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    Point me in the direction to buy Test Cyp online

    Long story short finding a doctor at 21 is near impossible. Any low t center won't treat anyone under 25, and the any other doctor is not willing to prescribe me weekly at home shots. I have already been diaganosed so please don't try to persuade me away. My last doctor would only give me monthly shots and refused to do weekly so I left him. My last doctor wanted to do a clomid restart, even though my given diagnoses was from a brain injury that resulted in my pituitary not sending the right signals so I have no interest in trying to "restart" a broken machine. I am going to start self injecting weekly until I can find a doctor. So if anyone could please point me in the direction to buying online that would help. I know it isn't pharmacy grade but it's better than waiting 6 months or longer to get a decent doctor.

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    Why not try a clinic? Defy Medical or similar.
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    All the clinics I have tried won't take anyone under the age of 25

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    Also, I have an older bottle of watson test cyp that was prescribed to me. It looks fine still liquid no crystals. I am going to start by using this. The bottle is 2000 mg/10 ml. I am going to start by trying 150 mg a week. So the dosing had me a little confused.. If there is 2000mg or 10 ml in the bottle, there would be 200 mg in one ml. So if I want to start at 150 mg a week I would be taking 0.75 ml correct? Also, can I just go to the pharmacy it was filled at and they should give me needles if they pull it up and see I was prescribed that? I actually worked in that pharmacy where it was filled so I'm sure they should give me needles no problem.

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    Still suggest giving that site a call and asking. Maybe you'll get lucky. If you try this on your own make sure you have a good supply in hand and access to more in the future, as well as ancillaries such as adex. HCG is another topic. I would not start this with only one bottle in your possession. I also would start at half that dose but twice per week. I'd really think hard on this and keep looking for help.

    Why would a pharmacy give you syringes?
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    Because I have had a script for test cyp in the past at that pharmacy so they had no problem giving me syringes. I am on the hunt for a new place to buy though. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Still suggest giving that site a call and asking. Maybe you'll get lucky. If you try this on your own make sure you have a good supply in hand and access to more in the future, as well as ancillaries such as adex. HCG is another topic. I would not start this with only one bottle in your possession. I also would start at half that dose but twice per week. I'd really think hard on this and keep looking for help.
    I couldn't agree more. TRT is pretty much a lifetime thing. You do not want to start and completely shut down your natural production without a source and a stash. I also agree with the HCG recommendation. At your age, you want to think about preserving fertility. HCG will do that while you are on TRT. Syringes are so easy to get through mail order (in most states). I get mine through total Diabetes Supply (https://www.totaldiabetessupply.com/...355_a_7c328280).

    Also, I highly recommend starting at a lower dose and more frequent interval. 2000 mg/10 mL = 200 mg/mL (a standard concentration). I suggest starting at 0.2 mL every 3 days using a 25 or 28 G insulin syringe. Be patient while you draw it up, particularly with the 28G. At 0.2 mL = 40 mg. Doing this E3D equates to 93 mg/week. This should keep your T levels within the upper 50% to 90% of range all the time. No major ups or down and E conversion will be less of a problem then at higher doses less frequently.

    It is best to start small and work your way up if necessary. If you start big, it's going to be more difficult to drop down off of the T high when side-effects occur. More than likely, your hematocrite will go out of range if you use a protocol of more than 100 mg per week. So in time you will need to reduce the dose and that is going to be tough.

    Also, your energy, concentration, and libido are a moving target the first 4 weeks of TRT. It takes about 6 weeks for things to stabilize. Don't make any adjustments within that first 4-6 weeks based on how you are feeling. Give it time to stabilize. Always, always base your dosing decisions on follow up labs. Learn of to get them done on your own. More than likely your doc won't corporate.

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    I can guarantee you will make things worse you need a doctor to help you it's not just test. As was mentioned you need ai's and hcg . That dose is on the high side for trt. Usually people start lower. Find a doctor.

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