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    Humbucker is offline New Member
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    trt two years now

    Hi all. Just joined the forum. Two years ago I started with 100mg test a week. Last year I went up to 125mg a week. Prescribed by a urologist. Now here is the fun part.
    I was able to acquire two 10ml bottles of test at 250mg per ml and two 10ml bottles of Boldenone Undecylenate at 300mg per ml.
    Not sure it I will take the testosterone at that level. Then I had an idea. Call one of those hormone clinics that charges way to much, jump through those hoops and get prescribed 200mg test per week along with the estrogen blocker and hcg .
    I think I will run the boldenone at 300mg per week for 16 weeks along with the new test prescription.
    All thoughts and feedback welcome.
    Thanks!

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    I've been TRT for 3 years now, getting in a good cycle is hard because I have to see the doctor for blood work every 3-4 months. I wouldn't go to a hormone clinic, waste of time and money. There are ways you can crash your test before you blood test and your doctor can raise your dose. Or, just tell your doctor you aren't feeling well and want to try a higher dose. I've ran a few cycles while on TRT, never ran any PCT, just cruised on my TRT dose and had no issues. I recommend "less is more" approach when figuring your AAS dosing, I had great results on what most would consider low end doses. I've ran dbol , tren , and mast cycles/stacks.

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    Humbucker is offline New Member
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    Thank you. That helps confirm what I have read. Low dose cycles are effective. I want to start slow and steady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbucker View Post
    Thank you. That helps confirm what I have read. Low dose cycles are effective. I want to start slow and steady.

    Then simply up your test dose. Leave the EQ out of the mix for your first cycle. Also, take the time and read the Successful First Cycle thread at the top of the AAS Q & A Forum. Follow it to a T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sh0tsf1red View Post
    There are ways you can crash your test before you blood test and your doctor can raise your dose.
    How?

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