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    Testosterone Enanthate?

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    I have been going through alot in the past couple of years. My immune system crashed after i got the swine flu, and from then i have been sick on and off. I have seen several doctors and they said i need to get in the gym, but i feel so fatigued and tired always. Anyways i saw a hormonal specialist, she said that i have Chronic fatigue syndrome. Im sure alot know what that is, and she said i need to get a good diet and supplements to boost me back up. Right then i asked her about Steroids , specificly test enth. funny thing is she didnt disagree, she told me it will help, but do it under your own responsibility. iv always had trouble gaining muscle, always tired , my body needs a restart.

    anyways, any advices? should i do this? what doses? what sides will i face?
    does test enth effect the heart rate, cuz my body was never good with fat burners , or caffeine i should say, i would get a very high heart rate.

    im 6'2 185 pounds, 14 % body fat. no muscles lol, very thins arms. i need to get big, i look like a goof at the moment, gotta get my game uppp.

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    Welcome. Will be interested to see what advice you get.

    Why didn't your doc just go ahead and prescribe you some test if she thought it would serve you well? makes no sense to send you off to do it on your own responsibly.

    Good luck to you. Hope you get better.

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    Doctors cant prescribe testosterone unless its proven low on a blood test. Mine was normal. She explained to me that it has side effects, but i have researched testosterone for a year. It has a huge impact on your immune system and muscle tissue. I have extremely slow muscle building. Its in my genes i guess. My immune system has crashed due to the viruses that have been in my body. The only thing that will benefit me will be test, immune wised and muscle wised. I need the restart. So if someone can answer my questions, or give an opinion on a good cycle. thanks

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    I understand. Hang on and the guys will chime in with something they think might be the best protocol for you. I hope you get better.

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    so your doc thinks you should go on test but he/she cant prescribe it. kind of a strange situation. maybe manipulate blood test. honestly i have no idea lol.

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    @ slimmerMe thankss i hope so too

    @ bigbossofdariver: she doesn't agree or disagree, the doc said it will benefit you, but also has sides. The problem here in Canada is that the doctors suck and cant prescribe hormones unless its proven low, Testosterone is a very strong, and most imp hormone for men. Specially young men like me, i always was in thought of using steroids to bulk and become stronger, but now my main reason is to feel better, but also get the muscle benefits.

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    You need to see a specialist cause if test is the fix, they CAN prescribe it. Your GP MD may have made that statement but that's not "exactly" the case, it's kinds complicated but in short an MD can prescribe what's medically necessary and proven. I doubt a GP MD will, especially if they're not comfortable doing it, so a specialist is what you need to do next.
    Good luck, keep seeking treatment and asking questions and you will get there.

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    Didn't see till now that you are from Canada, so that may change my previous statement?

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    ^^^ true. What kind of doc are you currently seeing....what is her specialty? Is she an Endocrinologist? you mentioned hormone specialist....but curious....and yes...Canada is in the mix

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    check into different type of specialists? You may actually have to see several different types of doctors to get all the answers and treatments you need to recover. And don't settle for "you may have to live with it or we don't know how to fix this" keep trying till you start getting answers and more importantly, results.

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    I am no doctor but I would question recommending self prescribed test usage in this scenario. If you take them and the help you do you plan to keep on taking them indefinately or does feel that you will keep your "gains" during and after PCT if you take them short term? Sooner or later you got to pay the fidler. To me it does not make sense in a case like this, its different using a steroid short term for a boost in a burn victim were once the burn is healed it does not matter if you "crash" later. But with something like this it seems the rebound when you came off would indeed be likely to negate gains made while on? Considering that you are 19 yrs old the risk of long term damage is greatly increased, to me I just can't imagine a physician making a statement like this.

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