I have been on TRT for over a year (Testosterone Enanthate)I was doing IM injections but am sensitive to the highs and low.My whole life I have had mood problems (anxiety and depression)at times the TRT helps give me a better mood. To get to the point,I decided along with my Endo to do sub -q injection instead of IM because it is suppose to have a slower absorbtion and should have less highs.
The day I started the sub- q injections I had my blood work done before the injection. The endo said it was right were it should be before the next injection.I was doing injection of 50mg on Tuesdays and Fridays IM.The blood work results were at the higher end of the range bio T at 8.77nmol/L range is 4.00 to 10.00nmol. My Total T was 15.6nmol/L range is 10.00 to 28.00 nmol/l. That same day after the blood work I came home and did a sub- q shot of 50mg in the belly fat.
That day went fine .I did not get the high I got with IM shot. It was a nice more relaxed feeling. The day after the shot though, after about 24 to 30 hrs after the shot I felt it but it was not too bad. After the second sud-q shot of 50mg I felt really good again the day of the shot but after about 24 to 30hrs I felt it again,but this time I felt much worse. My mood was horrible. I was in a coffee shop and felt a really bad panic attack coming on. I never get panic attacks.
I managed to get my coffee and went to my car.I have not felt good for the past 3 days. My question is. Is it possible that the T levels have gone way to high.Given the slower absorbtion rate of sub-q. Tomorrow is the day for another sub q shot. I am going to lower the dose to 30mg and try this dose for the next two injection putting it at 60mg a week instead of 100mg.
Plus,I will be starting hcg in the near future, perhaps this week. My E levels have always been consistently good. Feed back on this is appreciated.If all else fails I will go back to im injections at a slightly lower dose.Also,I have tried other forms of TRT with bad results.
weight 205 pounds with a lean build.Very little body fat.