Funny, never thought I'd be saying this.
Went to my ND last week (Naturopath) and she tested a few things to get my Blood levels so she could scrip for T3 which I use abundantly to maintain my energy level.
Some of the tests came back y and she had the option to test a few more things, and did so.
Normal testosterone levels are 500/600 in your blood test scoring, mine came in at 1500
......3x the normal rating.
Free Test (i.e. freed from the SBG (Sex-blinding globulin)) is normal at 15-20, mine came in at a whopping 50.....
so, there's a 3x the normal Test in my system....don't know why it's backed up or didn't normalize after a week.
Well, she called and asked quite pointedly if I was on....and I had to feign ignorance as I don't know what she would do about it.
A couple other tests came in high as well, my white blood cells came in at 13, (normal being 5-6), but the amazing thing was my Cholesterol came in nice at 160 (ahhh.....the beauty of Lipitor!). So my question is this:
I thought I'd calculated the half life of my test (was using testosterone propionate at the time) accurately and had been off for over a week, figuring my dosage was at 500mg/week (150mg EOD), I was sure I'd be near normal (as my notes showed testosterone propionate with a half life of roughly 4 days).
Finaplix - trenbolone acetate - was involved as well, but I'd dropped that the previous week as well, knowing that the half life it had was a day or two as well (hence the daily injections). What happened? Are my half life calculations for testosterone propionate off?
The Doc is afraid that I've got a tumor leaking Test somewhere :-) but that's not what's up, so I'm going off completely for the next 4 weeks and have her retest as she's talking endocrinologist, etc, etc.
Any ideas would be appreciated, and if that's enough time to get clean, then what do I do next :-).....I'm stoked that it's that high (explains my lifts and strength) I'm thinking if I just ride T3 for a few weeks, it'll use up the Test in my system and I'll be nearer to normal to call off the hounds.