No c.m.l. The lh level of young adult men is usually between 1 to 8.6 or sometimes, 10. Only during puberty does LH fluctuate that high. Even then, the LH is acting similarly to HCG in starting puberty and increasing testicular sensitivity, growth, etc. only in women are lh levels normally over 10. Exception: men with klinefelters
No, you dont need hcg. That is if you are concerned you wont't recover. What will logically happen in the coming months is your LH will fall without any stimulation, following which your balls sensitivity will reincrease. May take time, usually 4 months to a year or sometimes 2 for full stabilization. But all testosterones are suppressive, and a 6 week cycle is not going to be any different. If you do prohormones I'd stick to 4. Like i said, optimizing vitamin D, zinc, etc. will make your balls recover much faster. After pct, you dont want to become dependent on more pct compounds. You want to give your body the nutrients it needs to work on its own. Vitamins, amino acids, and minerals are nutrients. Plants found in africa (not commonly in food supply), and prescription/artifical items are not. HCG would just increase the sensitivity immediately, reversing atleast your symptoms and small balls (while potentially having no effect on T since LH should come down in the next few months). Basically, regardless of your T level, it would bring you closer to stabilization faster. Step 1: reboot balls. Step 2: signal pituitary to release gonatropins. That's the simple answer.