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    Blast and cruise

    So I've been on my trt protocol a few weeks, already starting to see positive things. I have no intention to do a cycle now, but I was thinking about the future. My question is if I'm already on trt, and once I get my protocol dialed in, there would really be no harm in doing a blast of say 500 mg test cyp for a few weeks and then return to my old protocol that I felt good at correct?
    The main reason guys stay away from juice is because they don't want to shut down their natural production, but if I already know I'll be on trt for life there's really no harm in blasting to put on some solid mass? Just want to hear some opinions from others or if anyone else is knowledgeable in blast and cruise. Thanks!

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    There's no problem at all doing that in the future. Only concern is to make sure BW is in order and you give yourself enough time between doctor appointments to avoid issues in that regard. Simply follow the Successful First Cycle thread.

    That said, if you just started TRT you really should give it a solid year to dial it in which can take time. Also to reap all the gains you can from having restored, youthful T levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    There's no problem at all doing that in the future. Only concern is to make sure BW is in order and you give yourself enough time between doctor appointments to avoid issues in that regard. Simply follow the Successful First Cycle thread.

    That said, if you just started TRT you really should give it a solid year to dial it in which can take time. Also to reap all the gains you can from having restored, youthful T levels.
    Yo kel ...this is also marcus' policy. But why is it not smart to run a cycle lets say in the 4th month of Nebido.

    In my head the nebido will be running in the background no matter what.

    Will the TU degrade after the cyckle?....like...it will just lift u to the 400s and not the 600s if u went "natty" the first year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silabolin View Post
    Will the TU degrade after the cyckle?....like...it will just lift u to the 400s and not the 600s if u went "natty" the first year?
    There is chance due to AAS downregulation of SHBG. That can speed up excretion and metabolism a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silabolin View Post
    Yo kel ...this is also marcus' policy. But why is it not smart to run a cycle lets say in the 4th month of Nebido.

    In my head the nebido will be running in the background no matter what.
    Simply because it can take a good amount of time to dial in and learn how you respond to testosterone therapy . Getting stable with T levels, E2, RBC's and so on. Now for guys who are used to cycling such as yourself it's a bit different, but time is still needed to make sure you're stable and can get through your doctor appointments with flying colors. Then it's off to the races.

    I don't see any degradation of TU occurring, at least any that you'd notice. Biz is on point but that would be an extreme circumstance. When your cycle is over you'll revert back to your normal Nebido levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Simply because it can take a good amount of time to dial in and learn how you respond to testosterone therapy . Getting stable with T levels, E2, RBC's and so on. Now for guys who are used to cycling such as yourself it's a bit different, but time is still needed to make sure you're stable and can get through your doctor appointments with flying colors. Then it's off to the races.

    I don't see any degradation of TU occurring, at least any that you'd notice. Biz is on point but that would be an extreme circumstance. When your cycle is over you'll revert back to your normal Nebido levels.
    Do you think it's possible clomid could be killing my sex drive? A week before I got my new trt doc I gave myself a shot of 150 mg test cyp and starting feeling a higher sex drive. Im about to be on week 4 of my protocol at 100 mg test cyp 25 mg clomid daily and hcg on the last 3 days before my next shot. I seem to feel a little better at the start of the week when I get my test shot on Monday, and seem to be feeling worse by Friday or Saturday. Overall I don't have a big change in libido. Could this be from the clomid? I have read that clomid can kill your sex drive. Also, my next visit with the doc is May 18 and he has already brought up that he may switch me to 100 mg every 5 days which I believe will keep me at a much steadier level.

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    Whether it is or isn't, if you continue to think that it is, it will kill it. Like I said before, it's an "old school" protocol you're dealing with. Switch to every 5 days and you'll be in much better shape. Then just do your hcg any two days that you choose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Whether it is or isn't, if you continue to think that it is, it will kill it. Like I said before, it's an "old school" protocol you're dealing with. Switch to every 5 days and you'll be in much better shape. Then just do your hcg any two days that you choose.
    Yeah he already mentioned switching me to every 5 days if I'm not feeling as well. The thing is my appointment isn't until May 18. Should I ask to see him sooner or is that pushing it

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    Nothing wrong with telling him you still feel like crap. He's supposed to be there to help.
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