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Ways to temporarily suppress, for a blood test?

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Hey fellas!

So the short of it is: I very recently started taking my health seriously and lost about 35lbs since May (naturally - home training + a DIY VLC/LC diet). I went in for some blood tests last month. First time, I went in too late and apparently was too dehydrated, so they had me redo them.

My TT was 343 the first time, and 241 the second. Which, obviously, in general isn’t great, but I went in to see a urologist, and basically with one more set of labs <300, I’ll be able to get TRT fully covered by my insurance. The problem is, I don’t actually remember what I was doing in the day(s) leading up to that second test that might have led to that lower result, except that I got maybe 2 hours of sleep that night.

So my question is, what are some of the things one that will (on a short term basis) to bring/keep T levels down? With regards training/diet/sleep/OTC supplements etc.

Thanks!
 
there are certainly foods that can lower it...

soy, alcohol, mint, breads, pastries, desserts, the issue here is NONE of that is good for you... lack of sleep lowers it...

there are natural supplements that could "potentially" lower it but nothing drastic... some include zinc, nac, saw palmetto, dim, licorice, spearmint, white peony, reishi, green tea, omega 3 fatty acids...

understand that these are not like using a suppressive steroid that will bottom them out and even with these, who knows just how much or how quickly
 
Hey fellas!

So the short of it is: I very recently started taking my health seriously and lost about 35lbs since May (naturally - home training + a DIY VLC/LC diet). I went in for some blood tests last month. First time, I went in too late and apparently was too dehydrated, so they had me redo them.

My TT was 343 the first time, and 241 the second. Which, obviously, in general isn’t great, but I went in to see a urologist, and basically with one more set of labs <300, I’ll be able to get TRT fully covered by my insurance. The problem is, I don’t actually remember what I was doing in the day(s) leading up to that second test that might have led to that lower result, except that I got maybe 2 hours of sleep that night.

So my question is, what are some of the things one that will (on a short term basis) to bring/keep T levels down? With regards training/diet/sleep/OTC supplements etc.

Thanks!
take a rip or two of real test for a couple weeks..then dont take anything for 3 weeks then go get a test done weeks after that.
 
Testing later in the day your testosterone levels will be lower in itself
see the latest appointment you can get with the lab usually they close at 11:00 or 12:00 in the morning
 
Hey fellas!

So the short of it is: I very recently started taking my health seriously and lost about 35lbs since May (naturally - home training + a DIY VLC/LC diet). I went in for some blood tests last month. First time, I went in too late and apparently was too dehydrated, so they had me redo them.

My TT was 343 the first time, and 241 the second. Which, obviously, in general isn’t great, but I went in to see a urologist, and basically with one more set of labs <300, I’ll be able to get TRT fully covered by my insurance. The problem is, I don’t actually remember what I was doing in the day(s) leading up to that second test that might have led to that lower result, except that I got maybe 2 hours of sleep that night.

So my question is, what are some of the things one that will (on a short term basis) to bring/keep T levels down? With regards training/diet/sleep/OTC supplements etc.

Thanks!
@g3o lowering testosterone, usually estrogenic foods but that takes time, eating soy takes years to lower estrogen

take an injection of testosterone propionate for 2 weeks and stop 1 week out from the test to see

dont ruin your sleep bro not smart
 
Maybe tie your balls off with a bit of string. I’m not sure this would help, and it would sure as hell hurt, but you never know. PS. Don’t do this.
 
Maybe tie your balls off with a bit of string. I’m not sure this would help, and it would sure as hell hurt, but you never know. PS. Don’t do this.
Up there with wanking himself blind lol
 
Anything you do to lower your testosterone is going to result in health complications to. I don't understand why you would do this
 
don't sleep for like three days and I bet your testosterone levels will be low. It's not something I would do though not worth it
 
you can try to take an injection of testosterone a couple weeks ahead of time and then make sure your body is shut down first. Don't run a pct and then go in
 
don't do this it's not worth it. The problem is if you don't run your tests on time you can end up showing a high level of testosterone and it can backfire
 
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why don't you try this experiment and get a log up and going we would love to see you do it yourself and get Bloods and post them for us
 
the smarter option might be to just go to a clinic
a lot of times those places are much more loose with who they prescribe test to
 
if your doctor is not helping you then my advice is find a new doctor
there are plenty of them out there who are going to help you get on testosterone
 
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