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    Testosterone question

    I'm asking about more of the scientific side of testosterone . When you have test running through your body and you work out. Testosterone helps repair the muscles does the test that is used to repair the muscles turn into estrogen? Or is it only ther test that doesn't get used that turns into estrogen? If so what happens to the test that is used to repair the muscle, does it just dissapear?

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    bump

    i thought i would bump this for you im interested in the answer

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    Dayum, The test that's used for repair doesn't turn to estrogen. Excess test can convert to estrogen

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    The test doesn't "get used" to repair the muscles. Test causes a bunch of other reactions in your body that repairs the muscles. Like increasing protein synthesis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slobberknocker
    The test doesn't "get used" to repair the muscles. Test causes a bunch of other reactions in your body that repairs the muscles. Like increasing protein synthesis.
    well said

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