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    rainjack is offline Junior Member
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    Test Levels In Blood Tests

    I don't know if I'm asking this right or not, but -How do you know if you are optimizing your test levels?

    Is there a range of blood test levels that you want to be in when on a cycle? If so, how do you determine the optimum level?

    Hope that makes sense.

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    I guess I asked the question wrong. I'll try one more time before hanging my head in shame.

    If I am taking 100mg test prop ed, how do I know if I am optimizing the amount of test in my system. How do I know If I'm taking too much, or not enough?

    Is there a scale that says if you weigh 'X', and you are 'Y' years old, then your optimum blood testoserone level should be 'Z'?

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    on average, u produce roughly 70mg/week. do the math.

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    I appreciate someone actually replying, but I'm not asking what I produce. I don't even know what math to do with "on average...roughly 70mg/week".


    I'm asking how much a given person can handle in their bloodstream based on age and weight. Is that number static, or does it change from person to person?

    If it's static - where do you find those numbers?

    If it is different for each person, how do you go about finding what is optimal for a person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainjack

    If it is different for each person, how do you go about finding what is optimal for a person?
    Trial and error/personal experience.

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