I decided to create a log of my own to document my progress on trt and hopeful recovery.
Here’s a little bit about my history:
Past history of Msten use at 20 that, in retrospect, definitely weakened by HPTA. I still had a libido but i never really noticed that anything was wrong unfortunately.
I did a couple 500mg of 12 week cycles of test e around 22. I used tren for the first one but it was very short lived because that felt like another stratosphere of AAS and i didn’t feel comfortable using it. I did fine on test only.
Luckily i didn’t have trouble recovering from tren and the first cycle, but i felt olay, It was the second cycle where things got messed up outta no where. One day i just didn’t feel good like i usually would, it was like my whole state shifted. I probably did the 2nd cycle too close to the 1st one. I was merely on test only too and i never thought anything could go wrong doing that, guess i was wrong.
I didn’t touch anything for a couple of years and then finally relented and did trt. Admittedly i jumped up to 500mg immediately as i wanted to feel good quickly but that only lasted about 3 weeks at most. i used HCG and an AI as well. I’ve dropped it as of last October but it hasn’t made much of a difference
Come May it’ll be a full year on test and i haven’t been able to reach the homeostasis point. I know one of my sticking points is not waiting long enough. I just hope that’s all i need because I’m out of ideas beside protocol changes.
I want to keep pharmaceutical influence small so i’ll be relying on supplements:
Mucuna Pruriens 1000mg
AL CAR 1000mg
Organic Maca root caps
I plan to take no more than 5-6 supps at a time and i’ll be cycling through things, however i’ll keep AL CAR as it supposedly helps androgen receptor density.
Right now I’m 19 days on 100mg every Monday and Thursday. Blood work will be done at 8 weeks.
I deeply regret getting involved with steroids. It’s a humbling experience to know that it CAN be you, however I hope i can get back to my best self. If anybody has suggestions on things they take or procedures i can follow, I’m all ears.
Let the road to recovery begin.