I'm 41 years old. My testosterone level is very low (95), probably because i've taken nondrolone decanolate without any HCG during or after. How much and how ofter should i take HCG now in order to have by body start producing its own testosterone?
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Yes. I regret having taken deca. I want my body to start producing its own testosterone. i don't want to inject testosterone to raise my levels. i want my body to go back to normal -- quick!
The HCG is not a hormone that I would recommend because when you look at HOW testosterone AND DHT (Dihydroxy Testosterone) are made, HCG is NO WHERE in the equation, so HCG will NOT help you at all.So, if you have LOW Testosterone - it can be supplemented by hormone replacement with testosterone. Testosterone replacement therapy can be prescribed as an intramuscular injection usually given on a biweekly basis, as a patch or gel placed on the skin, or as putty that is applied to the gums of the mouth. SO, treatment is NOT just with an injection - testosterone is well absorbed other ways.
i understand. the reason i mentioned HCG is because i've been taking deca, which shuts down the body from producing its own testosterone. i don't want to add testosterone to solve the problem. i want my body to "wake up" and start producing its own testosterone.
Sometimes when you ADD a substance your body then knows it needs the substance - and then those cells that USE the substance such as testosterone - then give a feed back to the part of the body that makes testosterone and DHT - and so when you start to back off of the EXTERNALLY used testosterone, your body is then telling the cells that make testosterone to KICK IN so that you can have a higher level of testosterone - so I would give it a shot - with the injection, the gel, etc and see what happens.
My specific question is this. I want to take HCG to "jump start" my body into producing its own testosterone. I just finished using deca about a month ago and my testosterone level is at 95 -- very low. How many IUs of HCG should I take, how often and for what duration? Thanks.
The HCG will NOT do this - If you are seeing this on the internet it is wrong - it does not work.I am sorry you are led to believe this, but it does not - only testosterone will possibly help jump start this and this is what I was trying to explain in the previous answer.HCG just can not do this..
Relist: Other.Doctor's answser goes against EVERTHING I've read anywhere.
May I ask where you are reading this?
Internet, Medical reviews and articles, etc.
Okay - but what articles are you reading this on - the reason I am asking, yes there is stuff all over the internet that is NOT particularly accurate, and NOT backed up by what we as physicians call 'Evidence Based Medicine' - and HCG is has not been shown to do what you are asking from an Evidence Based Practice of Medicine.
If i were to take HCG, what would be a safe dosage to take, and how often?
Here is a website that supports what you are saying - but the organization of physicians that is listed is not a 'REAL' physician organization such as AMA, or other noted physician organization - so this is where the truth comes in - so look at this website - I can find so many problems with it....http://www.testosteronetherapy.com/But, let's say you want to take the HCG - and if taking drops then 125 i.u. to 200 i.u per day
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