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Thread: Coming Off TRT

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    Coming Off TRT

    I had been on TRT for a little over two years. I wasn't happy with my slightly elevated blood pressure and thickening blood. I decided to come off and I chose to use 50mg's of Supreme Labs Clomid for 60 days. My last dose was Sunday and I did my bloodwork Monday morning. I've also been using Supreme Labs Cardarine at 20mg's daily along with the Clomid.

    Total Test - 254
    FSH - 3.4
    LH - 2.2
    Estradiol - 16
    Glucose - 101

    1st thought: It's legit clomid but I wonder about it's dosing accuracy. I feel like 254 is very low for taking 50mg's daily for 2 months. The rest of the numbers seem legit so more than likely my having been on for so long probably explains the 254.

    2nd thought: The Glucose is high. I did a lot of cheating over the weekend - pizza, mexican food, donuts, etc. Last time I did labs while on 100mg's weekly of test, the Glucose was only 84. Could the 101 be from the weekend binge? From the clomid? From fasting before the bloodwork? Combination thereof?

    Final thought: I have another month of Cardarine and I've started CEL M-Test along with 3g's of DAA. I am going to do labs again either in 4 or 8 weeks or both and see where I am at. If I have to go back on TRT I will but I'm more concerned with getting my other health markers in order first.

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    Your test is low because you actually need TRT. Once you have spent a long period on TRT there isnt any going back. Aside from that Clomid isn't going to be enough to bring your boys back after dropping test. If you are on TRT then simply donate blood every few months. Seems like you are going the long rote back to TRT but thats where you belong. Find a way to make it work and save your money on looking for alternatives.

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    You jist came off trt for 2 years. Its going to take a long time to recover if you even can fully recover. It could take 6 months or more

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    What do you make of the elevated glucose?

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    Have a chat with your endo and TRT doc

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    Quote Originally Posted by beefyfan View Post
    What do you make of the elevated glucose?
    if you fasted for the bloodwork then you are in the early stages of pre diabetes.

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    You may have to donate every 8 weeks to keep hematocrit down. You could also try lowering the dose. Some people feel great at 500 and it doesn't take much to get there. Small dose of amlodipine can keep down a slight elevation of blood pressure. Pain in the ass doing all of that but if the cons outweigh the pros then I understand.

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    I don't recommend coming off TRT. Slightly elevated blood pressure and high RBC is easily treatable. Sounds like you need to work on your diet.
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    If you are going to be able to recover you will have to be patient and give it time. It will take a while for your body to recovery after being on for 2 years. Clomid isnt going to do anything magic for you. You just need time. I would be running N2Generate ES though because that will at least help you feel better as you are recovering.
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    How old are you? Are you trying to have more kids? Depending on the answer to those 2 questions.....why would you come off trt after 2 years? If done correctly, itís safe

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