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    Quote Originally Posted by dk8594 View Post
    Read the part labeled Adult Male:

    https://www.labcorp.com/test-menu/24856/estradiol#
    Thank you!!! Man you are on point!

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    Love and blessed with my GP!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texan69 View Post
    Thank you!!! Man you are on point!
    Glad to help out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texan69 View Post
    Do you think there are any clinics that will prescribe enough test to be above the normal range
    Not if they're worth a sh*t. TRT is just that, replacement. If you're looking for a doc to support cycling that's a different ball game. You may find one that's ok with it and will write for labs and help you monitor things, but any doc writing scripts for supraphysiologic doses of AAS is an idiot and risks losing a license.

    General practitioners/family practice docs don't specialize in trt. Think jack of all trades master of none. Like a handyman. He can do a little electrical, plumbing, carpentry. Continuing the analogy, you want an electrician for an electrical problem. Endocrinologists and docs specializing in anti aging medicine and to a lesser degree urologists are those specialists for trt. Now, if your family doc is well versed un hormone replacement it's because he/she has taken time on their own to become educated in that area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texan69 View Post
    Do you think there are any clinics that will prescribe enough test to be above the normal range
    Some will put you on the high end of normal. Mine even said “just don’t inject it all” instead of dialing back the dosage. Granted, they monitor bloodwork very tightly and I’ve learned to really appreciate the level of care they put into things.

    Going above this range will lead to hemitocrite, blood pressure and cholesterol issues. Any clinic worth going to won’t push you into ranges that’ll put those markers at risk.

    Also in my opinion the difference between 1200 and 1500 isn’t worth the hassle.

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    ďThe only natural test-boosters I know of that work are compound lifting, steaks, and looking at boobies...Ē -Dan

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