Testosterone Cypionate (Test C) and Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) Treatment
Testosterone Cypionate (Test C) and Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) Treatment explained. In this video I’ll tell you what is Testosterone Cypionate (Test C) and about my experience with this steroid. I also explain what is Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) Treatment, who and when needs to use it.
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Hi everyone, It’s been a while since my last video in which I was planning to run a long lasting cycle with bulking, cutting and maintaining phases. Unfortunately, due to some circumstances including shutdown of gyms, pools, restaurants, events, and even some countries, I decided not to do that cycle at the very beginning. Instead of it, in order to stay in good shape for the season from April to October, I was using 200 mgs of Testosterone Cypionate or Test C weekly. So, in this video I’ll explain what benefits I got from using Testosterone Cypionate and why Test C is the most prescribed drug for Testosterone Replacement Treatment in the US.
Testosterone Cypionate is a synthetically produced prime male hormone testosterone with an attached Cypionate ester which controls the release time of the steroid after injection. The approximate half life of Testosterone Cypionate is around 11 days. The testosterone hormone is responsible for important physical and mental characteristics including increased mass, body fat percentage, bone density, sexual maturation, hair growth etc. Normal testosterone levels for a healthy adult male may vary between different hospitals or labs, but in general it’s around 270 to 1070 nanograms per deciliter. It reaches its peak around age 20 and then slowly declines with age. Another important index is free testosterone, which means it isn’t attached to proteins and this is testosterone that can be easily used by your body. The normal range of free testosterone is between 3.2 and 16.8 nanograms per deciliter for a healthy adult.
According to my blood tests, by using 200 mgs of Test C weekly, I increased my testosterone level from 432 nanograms per deciliter to 1146 nanograms per deciliter and my free testosterone from 10.4 nanograms per deciliter to 27.9 nanograms per deciliter. These changes helped me to stay in great shape throughout the warm season. I was able to keep my muscle mass and didn’t gain much fat during quarantine. Here you can see some pics of me from the summer. So, overall Testosterone Cypionate is a great steroid for keeping in shape during the quarantine, or as a “bridge” between the cycles.
Another popular use of Test C is for Testosterone Replacement Therapy treatment (TRT). Male hypogonadism, or low testosterone condition, is when the body does not produce enough testosterone. This condition can be congenital or it could develop later in life. The reasons can be injury, infection, or aging. A tremendous amount of men in the US are currently using Testosterone Replacement Therapy, but many people who suffer from that condition still do not receive necessary treatment, or are even aware of the problem because of low quality doctors, especially in small towns.
I personally know a few people who had congenital hypogonadism and because they didn’t get their treatment on time they suffer from underdeveloped male genitals and many other symptoms including infertility, depression, decrease in muscle mass etc. If male hypogonadism developed because of aging, the negative symptoms include: erectile dysfunction, decreased energy, high level of body fat, decreased sex drive, decrease in muscle mass, loss of bone mass (osteoporosis) etc.
With all that being said, it’s crucial for males to control their testosterone levels starting from puberty. You should request a testosterone level test from your doctor, and even if your level is still in normal range, but significantly decreased from your level when you were younger, and you feel some negative consequences such as decreased sex drive, decreased energy, or negative changes in your body, it’s probably time to start TRT treatment. Even if the doctor isn’t willing to prescribe it to you yet.
Almost all doctors follow FDA recommendations, and will not prescribe TRT treatment if your testosterone levels are within normal range for your age. Unfortunately, that normal range is very low, and starts from 80 nanograms per deciliter for males between the ages of 50 to 59 and goes down from there. And, even if they decide to prescribe you Testosterone Cypionate, the set dosage is usually too low. The reason for that is possible side effects and subsequent court cases against them.
I personally recommend considering starting TRT treatment to anyone with testosterone levels lower than 300 nanograms per deciliter, and to use a higher dosage than prescribed by your doctor if your testosterone level is lower than 300 nanograms per deciliter during the treatment. You should seek advice from doctors who specialize in that area.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy treatment usually lasts for the rest of your life. The process of TRT is very easy, you just replace the absence of endogenous testosterone with a synthetic one. By doing this, you remove all negative consequences caused by low testosterone. The most prescribed drug for TRT in the US is Testosterone Cypionate. Thanks to its long lasting ester, the steroid can be used less frequently. Since doctors frequently aren’t willing to prescribe Testosterone Cypionate for TRT, many people have to buy it on the black market. Visit my website to see my partners where you can get Test C or any other authentic steroids. That’s all I wanted to share with you today about Test C and Testosterone Replacement Therapy treatment. If you have any questions or thoughts about this video, feel free to leave a comment below.
Many people have been asking what my plans for this year are, and if I’m going to run new cycles or participate in some competitions. Honestly, I have not decided yet. But, I definitely will start posting more videos and articles to help you with correct, honest information.
See you next time, bye!