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Thread: Staying on Test even though normal natural levels.

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    Staying on Test even though normal natural levels.

    This may be a stupid question but oh well..my natural test level is within the level it should be at, if I stay on test would I be damaging my endo system? Reason why I am asking, is because I find it helps working out and weight loss etc. I'm about to do a PCT, wish I don't have to, hate how I feel while my body kick starts the natural test. It makes me a zombie at work. What are the long term affects of staying on Test? Cancer? other issues?

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    You talking about long term elevated (cycle) test levels or TRT levels.
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    How old are you? Your basically describing blasting and cruising. Sure you could stay on a trt dose but plan on injecting for life. Nothing wrong with that in my opinion but if you dont absolutely need trt you should probably just continue with pct.

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    I wouldn't do it. Yes you shut down your natural test production and probably won't restart after long time shut down. Anytime you take AAS there are risks involved. I am taking TRT and it is OK now since I am competing, but after it will be a pain in the butt. Literally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octaneforce View Post
    How old are you? Your basically describing blasting and cruising. Sure you could stay on a trt dose but plan on injecting for life. Nothing wrong with that in my opinion but if you dont absolutely need trt you should probably just continue with pct.
    Im 42. I will just do the PCT. Who knows what the future holds. And the saying does "if it ain't broken then don't fix it".
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDToronto View Post
    Im 42. I will just do the PCT. Who knows what the future holds. And the saying does "if it ain't broken then don't fix it".
    Yep thats right. Just do bloodwork regularly and if you really do feel like crap and have low test levels than you can go the doctor route and find a good endo that knows about trt.

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    You came to the right conclusion. By the time I'm your age I will have 14 years of trt. I'm roughly 8 years in, and often I just deal with low test, because.it becomes a hastle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octaneforce View Post
    find a good endo that knows about trt.
    That's not as easy as it sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69 View Post
    That's not as easy as it sounds.
    I know. I see guys on here really search hard for a good doc. Luckily im in new york and theres tons of doctors here so its almost the luck of the draw.

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