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    Still suppressed after months, need advice.

    Hi everyone,
    As you can see, new to the forum.. . Soo back in January, I did an LGD only cycle for about 10 weeks. Foolishly, when I finished, I did not to a PCT. Reason being is that I did not experience symptoms of suppression like when I did rad, such as E.D or fatigue.. I felt fine. In hind sight, that must've been a bad idea because now, nearly 7 months later, after getting blood work done, it's come to my attention that I'm quite suppressed.

    When I did the test a few weeks ago, my total test levels measured 381 ng/dl. But the doc said it's because I took the test too late, at 1 pm, where my levels would be lower. So I redid the test earlier in the morning and... it came back even lower. The recent test measured. 280ng/dl! For the record, the lower limit is 250ng/ml.. By the way, I'm 26 years old..

    What's confusing is that I was told that I should have recovered naturally by now.. Is this true or can it take longer? But more importantly, is this correctable by taking a PCT now? The guy I work with strongly recommends triptorelin as it's "stronger" and will "jump start" me faster than clomid/nolva. But I'm here to get your opinion on the matter. Please advise.

    Thank you in advance for your response.
    Last edited by doobies; 08-13-2020 at 03:24 AM.

  2. #2
    the guy you work with has no clue what hes talking about.. .triptorelin is not going to help you fix this issue now.. just because you "heard" you should have recovered natural right now CLEARLY shows you that it doesn't have to be true... I would never tell anyone they should just "recover natural" because thats not true... its possible you could at some point, but thats not a certainty at all... i would attempt to run a full pct for at least 8 weeks to see if that gets things going




  3. #3
    Can you please lay out what you mean by full PCT please.

    Thanks

  4. #4
    you can get everything you need at https://sarms.forsale

    clomid 50/50/50/50/25/25/25/25
    nolva 40/40/40/40/20/20/20/20
    aromasin 12.5 mg eod (adjust accordingly)




  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by DylanGemelli View Post
    you can get everything you need at https://sarms.forsale

    [FONT="]clomid 50/50/50/50/25/25/25/25[/FONT]
    [FONT="]nolva 40/40/40/40/20/20/20/20[/FONT]
    aromasin 12.5 mg eod (adjust accordingly)
    Thank you. So is there no benefit at all to taking triptorelin alongside this PCT? Is it false to say that it can help jumpstart things?

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by doobies View Post
    Thank you. So is there no benefit at all to taking triptorelin alongside this PCT? Is it false to say that it can help jumpstart things?
    Everything you need to do Dylan has laid it out perfect if he thought you could jump start he would have said so, follow what he says to the letter nothing more nothing less

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by doobies View Post
    Thank you. So is there no benefit at all to taking triptorelin alongside this PCT? Is it false to say that it can help jumpstart things?
    lol you can do whatever you like bro... if you want to add it, go ahead... its not like its going to do something extra special or that its necessary




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    What were your Test levels before your cycle?
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  9. #9
    No aromasin needed.

    Id add to the clomid and nolva so n2generate ES

  10. #10
    A lower test level has nothing to do with being suppressed necessarily. To see that, you need to check your LH and FSH levels. The important question is how do you feel? What symptoms are you seeing besides the couple you mentioned?
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