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You can design and execute your own HRT program

HRTHormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is becoming more and more popular with men as they age. Men are discovering through blood testing that the natural aging process results in a drop of testosterone and a rise in estrogen. Their loss of libido and strength, accompanied with a gain of water, fat and girth have a real scientific cause and thankfully, a real response.

I've been doing an HRT (AAS and HGH) program for some time with great results. I have found that there is some very simple logic to the programs. You can design and execute your own HRT program with steroids or growth hormone for many reasons: to escape the cost or if you can not find a Doctor who will work with you and/or insurance reimbursement.

Here are some simple guidelines if you want to do your own HRT program based on my experiences and stubborn opinions:

(1) STEROIDS: Testosterone is the foundation. Dosages are in line with what a Dr. would prescribe. A Doctor won't give you an amount that shuts down your own system: 75-125 milligrams per week max, usually testosterone propionate. Test enanthate, cypionate, or Sustanon 250 is fine to use also. I've seen dosages as low as 50 mg p/w.

Compound and gel topicals are very popular – they do work. If your body is hungry for testosterone, you are going to feel any amount, even 5 mg.

Remember, the natural amount of testosterone a body produces is the range of 2-11 mg per day.

(2) Human Growth Hormone (HGH): is the partner to steroids and testosterone; about 15 iu per month would be the dosage prescribed by the doctor. Same logic - supplementation rather than complete substitution. You can handle a bit more, at least 1iu M/T/W/Th/F with Sat/Sun off. Budget is a concern here also.

(3) Anti-estrogens: aka Aromatase Inhibitors Small amount three times a week: Tues, Thurs and Sat. 0.25 mg. Amiridex is a good choice for an aromatase inhibitor.

(4) Diet: The Doctor would take a good look at your diet and drive out the evil trans and animal fats, junk simple sugars, and get rid of flours. You must do it on your own. You are going to be able to eat more with 1, 2, 3 above in your system, gaining muscle and loosing fat.

(5) Exercise: Doctors know little about this so you'll have to develop your own training plan. I'd go for a simple 3 X 8-6, 3 exercises for major body parts and 2 for minors split. A bit of light aerobics ... 15-20 minutes maximum.

(6) Recovery: You'll have more desire to train, your metabolism will speed up, so you'll have to be very careful with recovery. Get your sleep, at least 8 hours per night, and rest. Do not overtrain.

(7) Sexual response: it will never be like a teenager. However, testosterone and HGH will improve your sex drive a lot, so your body simply becomes more robust. Too much training and too little recovery will defeat you ... Be smart!

(8) Blood testing: every 3 - 4 months. This is your guideline; look at everything including estrogen and testosterone levels. Adjust accordingly. Your dosages are low, so gynecomastia and PCT (post cycle therapy) are not a concern.

HRTRemember, please! HRT is not a ‘cycle’. It is a supplement to your natural testosterone production, in order to improve your health. If you increase the dosages and add other steroids, like orals and deca-durabolin, you are doing a cycle.

 
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