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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 18:51:21 (permalink)
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Yeah the wrapper being in there with the needle is fine. Don't need to bother though. It's only to keep it sterile before its been opened.
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 18:58:29 (permalink)
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Yeah the wrapper being in there with the needle is fine. Don't need to bother though. It's only to keep it sterile before its been opened.


Ok thanks Allt! .. what about the needle? It’s a new needle I replaced it
With the needle to
Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ?

Also I really would much rather do .4ml of test twice a week you think
My dr would notice ?
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 19:33:55 (permalink)
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Yeah the wrapper being in there with the needle is fine. Don't need to bother though. It's only to keep it sterile before its been opened.


Ok thanks Allt! .. what about the needle? It’s a new needle I replaced it
With the needle to
Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ?

Also I really would much rather do .4ml of test twice a week you think
My dr would notice ?



Yes if you really do have a "GP"? as i'm not too sure as a GP i'd be happy handing out meds for my patients to self administer adhock and let me guess what they've pinned.
 
and... Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ?
 
If in doubt then always replace a pin they cost next FA.
 
 
 

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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 20:21:34 (permalink)
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Yeah the wrapper being in there with the needle is fine. Don't need to bother though. It's only to keep it sterile before its been opened.


Ok thanks Allt! .. what about the needle? It’s a new needle I replaced it
With the needle to
Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ?

Also I really would much rather do .4ml of test twice a week you think
My dr would notice ?



Yes if you really do have a "GP"? as i'm not too sure as a GP i'd be happy handing out meds for my patients to self administer adhock and let me guess what they've pinned.
 
and... Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ?
 
If in doubt then always replace a pin they cost next FA.
 
 
 



Ok cool well I’m on .5ml a week and my test was 21nmol he said it would be better for twice injection a week so I should be taken .25 but I’m at .3 for easyer dodging twice a week ... that would make it .6ml you think he will notice that lmao only .1ml more 😂 feel like I’m being proba cheeky lmao
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 20:30:40 (permalink)
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Sorry to hijack your thread lowt...but does anyone have any tips for splitting a 1ml amp of sustanon (2 doses of 0.5ml each)?

Currently injecting with Insulin pins and its working fine for the first injection. I draw up with a blunt fill 18G needle then back fill the insulin syringes. First ones fine but when I come to do the next one (for the next week's injection) I can't seem to get it right. I seem to lose loads in the plastic top of the drawing needle or some ends up coming out of the needle when I don't want it to.

Never had this problem with test cyp, I think the thickness of the sustanon is making it hard work.

I'm on pharma sustanon 1ml per 3 weeks (****e I know) and was planning on doing 80mg per week instead but that proved to be impossible so gonna move to 0.5ml every 10 days.
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 20:37:14 (permalink)
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Sorry to hijack your thread lowt...but does anyone have any tips for splitting a 1ml amp of sustanon (2 doses of 0.5ml each)?

Currently injecting with Insulin pins and its working fine for the first injection. I draw up with a blunt fill 18G needle then back fill the insulin syringes. First ones fine but when I come to do the next one (for the next week's injection) I can't seem to get it right. I seem to lose loads in the plastic top of the drawing needle or some ends up coming out of the needle when I don't want it to.

Never had this problem with test cyp, I think the thickness of the sustanon is making it hard work.

I'm on pharma sustanon 1ml per 3 weeks (****e I know) and was planning on doing 80mg per week instead but that proved to be impossible so gonna move to 0.5ml every 10 days.



All good man just dm me £1 thanks lol

Are you ok nhs? If so how long! And also are they letting you inject your self?
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 20:42:46 (permalink)
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Haha. Yeah on NHS for around a year now mate. Yep I do all my injections myself.

To be honest my endo is either clueless or just isn't bothered. He never discussed anything with me regarding how id take the injections.

Was originally on the gel and switched to injections. I thought I'd have to go in for my injections but he just wrote up a prescription and that was it. Didn't tell me how to inject or what to use, didn't provide me with any needles or sharps bin etc.

Luckily I'd been reading up on TRT and looking on here loads so had a rough idea of what to do.

Their a bit of a joke really, due to see him in around 3 weeks which will be fun ha...
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 20:53:27 (permalink)
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Haha. Yeah on NHS for around a year now mate. Yep I do all my injections myself.

To be honest my endo is either clueless or just isn't bothered. He never discussed anything with me regarding how id take the injections.

Was originally on the gel and switched to injections. I thought I'd have to go in for my injections but he just wrote up a prescription and that was it. Didn't tell me how to inject or what to use, didn't provide me with any needles or sharps bin etc.

Luckily I'd been reading up on TRT and looking on here loads so had a rough idea of what to do.

Their a bit of a joke really, due to see him in around 3 weeks which will be fun ha...


I have till may to decide to go with nhs or stay private .... can you not ask them if they can give you Testosterone Enanthate instead? As they always seem to overfill them on dr Steven YouTube videos ..witch will help you get your desired dosage ...

When I took out .5ml
Of sus I can only get another .3ml the rest always just disappears lol
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 20:56:05 (permalink)
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I was thinking about asking that when I see him soon. Supposedly Test E is better for stable levels aswell.

