Preventing Testicular Atrophy And/or Testicular Sensitivity Loss During Anabolic Steroid Cycles

We all know a fact that Anabolic steroids inhibit the production of LH aka Luteinizing Testicular-Atrophy.jpegHormone in your body. This in turn inhibits testicular stimulation. However, over extended periods, using anabolic steroids uncontrollably ends in the severe testicular atrophy or in testicular sensitivity.

Do not worry! There is a way to repair the damage the anabolic steroids made to your testes. That way is administrating HCG-post Cycle Therapy into your organism. This excellent practice began in 1996 and it helped many men relive their testicular atrophy and testicular sensitivity.

You Can Prevent It

If you plan to start an Anabolic Steroid Cycle of 8 weeks, you should know that your steroid cycle may yield in testicular atrophy and in testicular sensitivity. You can avoid it by stacking HCG to your steroid cycle.

HCG Within an Anabolic Steroid Cycle

You can easily manage not to lose sensitivity to LH, allow your testes to shrink and to have sensitive testes by adding HCG to your 8-week anabolic steroid cycle.

Now, you may ask what dosage of HCG you should use during your 8-week anabolic steroid cycle. The answer to that question is simple. All you need to prevent anabolic steroid cycle side effects related to your testes 100 IU of HCG daily. However, there are also other options:

200 IU of HCG Every Second Day
250 IU of HCG Three Times per Week

You don’t need to use HCG throughout the whole 8-week anabolic steroid cycle. For example, you can use it from the week 6 to the week 8 of your 8-week anabolic steroid cycle. Only two weeks of consuming HCG will allow you to avoid the scourges of anabolic steroids done to testicles.

HCG in Maintaining Natural Estrogen Levels in Steroid Cycles

Certain anabolic steroid cycles don’t include aromatizing steroids, such as Primobolan, Masteron, Oxandrolone, and Trenbolone. Unless dosing on unaromatic steroid cycles is extremely light or their duration is short, the levels of estrogen will fall extremely low.

This will in turn interfere with one’s libido, anabolism, joint function, mood, and cardiovascular health. An obvious way to solve this issue is to add an aromatizing steroid to your cycle. However, you can also add HCG to prevent estrogen levels from falling during anabolic steroid cycles.

Those who want back their normal testicular function should consume HCG for at least four and up to 8 weeks.

Using HCG for Improving Testosterone Production In Cases Of Secondary Hypogonadism

Before we begin with this paragraph, let’s be clear about something. We want you to be clear that primary hypogonadism can’t be cured with the help of HCG. Primary hypogonadism can only be resolved with testosterone replacement therapy.

However, those who suffer from secondary hypogonadism should know that HCG can normalize their testosterone levels permanently. But, before you start using HCG to treat your secondary hypogonadism, you should first consider what the cause of your secondary hypogonadism is. If the cause of your secondary hypogonadism is abnormally high estrogen levels, then HCG won’t resolve your secondary hypogonadism.

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Summary

In conclusion, we can say that HCG is excellent for treating various conditions which were caused by improper testicular function, such as testicular atrophy and testicular sensitivity.

Also, HCG can prevent both the testicular sensitivity and testicular atrophy during an anabolic steroid cycle. Also, those who want their testosterone production to bloom are advised to consume at least 250 IU of HCG per week or to consume 100 IU of HCG each day while being monitored by a medical doctor.

 

 

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