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    Did i have a crash

    So i started TRT a month ago, i had levels of 204 ng/dl before starting. Ive had 3 shots of test e for 3 weeks @ 200 mg/ml how ever its been 12 days since my last injection and i now feel extremely fatigued all of the sudden and bed ridden similar to how i felt before... is 12 days long enough to crash or is it something else?

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    After about 12 days you'll have only about 25% of your last shot in you and about 12% of the shot before that in you. (I'm assumming you were doing weekly shots.)
    So yes, your levels are crashed to where you were before say 5 days after your last shot.

    That is why most on this forum recommend weekly if not twice weekly shots.

    If you were taking weekly shots, why has it now been 12 days since your last shot?

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    I doubt you crashed, youre on a high doss of test at regular intervals. I think your E2 levels might have jumped.

    I've experienced both a crash and a spike in E2 levels and have found that the elevated estrogen is more acute and hits faster.

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    At 12th day you probably in the tank. After 3 shots your natural production is shut down by now, and test have about 6 days half life, so if you peaked at 1300 at 6th day you'll be at 700, 6 more days you'll be at 350 or less. This is why a minimum protocol should be at once a week, butter twice a week.

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    Well i took a shot yesterday, still feeling horrible, sick, fatigued, cant move... hoping to feel better soon.

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