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    Drseid is offline New Member
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    1 hrt cycle in summer for 40 y/o

    Hrt for peaking 1x a year
    I am a 40 yo male. I am getting bloodwork tomorrow. I am a little nervous about hrt. I had my t levels check a few years ago and it was 170.
    I look pretty muscular now and feel ok. My libido is fair.

    I cant imagine taking exogenous test / hcg shots for the next 40 years. I would like to maybe do 1-2 cycles a year to look better and feel better.

    Anybody else doing it this way? I will post my bw next week. Just trying to formulate a short term/ long term strategy.

    Any suggestions of pros/cons?

    Thx

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    HRT is for life, no such thing cycling HRT! if you do then you'll be going through a rollercoaster. nothing wrong being on HRT for the rest of your life if its called for it, but to do it for the sake of cycling its not the right way.

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    Ok,ok. That's what i was afraid of. I will get my Bw tomorrow. So, if they are normal i will probably just do a regular cycle in the summer to increase gains. Then, get my natural test levels back up with pct.

    If i am low ( like in the past) i guess i will have to decide if i want the long term comittment of hrt. Cost not really an issue.
    Has anybody started hrt and quit due to hassle? If i go on hrt, and then decide a year later to abort, am i going to be screwed? Or will my normal test levels come back?

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    I don't know anyone that quit HRT, so I can't make a comment. but to go on HRT and feel great and make good improvements physically then decide to go back to where you were (if that's even possible) what's the point? I think you're looking to cycle, so just do that and do proper PCT.

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