I am estimated a 8% body fat at most but possibly less. I need to do another test. I barely can pinch much skin/fat on me. I am naturally stocky but I use that to my advantage in the gym. I would not say I am on a diet, but I would call it a lifestyle change more than anything else. I eat right and indulge once in a while with sweets if I deserve it. I cut drinking sodas to one to two a week at most.
It was originally under 300 without anything then I started Androgel. My average test level without T-Cyp injections was under 100 with Androgel after an entire year of use. I threw Androgel in the trash and highly recommend people do not buy into that expensive garbage that does not work.
When I first took my injections and was not prescribed Armidex, I started to get sore and lumpy nipples and ED. After the Armidex, miracles happened.
thats not clear about whether you diet down from a higher bodyfat to 8% , it sounds lke you did. how long ago was that?
being sub 10% can cause hormones to plumment
I wonder what would happen to your test level/feelings if you took bromocriptinehttp://www.bodyrecomposition.com/bromocriptine
I gave you an tidpit from the book
Bromocriptine and sex
Ok, I bet that topic heading grabbed your attention, even if you’re wondering
what sex has to do with any of this. But let’s face it, most of us want to be more
muscular and/or leaner for the most superficial and shallow of reasons. Sure, we tell
people that it’s to be healthier or live a fuller life, or to fulfill some psychological void in
our life, and there may be a little truth to all of that. In the big scheme of things, it’s
pretty much bull. We mostly put ourselves through this to look better naked. Or to look
good enough to potential sexual partners so that we get more of an opportunity to
frolic naked with them.
In that vein, I should mention that bromocriptine may have pro-sexual effects on
top of everything else. Just as it is involved in so many other aspects of human
physiology, the dopaminergic (DA producing) system is involved in sexual response.
Dopamine appears to be involved in both sexual response and male erection,
although it’s role in female sexual response is less well established (82).
A known response to dieting is a decrease in both sexual interest and ability,
which makes a certain type of evolutionary sense. When you’re starving really isn’t a
great time to get your mate pregnant because there won’t be enough food available to
bring the baby to term. Dropping leptin, and its effects on DA (and subsequently other
hormones such as testosterone and estrogen, both of which are involved in sex drive)
might well be involved in this decrease in sexual function (it s already established that
dropping leptin shuts down normal female reproductive functioning). Bromocriptine,
by normalizing DA levels might be expected to have pro-sexual effects in this regard.
Additionally, a surge in prolactin following orgasm appears to be related to the