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2014/10/18 21:54:56 (permalink)

Feeling shaky?

Did my first shot of ISis Test Prop @ 50mg this morning.....Feel a bit shaky now (10 or so hours after the shot) is this normal? My natty levels are very very low so maybe something to do with this?
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/19 00:08:26 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Buildingpaul 2014/10/19 01:26:39
Not heard of that unless it's anxiety. Check your blood surgars.
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/19 01:28:36 (permalink)
Blood sugars all good mate........Can you believe I have started the Test to try and lower my anxiety as I suffer badly with it!
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/19 02:11:24 (permalink)
I would go with a longer lasting Ester so you don't get the quick ups and downs. Just my opinion. You should be fine. I could not imagine being anxious about everything. No offense to you just couldn't imagine it.
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/19 03:44:36 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Buildingpaul 2014/10/19 07:10:02
it's just nerves bro, anticipation rather than anxiety i'd guess.
 
the prop will not really be felt until tomorrow probably, a general feeling of well being which you'll learn to associate with "being on cycle". it'll be up and fully active by monday tho. at the moment i'd suspect you're feeling nervous about trying this new thing, relieved that you managed your first injection well (i was a ****ing wreck with my first solo jab) and i'd guess the shakes will be more adrenalin related than anything else as this is a bigger step for you than for a lot of the folk on here. 
 
hang in there and let us know how you feel tomorrow - currently you're over thinking it
 
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/19 21:24:55 (permalink)
If you're using a steroid cycle to overcome anxiety, are you not apprehensive about pct and the weeks that follow?? i.e. a time when the most level headed men feel a drop in mood and fluctuating hormone levels? Just a point.
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/19 21:50:36 (permalink)
pct is a temporary blip, a couple of weeks at most of feeling down and even then it only gets really bad if your post cycle is lacking. the possibility of feeling good for months on end IMHO is worth the pct blip. depression/anxiety is horrible man, it's like the very worst pct low times a hundred, the wee needing a cuddle feeling i get during pct is no where close to the feeling i had when i was on anti depressants and i still felt better on the anti depressants than i did off them! 
 
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/20 11:32:02 (permalink)
My point was, if you're already depressed and have anxiety, and then you add a pct to that, is that not gonna smash you even lower. I'm not sure and I agree a decent pct will help any mood issues but just putting it out there.
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/20 14:15:59 (permalink)
If you have low testosterone why would you not use a TRT and blast and cruise with your TRT? No PCT needed and not shotgun in the mouth.
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/20 22:10:28 (permalink)
i think blast and cruise will likely be on the cards - initially he may simply be looking to see if he feels any better on cycle - i know i did
 
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Re: Feeling shaky? 2014/10/23 13:05:55 (permalink)
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If you have low testosterone why would you not use a TRT and blast and cruise with your TRT? No PCT needed and not shotgun in the mouth.
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Agree, if you're natural test production sucks then you should either be on TRT (prescribed) or be self administering a TRT dose year round. This will give you the option to occasionally blast if you want some more gains or a kick in the gym.
 
Also- Why prop? Test E or sustanon is far better choice for TRT. Less frequent injections, more stable blood levels etc
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