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    16ADAM16 is offline New Member
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    Testosterone levels back to normal? No PCT or taper after 8 week cycle

    So I took sustankn 250 at 500mg a week for 8 weeks. However, I won't explain the details but somehing caused me to abruptly go off gear without my pct lined up or in hand. All in all I just stopped injecting in about July or August of 2016 and my doctor said it would be fine with no Pct. I am just wondering if this is really true and for being a ~20 year old male would my testosterone levels just crawl back to normal by this time?

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    Certainly takes longer without PCT.

    It can crawl back to previous level, it can crawl back to half the original level, nobody knows and there's no guarantees.

    You need bloodwork to check it.

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    Get a blood test, also this is why you should have everything you need for your cycle and pct before you start.

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    It will eventually,but at that dose,who knows where your estrogen is at.
    I would get some pct items online or persist that the doc help you out with that. I see the reason why he doesn't though.

    Lesson learned,always have your ancillaries first then buy your gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16ADAM16 View Post
    So I took sustankn 250 at 500mg a week for 8 weeks. However, I won't explain the details but somehing caused me to abruptly go off gear without my pct lined up or in hand. All in all I just stopped injecting in about July or August of 2016 and my doctor said it would be fine with no Pct. I am just wondering if this is really true and for being a ~20 year old male would my testosterone levels just crawl back to normal by this time?
    Unless it's TRT. Why would your doctor have anything to do with this..

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