Testosterone cycle for women

First of all I have to say good job getting through to Oz, and faster than I expected! Great work there. For the rest of it I can't complain. I had a good chuckle about the packaging, thought you were taking the piss but it's a great disguise to be fair. Changes since I started? You could call it an all around "glow". Feels like women check me out more and maybe I get more respect from men? Comes down to confidence, posture and eye contact I reckon but theres been a noticable improvement in my attitude. The actual levels I honestly haven't had a test in ages but they must be great. I basically follow the protocol you recommend and use about 1 tube a month. You might be able to answer that better than me. Anyway cheers and you'll hear from me again in a couple months!

NOTE:   One interesting fact about erythropoitin is that it is also called EPO, a name that may be more familiar to some of you.  Yes, that should bring the name Lance Armstrong to mind.  Lance Armstrong confessed to using EPO as a performance enhancing drug strictly for the purpose of raising his red blood cell counts for racing purposes.  Basically, he was doing a different and very dangerous kind of steroid.  Giving EPO to these racers leaves them vulnerable to dieing in their  sleep from the "sludging" of the blood that occurs.  It does turn them into superhumans however.

When measuring testosterone levels, it is critical to determine the levels of both free and total testosterone to understand the cause of any observed symptoms of deficiency (Khosla et al 2008).

Because of difficulties with equipment standardization and inter-laboratory variability, it is recommended that physicians consistently use the same local laboratories and gain familiarity with the accuracy, precision and definition of normal values for the assays offered in their communities (Morales et al 2010).

If you do everything else right, but fail to get enough sleep, your testosterone results will be severely limited ( 68 ).

The majority of your testosterone is produced while you sleep ( 69 ), and a lack of sleep inhibits its production ( 70 ).

Sleep deprivation is also associated with higher levels of body fat ( 71 , 72 ). This relationship holds true even after controlling for demographic, lifestyle, work and health related factors ( 73 ).

Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep every night.

It’s not only the quantity of sleep that matters but also the quality.

Testosterone production peaks during REM (rapid eye movement) sleep ( 74 ).

Testosterone cycle for women

testosterone cycle for women

If you do everything else right, but fail to get enough sleep, your testosterone results will be severely limited ( 68 ).

The majority of your testosterone is produced while you sleep ( 69 ), and a lack of sleep inhibits its production ( 70 ).

Sleep deprivation is also associated with higher levels of body fat ( 71 , 72 ). This relationship holds true even after controlling for demographic, lifestyle, work and health related factors ( 73 ).

Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep every night.

It’s not only the quantity of sleep that matters but also the quality.

Testosterone production peaks during REM (rapid eye movement) sleep ( 74 ).

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