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Therapy Issues / Re: Clomid and Oestrogen
« Last post by Anonymous on Today at 09:41:53 AM »
I'm not too sure tbh. I'm under the care of Dr Savage who's very switched on with all this, so I presume he would've still liked it to be the lower side of the range, even if the reading was in range still so to speak.

Safe to say I/we found the sweet spot now and everything is going fine so far, fingers crossed. :)
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Therapy Issues / Re: Clomid and Oestrogen
« Last post by jaytay on Today at 06:29:23 AM »
Hi JayTay

Here are my blood test results below, hope this helps you somewhat.

July 2016 (50mg Clomid M W F)
Testosterone - 30.7nmol/L (9.9-27.8 )
Oestradiol - 324pmol/L (99-192)

September 2016 - added in AI @ 0.5mg M and Th. Clomid reduced to 25mg)

Test - 35.6 (10-28)
E - 181 (100-192)

February 2017 - Clomid & AI as above
Test - 26.3nmol/L [8.6-29]
Oestrogen - 120pmol/L [99-192]
Red blood count - 5.52 [4.5-5.5]


31st May 2017 - latest blood tests I have using same protocol above
Test - 25nmol/L [8.6-29]
Oestradiol - 108pmol/L [99-192]
Red blood cell count - 5.07 [4.5-5.5]
Haemoglobin - 148g/L [130-170]
Haematocrit - 0.425 [0.4-0.5]

Thanks mate, thatís super helpful.  I see your oestrogen was off the charts prior to the AI. Do you think your doctor would have prescribed the AI if it was high but still in range ?  I would like to give it a try just to rule it out.
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Therapy Issues / Re: Sustanon
« Last post by Olly13 on January 17, 2018, 11:45:21 PM »
I haven't checked yet, but apparently you can buy vials online. I'm wondering if they'd be of any use. Could be hasstle though having to keep boiling them up to clean them

Not worth it mate, it'll just add to the faff imo. Splitting it as I've done takes a couple of minutes max once you get used to it. :)
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Therapy Issues / Re: Sustanon
« Last post by Patch on January 17, 2018, 09:31:02 PM »
I haven't checked yet, but apparently you can buy vials online. I'm wondering if they'd be of any use. Could be hasstle though having to keep boiling them up to clean them
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Therapy Issues / Re: Sustanon
« Last post by Olly13 on January 17, 2018, 09:19:27 PM »
Do you use the same needle to inject as you did to draw or do you swap to a clean fresh needle at each stage?

I swap to a fresh needle, 1 for hygiene if it's been used as a cap for the spare syringe, 2 because it'll be blunt from drawing up, and 3 because I'm not shoving a 21G harpoon anywhere, I'd much rather inject with a 25g or 27g, virtually painless. :)
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Therapy Issues / Re: Sustanon
« Last post by mt006 on January 17, 2018, 08:43:44 PM »
Do you use the same needle to inject as you did to draw or do you swap to a clean fresh needle at each stage?
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Therapy Issues / Re: Testogel manufacturer supply issue
« Last post by Magnificat on January 17, 2018, 06:18:18 PM »
Still no Testogel with my pharmacists supplier as of today.

Help, I hate the Tostran stuff as I must be allergic (causes significant skin irritation) to the stuff that they make it from.
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Therapy Issues / Re: Sustanon
« Last post by Olly13 on January 17, 2018, 05:08:33 PM »
Cheers olly13, very informative

No worries, your welcome. :)
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Therapy Issues / Re: Sustanon
« Last post by Patch on January 17, 2018, 03:45:58 PM »
Cheers olly13, very informative
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Therapy Issues / Re: Tostran irritating skin irritation!
« Last post by Magnificat on January 17, 2018, 03:01:36 PM »
A temporary change to Sustanon might help since at least I have experience of this product and know its good and bad points, Iíll check with local pharmacists later today whether their distributors have stocks of Testogel in hand, if not then Iíll need to convince (a challenge to say the least) the GP (probably the pharmacist) to prescribe Sustanon. I have an appointment scheduled with the endo specialist  early Feb could discuss matters in detail then, the only question is my patience with skin irritations will last as long.

When the Testogel suddenly dropped out of supply late last year so my local pharmacy could not obtain supplies my GP (their pharmacist) had no idea what would replace it! I ended up emailing the Endo, it seems he has left the hospital (help!) a locum specialist advised Tostran or Nebido, I advised the GPs pharmacist my concerns re Nebido (the specialist in past advised my blood numbers too high on Sustanon, Nebido would be worse))) so I was stuck with Tostran.

The GPís pharmacist was doubly annoying by insisting supplies of Testogel were now available in UK, she had rung manufacturers who stated all OK and would not accept my pharmacists or my word on this. Finally accepting defeat the GPís pharmacist did agree to get the GP  to issue script for Tostran, fair to say I was not impressed by this unhelpful intervention.  :(
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