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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by LogicalFighting, Feb 1, 2018.
isnt trt completely illegal in mma now even if a doctor prescribes you?
thats why i did not sign with UFC.
they wanted me to be a can. i said: no, thanks, i rather have a great functioning penis than fighting connor macgregor
Your still a can, with or without the Mcnugget, red panty night,....,......
They can't test for it... completely pointless rule.
vitor belfort was on trt but ufc said he cant use it now so whats deal there
They can say whatever they like but there's nothing they can do about it if he keeps his testosterone at normal levels.
Vitor probably never knew what his normal level of T was...guy been juicing since 18 wasnt him? his debut on UFC was 18ish wasnt ? and huge as fuck
He was 15.......leave the child alone and he's still a young prospect.......
Crazy to think that was 12 years before Erik Silva was born. So young, so much promise these two gents have.
I needed this laugh. Like you, I am also on a psychiatric medication that is screwing me up, and I started looking into TRT after one of my coaches told me that my testosterone level of 430 might be too low even if the primary care doctor said it was fine. Gave me the name of the place where he goes to get TRT replaced and was telling me how much better he feels. Everything you described in your first post is exactly how I feel.
I wonder about pills that target testosterone. I saw a comment on reddit that was addressing psychiatric drug induced harm and how a certain brand of psychiatric drug was helping it. I’m guessing TRT is just more effective than taking pills?
There is no reason to believe that 430ng/dl is low. The normal range is 300-900, 430 would be completely reasonable. It is lower than average but may be normal for you.
I would be interested in knowing what your coach thinks you should be at. I bet it's 1000.
Lol. He was basing it on his experience doing TRT himself, said the doctor brought his up to 800 something and he started feeling a lot better.
One thing that kind of cracks me up is white washing something with "doctor supervised" as if that's the universal vaccine for all bro' science. Ummm, I think a lot of opioid addictions have been doctor supervised.