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#1 NHP

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Posted 16 July 2018 - 09:03 AM


Dermacrine - is that a well know supplement here?

 

basically DHEA  pregnalone, some other stuff as an AI (14mg dhea per squirt - i take 2-3)

 

so dhea up, testosterone up, estrogen down.  My previous 2 weeks have been dhea 50mg per day transdermal.

 

I bought it because my test is showing as a measly 6.8  when the range is 7.2-33

 

 

However, Ive not tested for DHEA ever - is this something i need to do or is there a safe level?

 

 

Endocrine specialist booked but itll be a while until I feel good again mthis seemed to help



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Posted 16 July 2018 - 04:28 PM

Dermacrine - is that a well know supplement here?

basically DHEA pregnalone, some other stuff as an AI (14mg dhea per squirt - i take 2-3)

so dhea up, testosterone up, estrogen down. My previous 2 weeks have been dhea 50mg per day transdermal.

I bought it because my test is showing as a measly 6.8 when the range is 7.2-33


However, Ive not tested for DHEA ever - is this something i need to do or is there a safe level?


Endocrine specialist booked but itll be a while until I feel good again mthis seemed to help

Dhea will not boost your T levels very much. Your levels are very low so I would suggest looking into HRT or perhaps run 25mg Clomid/day for 30 days with hcg at 500iu every other day for 30 days. Maybe 10-20mg Nolvadex as well. That “could” help reboot your HPTA.

It also matters why your testosterone is low? Is it due to your age? Did you ever use any steroids,pro hormones or sarms? Any head injuries? Did you get luteinizing hormone checked? That is the hormone responsible for your brain sending the signal to the testicles to produce testosterone. That’s important one to get checked.

Edited by John250, 16 July 2018 - 04:30 PM.

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