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Nebido + HCG
« on: March 01, 2013, 07:18:13 pm »
Hi,

I have been on  Nebido(now every 10 weeks) for 5 months and it has already shut down my tadpole factory to ZERO!!   
I would like to add HCG to the mix and arimidex...
Has anyone tried this??
Any ideas of a good protocol? I was thinking along the line of Nebido every 10 weeks, HCG 250-500IU twice a week, Arimidex .5 every 3 days or twice a week depending on blood tests.

Anyway, I am seeing the dr on Tuesday and it will be interesting to see what he prescribes me..

Thanks in advance for any input

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Re: Nebido + HCG
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2013, 10:15:29 pm »
Hi,

I have been on  Nebido(now every 10 weeks) for 5 months and it has already shut down my tadpole factory to ZERO!!   
I would like to add HCG to the mix and arimidex...
Has anyone tried this??
Any ideas of a good protocol? I was thinking along the line of Nebido every 10 weeks, HCG 250-500IU twice a week, Arimidex .5 every 3 days or twice a week depending on blood tests.

Anyway, I am seeing the dr on Tuesday and it will be interesting to see what he prescribes me..

Thanks in advance for any input

You know I would really like to hear his response for this.  Did you know undecanoate was actually considered for use as a contraceptive.  I don't know whether it is uniquely powerful, but it definitely shuts down sperm production:

http://jcem.endojournals.org/content/88/2/562.short
"A Multicenter Contraceptive Efficacy Study of Injectable Testosterone Undecanoate in Healthy Chinese Men"

http://jcem.endojournals.org/content/84/10/3642.short
"A Clinical Trial of Injectable Testosterone Undecanoate as a Potential Male Contraceptive in Normal Chinese Men"

"We conclude that both dosages of TU can effectively, safely, and reversibly suppress spermatogenesis in normal Chinese men."

By the way, did you actually get the counts?  Can I ask what your numbers were if so?
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Re: Nebido + HCG
« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2013, 12:38:46 pm »
So is undecanoate  more damaging to sperm than usual testosterone shots such as cypionate ???

No, I didn't get any numbers as the test just says that there is no sperm present, I had to translate it as it was in Russian..  "mobility is not defines DUE ABSENCE spermatozoa in the ejaculate" translated by google rather badly but you get the idea...

I am seeing my Urologist next week so it will be interesting what he puts me on.. He is the President of the Professional Association of Andrology Russia (Paar)
and Deputy Chairman of the Russian Society of Urology, so I hope he should have some ideas... HCG and Arimidex are both written about on his website... BTW, it only costs between 60-70 bucks to see him, which is cheap as chips, and no long waits...

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Re: Nebido + HCG
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2013, 04:24:55 pm »
So is undecanoate  more damaging to sperm than usual testosterone shots such as cypionate ???

I don't think so.  I believe it was studies because of its convenience.  With contraceptive you obviously want to make things as easy as possible.

And let us know...
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Re: Nebido + HCG
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