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    21 years old on the low end of normal.

    For as long as I can remember I've had trouble sleeping low sex drive, irritability, depression and fatigue. My blood work came back normal but my doctor says I'm on the low end of testosterone levels , however he said I was too young to be prescribed anything. I have reliable access to legit gear and I was wondering what kind of dosage I should be looking at to go from the 300's to the high end of normal. I really just want to feel like more of a man and have a high sex drive and energy. Would 300 mg test e a week be too high of a dose to cruise on? Also I haven't been able to find info on what the ai and hcg dosages would be if I take it at that level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteboyy0 View Post
    For as long as I can remember I've had trouble sleeping low sex drive, irritability, depression and fatigue. My blood work came back normal but my doctor says I'm on the low end of testosterone levels, however he said I was too young to be prescribed anything. I have reliable access to legit gear and I was wondering what kind of dosage I should be looking at to go from the 300's to the high end of normal. I really just want to feel like more of a man and have a high sex drive and energy. Would 300 mg test e a week be too high of a dose to cruise on? Also I haven't been able to find info on what the ai and hcg dosages would be if I take it at that level.
    Welcome.

    Did your doctor suggest anything at all? At 21 years old there has to be a reason why it's so low. You may want to discuss this further with your doc, or find another doc in an attempt to find the root cause. It could be thyroid related for example, and can be fixed without administering testosterone .

    I strongly advise you to continue research and seeking a knowledgeable endocrinologist before attempting to self-treat yourself. You need a whole lot more blood work than just total testosterone levels . Check this sticky thread as it will help you find a doc and show you the blood work you'll need to get. We can help you break down your results so that you're more informed when speaking to your doctor.
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    300mg per week would be too much for almost everyone to cruise on...it's approaching a cycle dose.

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    What would you guys suggest then? Doctors have been a waste not time and money they automatically discredit me because I'm only 21. Im healthy beaides my low t. Could I do a 12 week cycle to kick start then taper down to a smaller trt dose of maybe 200mg a week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteboyy0 View Post
    What would you guys suggest then? Doctors have been a waste not time and money they automatically discredit me because I'm only 21. Im healthy beaides my low t. Could I do a 12 week cycle to kick start then taper down to a smaller trt dose of maybe 200mg a week?
    Get more blood work as stated, so that you can find the cause. You don't have low T 'just because'. there has to be a reason considering your age. Healthy is a loose term. You don't have to have signs or be bedridden to have underlying issues. If you cycle now, you will cause even more damage. That is a bad idea.

    Get more blood work as outlined above.
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    ^^^^ this. you also need to educate yourself about how TRT works, there is no such thing kick starting your natural test production by cycling steroids . BW is the only way to show what is wrong. check out Finding a Physician thread started by kelkel so you know what BW you need.

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