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    Hi guys I'm new here and had a quick search but couldn't find exactly what I was looking for.
    I'm 20 years old and just started my 2nd cycle ( last one was about 12 months ago deca and sus both 1ml a week) of 2ml test 400 and 1 ml deca 250 a week. After a bit of a look around for information after I already started i've realised I could be doing some damage to myself, I'm wondering if it would be best to just stop now and start my pct or to just stick it out and hope for the best? What are the chances of permanently damaging myself if i continue (or could of already) and what could I have already done to myself? I'm stressing out.

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    Welcome to the forums, Josh.

    It's in your best interest to abort your cycle and begin therapy. There's always a chance you may have already caused damage. However, by aborting the cycle, you're increasing your chances at a successful recovery.

    Potential issues you may face are very early signs of Low T, potentially develop erectile dysfunction and possibly halted any potential growth. Again, these are all mere possibilities and stopping is for the betterment of your health.

    Focus on your diet and training going forward and keep your mind off the issues that may arise. If they happen they happen, nothing you can do.

    Best of luck and pat yourself on the back for this reconsideration.
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    Thanks for the reply, When would I notice any of these side effects? And also would tamoxifen be fine for a pct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh313 View Post
    Thanks for the reply, When would I notice any of these side effects? And also would tamoxifen be fine for a pct?
    Tamoxifen alone generally will not suffice. How long have you been on cycle?
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    Today marks 2 weeks exactly, what else would I need? Or would I not need any since its only 2 weeks in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh313 View Post
    Today marks 2 weeks exactly, what else would I need? Or would I not need any since its only 2 weeks in?
    No need for PCT. You can just stop.

    Look for "Herbal Arouse-M" supplement by Progressive Laboratories. Use up a bottle following the directions stated on it.
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    What exactly is that for? As a preventative for the future as I don't have any ED problems at the moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh313 View Post
    What exactly is that for? As a preventative for the future as I don't have any ED problems at the moment?
    No. Not much can prevent ED. You're slightly suppressed. This will make you feel better. Decent combination of natural stimulants, will dilate your vessels, lower blood pressure and give you an overall better sense of well being. Good for your mind.
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    Why would you have ED problems now? Test levels are raised to supra physiological levels. However, after stopping, your body will have to start producing its own testosterone again.

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