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Author Topic: Androgel  (Read 1834 times)

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Offline Blond37

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« on: April 05, 2009, 01:37:31 PM »

i am on 2 packs -10g- a day.. its the one med that i take consistantly (in case you saw my other TA post).. but despite being on 10g a day... its not going into anywhere.. my testosterone is still very very low..
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Re: Androgel
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2009, 06:42:12 PM »
i am on 2 packs -10g- a day.. its the one med that i take consistantly (in case you saw my other TA post).. but despite being on 10g a day... its not going into anywhere.. my testosterone is still very very low..

hmmm...sometimes it can take a little while to show progress, how long have you been on it? I was on one pack a day with a testosterone level around 200 and it slowly started to rise, after 2 months to like 500, then like 800 a couple months later and then to 1800 (@!) like 3-4 months after that.....it was working so well that now I only use it like 2 or 3 times a week.....

one thing I would recommend is to apply it at night before bedtime, I read somewhere that while we sleep is when testosterone levels normally go up so applying it at night would be in keeping with the natural rhythms of the body and might affect how well it works....and remember you don't want to overdo it since too much testosterone has been linked with prostate cancer


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