Low T is a common condition for men who are 30 and above. Nonetheless, this situation is manageable and when done correctly, testosterone treatment have profound positive effects on the victim`s mental, physical and emotional health.
Low T is treated by testosterone replacement therapy or use of natural testosterone boosters. To some, low T can simply be remedied by change in life style. For instance, if you are obese, it may only require you to lose pounds to have high testosterone levels. That is to mean, you need to know the root cause of your low T to know the best treatment at your disposal.
According to recent studies, doctors recommend the following practices when hormone replacement therapy is your ideal solution. Studies shows that the practices below works in great favour to men with low T.
T TREATMENT TRIFECTA
Testosterone + HCG + Arimidex
If you are on testosterone therapy and you are not adding HCG and Arimidex to it, you are likely not going to like the experience. These are key components that your doctor may have been oblivious of when he was giving you the prescription. You need to add HCG and Arimidex when you are on testosterone, failure to which you will have to cope with what I have outlined below.
When you are on testosterone therapy, you are using exogenous testosterone which causes your testicles to shrink in size since you are not utilizing them to produce testosterone. The intensity at which the testes get suppressed varies in different men. Nonetheless, using HCG will automatically restore the testes to normal size and functionality.
What is HCG and How Does It Work?
HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. It is a glycoprotein hormone that is used to treat infertility in women and to stimulate testosterone production in men.
Your body works in conjunction with your mind in determining your testosterone level. When you are having optimal testosterone levels, your body does not produce testosterone. Testosterone is only produced after the level falls below baseline; the brain sends an LH signal to the Leydig Cells in the testes to produce testosterone.
HCG mimics the Leutenising Hormone (LH) to stimulate the Leydig Cells to produce testosterone. When you are on testosterone, your brain will most likely fail to notice that your body is in need of more testosterone. The LH signal will not be sent and the testes will then stay dormant only for them to be suppressed to small size by the exogenous testosterone (testosterone you are receiving from testosterone therapy). However, HCG will automatically restore them to their normal size after a short duration.
We however don’t recommend you to use HCG only to stimulate your own testosterone production. This is because, regular use of HCG may make your Leydig Cells to become resistant to the LH signal sent from your own brain. You will then have a rough time when you stop using HCG. As a matter of fact, HCG is a medical component and you should get a medical prescription on how you should utilize it.
Another thing you should bear in mind is that use of HCG also lead to increased estrogen which prevents you from utilizing the high testosterone levels in the body. When there is a sharp increase in testosterone levels, the body aromatizes the testosterone to estrogen. That is why you also need to use Arimidex.
Arimidex, (anastrozole) or Aromasin (exemestane), is a compound that belongs to a medication class known as “aromatase inhibitors”. In simple terms, it hinders the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. It therefore keeps your testosterone output at peak while keeping estrogen levels low at the same time.
A dose of 0.25mgs of Arimidex three times per day seems to work well.
A dosage of 5000IU is recommended. Users are advised to use HCG for 3 times per week for one week and take a 3 weeks off before taking the next dosage.
These medications should be taken together. We highly recommend you to seek medical prescription from a licenced doctor for proper utilisation of HCG, testosterone and Arimidex.