... and would like to get back to the gym.
Now I'd like to get informed about injectable anabolics on Formulae
I have something similar with a severe case of Common Variable Immune Deficiency, along with several autoimmune disorders. I was only 40 when I started Testosterone treatment. I had trouble even getting the gel at first. I had been an avid weightlifter all my life and was still quite large and cut when I went in. My doctor actually thought I was "faking" my blood tests or getting someone to take them for me when what had happened was my appendix burst, and I developed septic gangrene which settled all through my body and destroyed my ability to produce testosterone anymore. It was horrible. Even after not having the testosterone and not lifting for 4+ months due to being hospitalized, I couldn't get off the couch. My wife finally went with me and explained I was wearing adult diapers because I was too tired to get up and go to the bathroom at times. I would sweat like it was 110 in a 60 degree room to the point I wouldn't go out in public because I was embarrassed about the sweating.
Anyway - probably more than you needed to know. I started the creams which helped enough for me to get up and somewhat back to normal. I was still really weak. After 5 months and using the max dose of the gel, I started injectable testosterone along with an estrogen suppressant. In 2 weeks my strength started to come back and finally my testosterone #'s along with my free Testosterone came back into the normal range. It made life so much better and easier.
1 shot, once a week. .75mg of the Testosterone I was on. I've now been on it for 5 years. The only adjustment we've made is I've cut back some of my T because I've gotten a lot smaller and less active due to severe Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus. This was one of the few things my Doctors could "fix" following my appendix rupture.
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