Whenever a middle aged male starts HRT, the level must have been down for quite sometime, unless you are in the habit of checking your T level from back in your twenties (very unlikely). Therefore, the most important aspect of HRT is not a standardized approach, the average is very generic and every person responds differently (and the interval of "normalcy" is quite wide. I suspect that there must NOT have been a follow up on your testosterone level after initiating the treatment, and IF so, the level could be slightly high for your specific physiology. You have hormonally regressed back to your teen years, where libido goes from hardly any in childhood, to an uncontrollable urge in teenage hood. I have been around T all my life and have taken amounts between 100 to 3000mgs/week (Yes 3K - used to be a competitive lifter for 20 yrs.). Presently I am on HST (100 mgs T. Enanthate sub Q, once/week), 53 years old, but it took me near a year after cessation to determine this dosage. My recommendation is play around with the dosage (downw naturally) and each time you do so, give yourself a couple of weeks before determining your response. Hope that helps. RegardsView Thread
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