Your doctor is not gonna be keen on EOD injections, I can pretty much tell you that right now.
Your gonna have to bend the rules a little bit to get what you want. What would T man do?
Your just scratching the surface of TRT with every week injections only. The diamond is WAY down inside there. Keep scratching.
EOD with insulin needle is a great first leap. Just do it. Put the work in.
Secondly hCG will help immensly. Ive read about drastically improved mood, memory and energy from adding hCG.
Last but certainly not least, estrogen. You need to first find out what your estrogen is(AFTER you do #1 and 2) then adjust accordingly. I would recommend you get liquid adex online(I can PM you a link) because tablet form is much more expensive. It can be make or break. Your receptors are probably all jammed up with estrogen. From what Ive read, levels in the mid to high 20’s are best. Mine are 47. So Ive got work to do as well. Again, remember your doctor probably isn’t gonna have all the right answers you need. Your gonna have to do alot of homework yourself. I can PM you some good stuff outlining TRT if you want.
If you are breaking down the esters faster, you will get higher peaks of T and that can increase SHBG and E as a result of the peak levels. All of that is not natural and folks are suggesting more frequent injections to allow you to have more level hormones. You would be wise to try that again. I felt like crap on weekly injections. Now I inject EOD. That was not all that I needed. HCG and Arimidex anti-E have been very important.
When you try more frequent injections, you need to give your body time to adjust and for several cascading processes to level off. Brain patterns also need to change and that can take a while too.
I see now why Androgel was invented. I wouldn’t mind 3 or 4 injections per week, but I can see how hard that would be, to general compliance. I’ll ask the doc about the EOD protocol.
I tried Androgel, btw. It helped a little but broke me out BAD on my shoulders and arms.