very tired looking face
- Very easy to obtain fat
- Very easy to lose muscle
- Very hard to obtain muscle ( Same physique since I started back in 2014, despite everything I could do )
- Hard to focus
- Wrinkles despite age and healthy lifestyle.
Thyroid Info: None. I still have to learn about it.
First Lab Test (I am giving you what I have):
- Sex Binding Panel:
- Testosterone - Testosterone (F). 11.00 nmol/L (317.002 ng/dL)
- Sex Binding Globulin - Sex Binding Globulin (F). 34 nmol/L. (979.827 ng/dL)
- Free Androgen Index - Androgen Free Index (F). 32,4. if it is in nmol/L then it means 922,190 ng/dL.
DHEAS. 8,5 umol/L.
Bilirubin - Total - Bilirubin Total (F). 14 U/L.
ALP - Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) (F). 82 U/L.
ALT Alanine - Aminotransferase (ALT) (F). 48 U/L.
The rest of the lab test is about Urinalysis Microscopic Panel and Glucose Fasting.
This is what I received when I asked for a testosterone blood test to my doctor back in june 2017.
Diet: Almost everything is organic.
During Workout: 10g of BCAA.
Morning: Oatmeal 100g with 30g of whey protein. 1 orange (sometimes kiwi or blueberries), 1 lemon, 10-12g of ginger. 15g of almonds. 3g of creatine. Fish oils, magnesium, zinc, tribulus, and more for testosterone.
10 AM: 30g of whey protein. one fruit.
Lunch: 130g of rice or pasta. (whole grain). 150g of fish, or white chicken, or 4 eggs. 150g at least of green vegetables.
5 PM: 180g of bread (whole grain) or 120g of oatmeal. with 3 eggs or 30g of whey protein. 15g of almonds. 1 fruit. 1 piece of chocolate.
8PM: 30g of carbs. 200g of green vegetables or carrots. 150g of meat, fish, or 4 eggs. 1 piece of chocolate.
I try to drink at least 2 L of water everyday.
I do not drink alcohol and I do not smoke.
5 times a week.
Wake up at 6 AM or 5:45 and fight against myself to go to the gym in the morning before going to work at 9 AM.
If too tired, I go after work.
It is always hard to go to the gym.
It is always hard to workout.
My body does not change.
In order to lose my hour glass figure and destroy the fat, I stopped drinking and eating anything that could be bad for my health.
This has been a terrible fight and I finally learned about TRT and Low T years after my first day of training.
Despite starting a TRT next week, I had to tell my doctor that I also wanted some HcG and AI in order to avoid any risk. I know some people don’t even use HcG or any Aromatase Inhibitor but I thought it was the best option.
I am in my late 20s, I don’t smoke, I don’t drink, I drink plenty of water and my diet is healthy. However I never sleep well, my bones are thin and I have wrinkles on my face like a late 30 years old man. I am thinking about adding some Ibutamoren once I will get used to my TRT.
Is using Ibutamoren a good idea if you were lacking HGH during your teenage years?