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Although the research on healthy testosterone levels has generally been scant up until now, it is agreed that normal male testosterone level peaks at about age 20, and then it slowly declines over years. However, active men can keep their testosterone fairly level by moderate exercise especially isometric exercises like weight lifting.
Your levels are in the top part of normal range, but what may happen if you continue the injections is unknown.
Testosterone levels above or below the normal range are considered by many to be out of balance. The key is to keep it balanced bearing in mind the risk: benefit ratio of excessive testosterone.
The side effects (though not as common, but possible) include side effects ranging from Prostate enlargement to hair loss, paradoxical impotence, a smaller penis, gynecomastia (breast enlargement), liver cancer.
If you are getting injections, the best way to keep it balanced would be in the frequency of injections especially now that you are also doing weights which by itself independently have been found to raise testosterone levels.
When the levels get to the high end of average, you reduce the frequency and Testosterone injection dosages can also be titrated. Discuss with your doctor and determine the safe balance for you, instead of complete withdrawal
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