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    Dashet is offline New Member
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    TRT & Tren E

    I'm On week 7 of TRT. Dosage is 200 mg test C per week and 500 hcg and 1mg of arimidex . Hcg is done at home so i split dosage mon/thurs. test is done 1x per week (can't do it any other way trust me I've tried so that i can split dosage.)

    They are running my blood work week 10 then week 15 and then on week 27. Right after week 15 blood work i want to start tren E. 450 mg weekly split over 2 injections for 8 weeks. By doing so i will have 4 weeks of recovery prior to next bloodwork.

    1. Is that enough time for my bloodwork to check out correctly? I fear losing the TRT treatment and don't want to throw any red flags up.

    2. What should i take when coming off the tren? I will still have the test, hcg and arimidex like normal. Anything else i need?

    3. Am i being to cautious with waiting? Will my bloodwork be out of whack. I'd like to start asap but also don't want issues so willing to wait another 9 weeks if i have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashet View Post
    I'm On week 7 of TRT. Dosage is 200 mg test C per week and 500 hcg and 1mg of arimidex . Hcg is done at home so i split dosage mon/thurs. test is done 1x per week (can't do it any other way trust me I've tried so that i can split dosage.)

    They are running my blood work week 10 then week 15 and then on week 27. Right after week 15 blood work i want to start tren E. 450 mg weekly split over 2 injections for 8 weeks. By doing so i will have 4 weeks of recovery prior to next bloodwork.

    1. Is that enough time for my bloodwork to check out correctly? I fear losing the TRT treatment and don't want to throw any red flags up.

    2. What should i take when coming off the tren? I will still have the test, hcg and arimidex like normal. Anything else i need?

    3. Am i being to cautious with waiting? Will my bloodwork be out of whack. I'd like to start asap but also don't want issues so willing to wait another 9 weeks if i have to.
    it seems to be the consensus that you should qait a year while on trt before throwing other stuff into the mix to let everything settle.

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    Assume you're implying that you have to go to the doctors office every week for your test injection? If so that's horrible. He trusts you to inject your hcg with a slin pin but not your test? Makes zero sense. Talk to him/her about allowing you to inject your T subquetaneously as well twice weekly. You can get by with less T and therefore less Adex this way as well. Read this and show it to your doctor:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17143361

    I can give you a more modern study but it deals with transgenders and SQ injection effacacy.

    Other than the above, Closhmo is on point. If your T levels were absymal then just optimizing them with TRT should make a world of difference for you. It takes time to get dialed in with TRT and for some it's quite difficult. Managing your E2, Hemo, Hema can all come into play. Throwing additional AAS in the mix right now is really not a good idea imho, especially Tren because if your doctor is monitoring your cholesterol (as he should) with the initiation of TRT then he'll surely notice that your chol is crushed. Tren will do that. It's particularly hard on HDL which does not bounce back that quickly.

    All that being said, if you were determined to do this right now, and I caution against it, it should be Tren-A, not E for maybe 6 weeks.
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    I should of been more specific. I've been on TRT nearly a year however i ha 3 months off when i moved across country. This is Week 7 of my new place. Doc would allow me to do the test myself however it cost double to do it that way. For whatever reason "dropship" cost me $250 monthly rather than my 30.00 copay each week that i go. It's BS. I just can't afford to do it that way. Money is tight right now. Tren E is all i have on hand and am eager to run it.

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    Ok. Still though E is not worth it for what you're thinking. It'll take about 4 weeks to really kick in then you're off in another 4. Not worth it imho. Would you get something out of it? Sure, but it's short lived and probably not worth the sides and effects on your BW prior to your next labs.
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    tren is going to trash your cholesterol and more then likely elevate your hematocrit significantly (which will show up on blood work for months). the doc will attribute these things to TRT possibly , but he will more then likely see it as a big negative that trt is effecting you so badly (not realizing it was the Tren).

    but maybe who cares what your doctor thinks . do what you want. thats why I stopped going with a Doc for TRT years ago and just do my own thing now

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