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Steroid Health
  In the bro-world of bros, when we are talking man boobs or bitch tits, the discussion is almost exclusively Estrogen, or the entirely unproven causes of “prolactin gyno” and “prog gyno” supposedly courtesy of Deca-Durabolin or Trenbolone. In other texts, I have discussed the prolactin conundrum, but that is not the topic of today....
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  Following up from Part 1, another consideration for a woman thinking about using anabolic steroids. Do females who have been using anabolic and androgenic steroids (AAS) need PCT? The short answer is: “No, females will not require a PCT the same way that a male would, but there are a few things a woman...
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If you’ve read and absorbed this guide until now, I commend you. We’ve learnt a tonne of new information that can both change or even save our lives. In part 7, I will reveal my preferred TRT regimes. Now, before I begin, keep in mind these regimes are for those who are new to TRT....
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A bit of a hybrid for Part 6. I often notice that those on TRT like to turn things up a notch from time to time—which is totally fine (even awesome) by the way. Essentially, the markers to monitor on TRT are the same as those to monitor on AAS. The only caveat is that...
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Hello all. Continuing on from Part 4 where you can find here [insert hyperlink to Part 4]. We learned so far that in a nutshell, acquiring a testosterone prescription in Australia—even if you need it—is often not an easy or inexpensive health goal. On top of that, it seems that even if you do manage...
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Let’s get right into where we left off from Part 3 where you can find here [insert link to Part 3]. Why in Australia, despite the overwhelming evidence that testosterone enanthate should be administered 1-2 x weekly, do Doctors still prescribe testosterone enanthate every 10-14 days, which produces peaks and valleys that can bring about...
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Hello all. Continuing on from Part 1 of this multipart series on TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) in Australia. Last we left off, I was whinging about the difficulty at which a TRT diagnosis and prescription is achieved for a patient in need in Australia. I must sound Un-Australian already. We live in what is arguably...
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Within this multiple part series guide, I will explain for the lay person what one needs to know about Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). I will do my best to make this read as concise (and enjoyable) as I possibly can, but some explanation needs to be had with what is still a rather dubious topic...
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“I’m beginning my next cycle and I want to include Deca or Tren this time. Should I add in Caber or Prami at the start or should I just keep it on hand? I really don’t want to get prolactin gyno! Thanks.” This is one of the most common questions a user asks when it...
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Back in the Arny days, getting your blood work done before a cycle, on a cycle or after a cycle was only a practice for the select few science nerds mostly. The internet was not around back then and so the sharing of information and communication was far less efficient compared to today. Fast forward...
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