If I am advising on TRT and its benefits, then I must show you my own lab reports. So, here it is:
Before starting TRT, my testosterone was 322:
My estradiol was also low. This meant my HPTA system was broken and not working properly to create enough of both testosterone and estrogen to lead a healthy life.
After a year of being put on the gels, my testosterone was still low:
It only went up from 322 to 392, and my free testosterone was at the bottom of the range. My estradiol was still low, albeit a bit higher at 13. Ideal estradiol ranges for men is 20 to 30 pg/ml.
Although I had been on the gels, I’m not counting the days before my first injection as TRT.
The following results were taken 1 month after my first injection.
My testosterone shot up to 751, while my free testosterone moved to the upper area of the range at 22.8. My estradiol went up to 30.5, which is close to the ideal range.
After another year and half of TRT, my testosterone continued to stay high. I also added 0.25 mg of anastrozole every week or two. I’m an anastrozole over-responder, so I only need very little amounts to keep my estradiol under control
I’m feeling all the benefits listed on my front page — gains in the gym, no erectile dysfunction, high energy and strength levels, better focus and clarity, and an overall improved sense of well being.
Life is good.