Yeah it's a nightmare, not sure they will agree to do it though. Think Test E is about 3 times the price of Sustanon, not sure why?
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 21:07:03 (permalink)
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I was thinking about asking that when I see him soon. Supposedly Test E is better for stable levels aswell.

Yeah it's a nightmare, not sure they will agree to do it though. Think Test E is about 3 times the price of Sustanon, not sure why?


Well becuase right now I’m on .5ml if sus once a week and hcg 500ui 3x a week if I go with nhs they give me 1 sus 250ml once every 3 weeks and no hcg .... my levies was decent but not what I want they are 21nmol witch is way better then 6.5nmol but is like it to be around 28nmol I mean I’m
I’m it
So why not take at max out ? I have a low shbg so 1ml
Of sus every 3 weeks from what I have read would suck so
Much!

Right now I pay £19 a month for the dr and then he gives me script for sus witch is £2.50 a amp I’m Superdrug and hcg is around £25 a month only thing that cost is blood test so I’m
Just stuck wht to do man lol
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 21:12:38 (permalink)
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I'd probably stick with what your doing now to be honest mate.
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/18 21:16:52 (permalink)
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I'd probably stick with what your doing now to be honest mate.


You think so? It deffo is what people are taking me but I jist keep thinking ... dam for rest of my life! Lol
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/19 12:51:44 (permalink)
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Sorry to hijack your thread lowt...but does anyone have any tips for splitting a 1ml amp of sustanon (2 doses of 0.5ml each)?

Currently injecting with Insulin pins and its working fine for the first injection. I draw up with a blunt fill 18G needle then back fill the insulin syringes. First ones fine but when I come to do the next one (for the next week's injection) I can't seem to get it right. I seem to lose loads in the plastic top of the drawing needle or some ends up coming out of the needle when I don't want it to.

Never had this problem with test cyp, I think the thickness of the sustanon is making it hard work.

I'm on pharma sustanon 1ml per 3 weeks (****e I know) and was planning on doing 80mg per week instead but that proved to be impossible so gonna move to 0.5ml every 10 days.


Not totally sure what you mean tbh. Have a very small air bubble at the top so when you inject the last thing to come out the syringe is the air, meaning all oil goes in.

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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 11:18:37 (permalink)
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The 1000IU is to reverse testicular atrophy and to mimic LH and FSH production. And yes, the 25g needle is ideal for delts.


Hey man hope you are well!

So I’m going to ask my dr next week to change me from sus to test Enanthate as we haven’t left the Eu I can order from Germany as they sell a lot cheaper then UK ... was wlundeeing I’d test e alone would lower my prolactin? It’s close to 600 think I’d like to get it down to 400 maybe 300? Thanks
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 16:36:01 (permalink)
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Who’s your doctor that he’s putting you on TRT and then letting you order it yourself online? Dr Nick?
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 16:44:28 (permalink)
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Who’s your doctor that he’s putting you on TRT and then letting you order it yourself online? Dr Nick?


Huh?
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 18:48:02 (permalink)
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Who’s your doctor that he’s putting you on TRT and then letting you order it yourself online? Dr Nick?



Aye been down that root....
 
 
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Yeah the wrapper being in there with the needle is fine. Don't need to bother though. It's only to keep it sterile before its been opened.

Ok thanks Allt! .. what about the needle? It’s a new needle I replaced it
With the needle to
Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ? 

Also I really would much rather do .4ml of test twice a week you think
My dr would notice ?


Yes if you really do have a "GP"? as i'm not too sure as a GP i'd be happy handing out meds for my "patients to self administer adhock and let me guess what they've pinned.
 
Strangested sh* t on here for sure 😜 
 

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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 19:34:58 (permalink)
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Who’s your doctor that he’s putting you on TRT and then letting you order it yourself online? Dr Nick?



Aye been down that root....
 
 
"bezza blackpool
Yeah the wrapper being in there with the needle is fine. Don't need to bother though. It's only to keep it sterile before its been opened.

Ok thanks Allt! .. what about the needle? It’s a new needle I replaced it
With the needle to
Pull the test Up with a new one... can I use it or should I just replace it
Again ? 

Also I really would much rather do .4ml of test twice a week you think
My dr would notice ?


Yes if you really do have a "GP"? as i'm not too sure as a GP i'd be happy handing out meds for my "patients to self administer adhock and let me guess what they've pinned.
 
Strangested sh* t on here for sure 😜 



I’m so confused lol
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 19:52:06 (permalink)
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Me too ha..not sure if it was in reply to what i wrote about injecting myself? I'm on TRT via an endo through the NHS. I've injected myself since day 1, they never mentioned about them doing the injections so i guess it's not the same for everyone.
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Re: NHS HAS ACCEPED ME FOR TRT HELP 2019/03/28 19:56:58 (permalink)
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Me too ha..not sure if it was in reply to what i wrote about injecting myself? I'm on TRT via an endo through the NHS. I've injected myself since day 1, they never mentioned about them doing the injections so i guess it's not the same for everyone.


I’m private lol I have spointmemt with endo in May to tell them if I’m
Accepting the to treat me or stay private still dntno what to do tbh
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