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Ken

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Re: Axiron Failure
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2013, 11:48:10 pm »
Latest Labs after 1 month of 100mg/week Injections:

The blood draw was on the 5th day of my 4th weekly injection.

Total T: 460 (up from 310)
Free T: 6.8 (up from 4.1)
FSH: 0.3 (to be expected on TRT)
LH: 0.1 (to be expected on TRT)
E2: 34.0 (up from 16.0 ! Bit surprising as I'm only 13% BF) No symptoms of high E2 though.

I see my doctor on Monday and I am going to ask him about moving up to 150mg/week from 100mg/week.  I would like to get that Total T up in the 600's or higher.  But based on my unexpected rise in E2 should I ask him about Arimedex or something else? Is the stuff safe?

Peak your input here would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Age: 52
Wt: 210lb
Ht: 6'1"
BF% 12.5

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Re: Axiron Failure
« Reply #16 on: March 08, 2013, 04:03:40 am »
Latest Labs after 1 month of 100mg/week Injections:

The blood draw was on the 5th day of my 4th weekly injection.

Total T: 460 (up from 310)
Free T: 6.8 (up from 4.1)
FSH: 0.3 (to be expected on TRT)
LH: 0.1 (to be expected on TRT)
E2: 34.0 (up from 16.0 ! Bit surprising as I'm only 13% BF) No symptoms of high E2 though.

I see my doctor on Monday and I am going to ask him about moving up to 150mg/week from 100mg/week.  I would like to get that Total T up in the 600's or higher.  But based on my unexpected rise in E2 should I ask him about Arimedex or something else? Is the stuff safe?

Peak your input here would be appreciated.

Thanks!

I can only tell you that at some HRT clinics I am hearing that the men can usually get off Arimidex or often reduce the dosage after about 6-9 months.  There is not formula or guarantee though.  And you should keep in mind that generally these men are going to a much higher T level, so it's a little different scenario.  Can't remember your weight situation but remember that dropping those pounds can help dramatically.
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Re: Axiron Failure
« Reply #16 on: March 08, 2013, 04:03:40 am »