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Thread: Free test in range but not total test...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0N View Post
    Dang I'm only 2 years younger, and still do the PCT route as well....I have seriously been contemplating going to an endocrinologist to get TRT though.
    I started TRT at 45 and I'm now 50. Best decision of my life. I feel great, look great and I'm hornier than a 3 peckered billy goat 24/7. I blast and cruise run HGH year round and add SARMS during my cruises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    I started TRT at 45 and I'm now 50. Best decision of my life. I feel great, look great and I'm hornier than a 3 peckered billy goat 24/7. I blast and cruise run HGH year round and add SARMS during my cruises.
    Definitely making it more and more tempting lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0N View Post
    Definitely making it more and more tempting lol
    I had some prostate problems when I first started but it finally settled down and my PSA is 0.9. I guess it got sort of a shock in the beginning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    I had some prostate problems when I first started but it finally settled down and my PSA is 0.9. I guess it got sort of a shock in the beginning.
    I guess that's not too bad since it settled down. I'm still on cycle now, but after my PCT and probably another month after that, I think I will hit up an endo and see if I can't make the plunge. Bouncing back after PCT is a bitch at this age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    PCT at 46... Brave man
    i read with interest your comment about me being brave to go for a PCT at 46. I saw that you have been on TRT for the past 5 years and love it.
    I wasn't aware that a PCT at my age could be a problem?
    Care to explain why a PCT at 46 isn't ideal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmy6 View Post
    i read with interest your comment about me being brave to go for a PCT at 46. I saw that you have been on TRT for the past 5 years and love it.
    I wasn't aware that a PCT at my age could be a problem?
    Care to explain why a PCT at 46 isn't ideal?
    Do you get regular blood work and know your testosterone levels before and after your cycle?

    If you do you'll know that it's very common that testosterone decreases as you get older and so does recovery.

    Do you know what you current test levels are naturally off cycle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    Do you get regular blood work and know your testosterone levels before and after your cycle?

    If you do you'll know that it's very common that testosterone decreases as you get older and so does recovery.

    Do you know what you current test levels are naturally off cycle?
    thanks for your answer. Yes, I do know them. I'm right above the limit of the lower range which means my test levels have obviously decreased significantly in the past 6-7 years.
    I wanted to avoid TRT as I think there may be long term complications.
    Still...why the comment about doing a PCT at 46?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmy6 View Post
    thanks for your answer. Yes, I do know them. I'm right above the limit of the lower range which means my test levels have obviously decreased significantly in the past 6-7 years.
    I wanted to avoid TRT as I think there may be long term complications.
    Still...why the comment about doing a PCT at 46?
    It's harder to recover especially when testosterone is low to begin with.

    You'll have more complications with low testosterone than you will having it at optimal levels.

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    I will definitely second that statement. Recovery is definitely harder in my mid-40s. It just takes longer and longer to bounce back.

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