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    Test levels

    Newbie here just curious if test levels are normal, would clo or nov raise levels above normal?
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    Thumbs down Waste

    don;t waste your money....get some creatine instead....

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    sperm count

    clomid will make your sperm count rise though just in case you want to get someone pregnant!.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by louis rojas View Post
    Newbie here just curious if test levels are normal, would clo or nov raise levels above normal?
    What are your test levels? Did you get bloodwork from the lab? Get total and free test along with lab reference ranges, then you will know if they are normal.

    Also *normal* is supposedly a big range- like 300 ng/dl to 900 ng/dl. Obviously, different age groups will have different *normal* ranges. i.e. if you are 21 and are 350, then you are NOT normal, but if you are 70 and are 350 then probably *normal* for that range. Medical science sucks That said I'd do TRT way before I fall to 350. I've recently sent my blood to get tested, lets see what shows up. Last year I was 650, but I didn't end up doing any roids. Hopefully I'll get ready for my first cycle soon, just wanted to nail down the bloodwork before.... neways... off topic I guess.

    I remember reading some studies that said clomid raised test levels in subjects having low test (possibly due to high e), not sure though.

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    Hcg .

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    not sure on that one seem not since they are used to bring levels back to normal but then again they are used to raise test so if you are allready normal i guess they could raise levels, good question

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    Hcg.
    That could cause some other problems if taken by itself. If you dont want to do steroids there are other options to look at:
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    Give those a try.

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