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    Noratryptamine is offline New Member
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    Testosterone much too HIGH after PCT

    In my penultimate PCT (Test P, Tren A cycle) i used Clomid and Nolva , waited 3 weeks and did a hormone test.
    I sadly lost my whole cycle logs. I still know my test levels were out of the scale, i think about 14ng

    I did not wait the recommended time (Duration of cycle + PCT) until my next cycle, i guess 1/3 or so too less. Stupid, i know.

    Then did a Test E + Tren E cycle for 13 weeks, about 600mg Test and 450mg Tren ew.
    Sounds quite harsh, but i had 0 side effects other than night sweats in the middle of the cycle. None.


    Then did 2 weeks 50mg Clomid parallel to 1 week 40mg Nolva 3 weeks 20mg Nolva as PCT. (total 4 weeks)

    Waited 3 weeks and did a hormone test 3 days ago.
    LH: 11.5mIU/ml
    Prolactin 2.0ng/ml
    Testosterone 13.6ng/ml

    I do not understand....
    Why does my test keep on going above baseline direclty after PCT? The second time now.
    Is this bad or only a sign of really good recovery?
    Does this mean i am ready to cycle again Or are there other resaons to wait the (Lenght of Cycle+Length of PCT) before the next cycle, other than hormone levels?
    Want to do Test E and Equipoise next, i feel sorry for the poor liver and Tren is not nearly as powerful on me as it should be.

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    3 weeks after pct will probably still show the effects of the serms in bloodwork - skewing the numbers.

    Getting bloodwork 6-8 weekd after pct is recommended to get accurate values

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollowedzeus View Post
    3 weeks after pct will probably still show the effects of the serms in bloodwork - skewing the numbers.

    Getting bloodwork 6-8 weekd after pct is recommended to get accurate values
    Like hollow said, you're still hyper-stimulated.
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