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Re: Next cycle or nah 2019/01/11 13:00:19 (permalink)
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If you are concerned about the gyno then surely it would be better to treat it before going back on a cycle.
In your position I would also try to recover my hormone levels before considering using AAS again.
It may prove not to be possible and you may have to look at long term TRT , not a good option at your age.
But if you do manage to then you can be a bit more confident of recovering from future cycles, although this is never guaranteed for anyone. 
 

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Re: Next cycle or nah 2019/01/11 15:27:30 (permalink)
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Hi bro, appreciate the advice. I was thinking rather recovering and then shutting down to do the same thing. Would I not be bashing myself as opposed to staying shut and restarting when I’m done

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Re: Next cycle or nah 2019/01/11 18:04:46 (permalink)
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JackTL
Hi bro, appreciate the advice. I was thinking rather recovering and then shutting down to do the same thing. Would I not be bashing myself as opposed to staying shut and restarting when I’m done
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If you mean would it be better to go straight back onto another cycle then IMO no.
But it looks like you really want to cycle again.
In your first post you sounded concerned with the gyno symptoms but now you seem to be more concerned about going back on AAS.
Have you lost a lot of mass now that your levels are so low? 
I can see that it is tempting to go back on and make more gains but it may be better to recover and train natty for a period of time then when you are recovered consider another cycle.
Was that cycle your first,  test, tren, mast and eq. ?   It would be better to just run a Test cycle for your first few cycles.   
Your  choice at the end of the day, I was thinking of the long term, as I said I would rather check that I was fully recovered before going back on.
Depends on your long term goals.  
You have plenty of time to make gains.  

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Re: Next cycle or nah 2019/01/11 19:15:20 (permalink)
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Hey bro,

It wasn’t my first no, also I’ve been off for roughly 16 months now maybe more and have been training since
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Re: Next cycle or nah 2019/01/11 19:15:22 (permalink)
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Hey bro,

It wasn’t my first no, also I’ve been off for roughly 16 months now maybe more and have been training since
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Re: Next cycle or nah 2019/01/11 20:08:25 (permalink)
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JackTL
Hey bro,

It wasn’t my first no, also I’ve been off for roughly 16 months now maybe more and have been training since



16 months is a long time for recovery and still your T level is that of a 60/70 year old. Don't know how many cycles you have done but you may have done permanent damage starting AAS so young; I guess in your very early twenties or as a teenager. 
 
Going on cycle now will obviously alleviate the low T you are experiencing but as Dumbat has alluded to, it may be even harder (or even impossible) to get back to the T levels you should have had if you'd steered clear of steroid abuse altogether. That said, a delayed PCT right now may not get you back to the T levels you should have as a 25yr old, but you'll not know unless you try. I can say with authority though; you more you abuse the harder it will be to ever return to normal levels. I guess that's why I'm on TRT for the rest of my life. 
 
Not that I give a fcuk mind you. I like being big. 

 
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