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genetic freak

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I plan on doing a little research project on TRT and liver genome types for my master's degree. What TRT dose were prescribed by your doctor? Type of test? Frequency? What were your overall test, free test and estradiol results? Only doctor prescribed test please. If you know your liver genome type even better, but not necessary.
 
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Interesting stuff (not on TRT so cannot contribute there)! What do you mean by liver genome type: esterase expression?
 
genetic freak

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Interesting stuff (not on TRT so cannot contribute there)! What do you mean by liver genome type: esterase expression?
I am talking about specific alleles of the PDE7B gene. The allele types have an impact on the liver's ability to cleave the ester from test.
 
NDLessPSYcle

NDLessPSYcle

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I plan on doing a little research project on TRT and liver genome types for my master's degree. What TRT dose were prescribed by your doctor? Type of test? Frequency? What were your overall test, free test and estradiol results? Only doctor prescribed test please. If you know your liver genome type even better, but not necessary.
Probably tooooo long ago fir you.
Back in 2011 - it was 125 mgs each week of test cyp.
Anastrazole 1 cap every other day (.50mg per cap) & the HCG 250 units every 3 days.
Free test was 48.5
Total test was 1052
Estradiol was 7.9
 
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Interesting related recent paper, also argues against crushing E2.
 

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