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mikeMake

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« on: December 08, 2012, 01:37:37 am »
My doctor told me 250 mg of sustanon one time per month does not shut down your testis please is this right?

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« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2012, 01:59:16 am »
I think what he means is that he isn't going to give you big enough dosage to completely shut them down.  But any testosterone will somewhat shut down production unless you're taking HCG of course.

So ask him what he means for sure. 
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« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2012, 11:09:10 am »
250mg of testosterone will shut your down temporarily. Where do you life btw? In my country Sustanon and Nebido are the only choises when it comes to injectable testosterone.

Spelicialist around here, who have atleast somekind of understanind what they are doing, usually describe sus250 every 2-3 weeks. Some say that it needs to bee injected every 2 weeks. So in light of that, injecting 250mg every 4 weeks sounds horrible. I think that was the primary idea when sustanon was introduced into market many decades ago. When you look at sustanon pharmacokinetics and user experiences, it just doesnt work that way.

If you are going to take it, take it atleast every 2 weeks. Do you have any other options when it comes to injections?

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Re: sustanon
« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2012, 12:57:44 pm »
If that was me, I'd be up down and all over the place. I like having a nice stable serum level. It sucks when you feel like super man one day and totally dead the next.
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Re: sustanon
« Reply #4 on: December 08, 2012, 04:09:18 pm »
i want to know what is the dose that i can take without shutting down even per month or how can i prevent shutting down with the little dose to support me evey time

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Re: sustanon
« Reply #5 on: December 08, 2012, 04:26:20 pm »
In my country Sustanon and Nebido are the only choises when it comes to injectable testosterone.
Any idea why?  Is this just the standard of practice that developed or is there some economic/political reason behind it?
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« Reply #6 on: December 08, 2012, 05:02:36 pm »
Thats a good question.

Im guessing the reasons are partly economical. The national healthcare system wants to save money when ever they can, and making a deal with pharmaseutical company that claims you only need injections every 3-4 weeks, is much better than getting a single ester compound that needs to be injected every week. This happened back in the day when I was still a young kid. Sustanon had a big monopoly standing before nebido came out in 2004. Of course they eventually discovered that those claims about sustanon were bit too much. Based on my experience it would seem that they are promoting nebido much more at the moment. I can kinda understand it. Injections every 8-12 weeks is pretty nice - if it works that is.

All that said, I wish we had more options when it comes to injections. Guys in the uk belong to the same "protocol area", but they still have test enanthate along with sus and nebido.

You guys in the states are lucky when it comes to HRT. Of course its not perfect and you also seem to have a lot of horrible gps, who got their MD out of a cereal box - or atleast it seems like that.


In my country Sustanon and Nebido are the only choises when it comes to injectable testosterone.
Any idea why?  Is this just the standard of practice that developed or is there some economic/political reason behind it?

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« Reply #7 on: December 08, 2012, 07:06:55 pm »
I think sustanon is a very outdated product that the pharmacy companies had high hopes for when it was initially developed. It's rare for US doctors to prescribe it over the more commonplace enanthate/cypionate esters. It seems the fast acting, medium, and longer acting esters in sustanon's makeup were a good idea on paper but I think in the real world it hasn't shown those anticipated favorable results with providing stable symptom relief. I don't think the longer acting esters in sustanon are very different from those found in cypionate and we all know the flawed "logic" many doctors use today with the two week cypionate injection methods.

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« Reply #8 on: December 08, 2012, 07:57:29 pm »
Thats a good question.

Im guessing the reasons are partly economical. The national healthcare system wants to save money when ever they can, and making a deal with pharmaseutical company that claims you only need injections every 3-4 weeks, is much better than getting a single ester compound that needs to be injected every week. This happened back in the day when I was still a young kid. Sustanon had a big monopoly standing before nebido came out in 2004. Of course they eventually discovered that those claims about sustanon were bit too much. Based on my experience it would seem that they are promoting nebido much more at the moment. I can kinda understand it. Injections every 8-12 weeks is pretty nice - if it works that is.

All that said, I wish we had more options when it comes to injections. Guys in the uk belong to the same "protocol area", but they still have test enanthate along with sus and nebido.

You guys in the states are lucky when it comes to HRT. Of course its not perfect and you also seem to have a lot of horrible gps, who got their MD out of a cereal box - or atleast it seems like that.


In my country Sustanon and Nebido are the only choises when it comes to injectable testosterone.
Any idea why?  Is this just the standard of practice that developed or is there some economic/political reason behind it?

Yeah, that kind of lock down on options just would never happen over here in the States.  Here you've got every kind of option available to the docs usually for the major insurance carriers.  Pellets, actually, since they are expensive are not always covered. 

fyi:  Nebido is supposed to be every six weeks from what I have read.  I realize there's a little leeway, but I think in the States it's usually about about six weeks due to the half life.
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Re: sustanon
« Reply #8 on: December 08, 2012, 07:57:29 pm »