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    permanent shutdown.

    I know I am dense.

    I'm 45, 210. Finishing second cycle, considering long term blast and cruise method. (like trt, then mild cycle).

    With this shut down, if I go off aas at some point (think years), will natural production ever restart. Or is it permanently damaged by it? Fertility is a non issue.

    Thanks for clearing it up for me.

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    It's highly unlikely you will be able to recover after blasting and cruising. Trt for life will be in your future.

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    At your age, you're already in the "common" TRT stage. I would avoid cycling for a while so that your levels become stable, then seek the assistance of a qualified physician for proper treatment. Otherwise, you're asking for complications.

    To answer your specific question, no. You will not recover.

    Best of luck to you.
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    Anythings possible and no one knows what will happen until it does. At your age you are prob low test anyway.

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    TRT is in everyone's future if you care about your health. Regardless of what you do.
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    Probably great advice. Thanks all who shared.

    How long post cycle pct should I wait to talk with a doc?

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    If you mean for BW I'd wait about 8 weeks.
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    Can someone breakdown what TRT is? If this guy is not recovering because of taking steroids I would like to know what is going on and how I can avoid this from happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockingChair View Post
    Can someone breakdown what TRT is? If this guy is not recovering because of taking steroids I would like to know what is going on and how I can avoid this from happening.

    TRT = Testosterone Replacement Therapy. if you cant produce testosterone or you have problems with low testosterone , your doc will probably put you on a TRT.

    If you criuse for a long time with test, your HPTA will stop functioning for good.

    HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) makes you produce testosterone. A simple way to explain HPTA is as follows
    Hypothalamus makes GnRH that will make the Pituitary make lh (leutenizing hormone) that will make your testicels produce testosterone.

    If anything in this chain is damaged, you could end up on a TRT.

    correct me if im wrong
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