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    Hi Guys,

    I have just signed up to this because I have an issue bothering me and no one else can help.

    2 years ago I went on a 2 x 12 week course of anabolic steroids, testosterone and trenboline. Afterwards I took Clomid for approx 2 - 3 weeks. I took a blood test before I started the course and my test levels were at 22.

    Having came off the steroids I noticed my drive was way down so I got blood tests taken again to make sure my levels were ok. The test count levels were down at 10. I explained all to the doctor and he told me to keep training, eating well and they will make their own way up. I tried taking suppliments too. Zinc, etc.

    That was 1.5 years ago and I just checked with the doctor last week and my levels have not gone up at all.

    Is this the usual? I have no drive and no morning wood, ever.

    Now I know I was stupid and nieve and all that but this is really my last hope as I have asked numerous people in the gyms and the doctors and no one can I advise what to do.

    Any help will be very much so appreciated as I have been worried about it over the last two years, its being an extra weight on my shoulders.

    Thankyou for any help/ advise.

    Sorry I forgot to mention I have just turned 30 years of age.


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    How old are you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    How old are you?
    Very sorry I should have said I have just turned 30!


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    If it were 2 years ago, then it's not the juice that's causing your current issue. A number of issues can (and will) cause T levels to drop. Stress is number 1 but other health factors will impact T levels as well. I read an article on this a while back but damned if I can remember where.

    I suggest you go to your dr and get a referral to a reproductive endocrinologist who can look at your unique situation.
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    Get a full hormone panel LH/Fsh/tsh/free testosterone/full testosterone/liver functions/kidney functions/full blood profile.

    This should be asked from your doctor and then see what it is..

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    Thanks for the replies! Yes I have asked to see an endocrinologist but the doctor told me that since I am at 10 they will do nothing for me. Worth a try anyway.. Is there anything that I can take, another course of Clomid, dbols, etc that might promote the testosterone?

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    Tell us a bit more about yourself.

    Maybe a picture of your good self, where you live, your occupation, your workout.

    I have my suspicions about you.


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    Haha what suspicions could you have? I’m not asking for anything! Only advise! I lived in Australia for 3 years, Perth to be exact! But I have returned home to Ireland 2 years ago which is when I stopped my course! I’m a civil engineer! Work out at the minute is modified around building muscle and ripping up.. so lots of supersets and hit the prowler or the assault bike after my session! Try to get into gym 5/6 evenings a week if at all possible! Good enough?


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    Quote Originally Posted by fordranger View Post
    Hi Guys,

    I have just signed up to this because I have an issue bothering me and no one else can help.

    2 years ago I went on a 2 x 12 week course of anabolic steroids, testosterone and trenboline. Afterwards I took Clomid for approx 2 - 3 weeks. I took a blood test before I started the course and my test levels were at 22.

    Having came off the steroids I noticed my drive was way down so I got blood tests taken again to make sure my levels were ok. The test count levels were down at 10. I explained all to the doctor and he told me to keep training, eating well and they will make their own way up. I tried taking suppliments too. Zinc, etc.

    That was 1.5 years ago and I just checked with the doctor last week and my levels have not gone up at all.

    Is this the usual? I have no drive and no morning wood, ever.

    Now I know I was stupid and nieve and all that but this is really my last hope as I have asked numerous people in the gyms and the doctors and no one can I advise what to do.

    Any help will be very much so appreciated as I have been worried about it over the last two years, its being an extra weight on my shoulders.

    Thankyou for any help/ advise.

    Sorry I forgot to mention I have just turned 30 years of age.


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    If your hpta is 10 seems like the testes are still working but at the low end of normal. Pay to see a specialist with full blood panels. If no luck get on trt. If your still managing to workout 6 days the low t seems manageable though.

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