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    Test enan doesn't work for HRT for me

    I have low test levels. Do you think my progesterone or estrogen levels are

    high. I read that when test levels are low progesterone or estrogen is high. I

    can't remember which one it is. I read that estrogen or progesterone causes

    prostate cancer. I can't remember which one. Do you think I should take

    Bromocriptine or nolvadex ?? I'm not shut down from a cycle. I had low test

    levels before I ever did a cycle. How long should I take Bromocriptine or

    nolvadex before I see results?? Thanks.

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    Steppenwolf,

    Your post leaves me with several questions:

    --Why doesn't test enanthate work for you for HRT? Cypionate and Enanthate are commonly prescribed for HRT, so Enan should work quite well for HRT.
    --Have you been prescribed HRT, or are you self medicating?
    --What has happened to make you think enanthate doesn't work for you for HRT?
    --How have you determined that your test levels are low?
    --Are you thinking about using anti-estrogens to lower your chances of prostate cancer?

    No one can accurately tell you whether or not your progesterone or estrogen levels are high without giving you a formal blood test.

    If your low test levels are not a result from being on a cycle, then HRT would be a possible alternative to correct the situation. If you do not want to use tesosterone enanthate, then you can use testosterone cypionate . If you are concerned about using needles, then you can use Androgel (transdermal testosterone gel) or Androderm (transdermal testosterone patch).

    Using anti-estrogens will only reduce the effects of estrogen while you are taking the anti-estrogens. After you stop taking the anti-e's your problems will likely return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BASK8KACE
    --Why doesn't test enanthate work for you for HRT? Cypionate and Enanthate are commonly prescribed for HRT, so Enan should work quite well for HRT.
    --Have you been prescribed HRT, or are you self medicating?
    --What has happened to make you think enanthate doesn't work for you for HRT?
    --How have you determined that your test levels are low?
    --Are you thinking about using anti-estrogens to lower your chances of prostate cancer?

    No one can accurately tell you whether or not your progesterone or estrogen levels are high without giving you a formal blood test.

    If your low test levels are not a result from being on a cycle, then HRT would be a possible alternative to correct the situation. If you do not want to use tesosterone enanthate, then you can use testosterone cypionate . If you are concerned about using needles, then you can use Androgel (transdermal testosterone gel) or Androderm (transdermal testosterone patch).

    Using anti-estrogens will only reduce the effects of estrogen while you are taking the anti-estrogens. After you stop taking the anti-e's your problems will likely return.
    A urologist told me my natural test levels are low

    before I ever did a cycle. He did a test. He injected 400 mg of american

    cypionate. 3 months of this and I still can't get wood. I tried enanthate,

    prop, suspension and still can't get wood. When I tried test patches, I got

    wood and insomnia. I think my prolactin or progesterone levels are high. I

    read that when someone has low test levels, thier prolactin is usually high.

    High prolactin levels cause impotence. Thanks for replying. Bump for more

    info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steppenwolf
    A urologist told me my natural test levels are low

    before I ever did a cycle. He did a test. He injected 400 mg of american

    cypionate . 3 months of this and I still can't get wood. I tried enanthate ,

    prop, suspension and still can't get wood. When I tried test patches, I got

    wood and insomnia. I think my prolactin or progesterone levels are high. I

    read that when someone has low test levels, thier prolactin is usually high.

    High prolactin levels cause impotence. Thanks for replying. Bump for more

    info.
    Some people posted that they take bromocriptine to lower

    prolactin to cure impotence.

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    Bump.

    Definately get more blood work to get figure your estrogen and progrest. levels.

    But consider adding hCG for the ED you're experiencing.

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