« on: May 13, 2018, 06:03:46 am »
Since you thought the cream you were using was effective, I was wondering which cream base was used as they all have different absorption percentages.
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2. I’ve been weight training 5-6 times a week for 8 years, without missing a week, and have had an extremely difficult time putting on muscle mass.
I was on topical cream. I stopped it because my wife has PCOS. The risk of transfer just isn’t worth it to me.
I went ahead and ordered labs. I get back in the US on the 31st, and I will probably just swing by Defy for the blood draw on the 1st of June. The results will determine my next step. If I go back on (most likely), I will give Testosterone Propionate a try. I’m thinking a very frequent injection schedule would be best (daily or every other day). The topicals gave me the best results, probably because of the daily dosing schedule, so I want to mimic that with an injectable. I will update my restart thread with lab results when I get them.
I do wonder if I should drop the Clomid before labs to see where I am really at.
Sorry to the OP if I’m hijacking. I don’t discourage trying to quit TRT, but I think it’s a one way street once you’re on it... no turning back.
Is it this stuff? "In another embodiment, the pharmaceutically acceptable carrier of the present invention includes van pen cream (cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, steric acid, gllycerol monosterate, isopropyl myristate, soya lecithin, BHT alcohol 95%, simethicone, sodium hydroxide 30% solution, polyoxyl stearate, edetate disodium 5%, purified water, urea)."
I switched to coconut milk a while back. I don't drink much of it though. I use half n half in my coffee. So, no milk for me. I do drink kefir once in a while, which is milk based. It's sort of like yogurt. I would drink raw milk, but it is a pain in the *** to get.
Creams and gels sometimes do not do much for T levels but do drive DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) levels very high. This does not seem to be true in your case as higher DHT generally increases libido, performance, and well-being. But he should get DHT tested as well (no matter what form of T application is used).