Update: still completely recovered, raging libido for the last four years

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#103

Tell you what fellas, I feel like SHIT on the tribulus! Just AWFUL!

I’m going to keep things going though, might be that I get a snapback after each cycle. But it’s definitely related to the higher doses. On my 3-pill dose today so I know this’ll be the worst one, then I’ll see at the weekend.

This does tie in with something I’ve half-read about two types of PFS. Can’t recall where. Maybe it’s a different process if you feel bad on it and, if the snapback is where it’s at, NOT tapering down is the key - as with the R-Andro cycles. I’ll keep this one as per Apr1989, then next time (on my last ‘low’ cycle) I’ll go to 4 pills/day and then just stop. And see if that’s where it’s at.

Uuuurgh… for the mean time I’m having a rough day.

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#104

Very interesting, I seem to notice that the effect wears off after 1-2 days of use - then I have absolutely zero effect good or bad.

What I find very interesting is @Apr1989 says that it’s critical that you taper off the usage, where as you are saying to abruptly stop. How are you coming to this conclusion exactly?

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#105

Apr1989 recovered within 2 years of stopping propecia. I do not think he’s in a category with many here. His body may have just recovered naturally and taking tribulus was coincidental.

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#106

Hey bud, figured it’s worth a go, nothing more than that. Apr1989 felt improved then fell back a little and repeated each time. When stopping R-Andro cycles (as per Cd’s protocol) there’s no tapering, just stopping. I feel pretty terrible on the tribulus, so maybe there’s a different way to handle it if that’s what happens. I don’t know, but I’mma try it and see.

#107

Just started on the OP’s trib this morning (shit is expensive but hopefully worth it), will report back on here with results.
I couldn’t get the triptorelin but my T levels were okay anyway (700’s).

Fingers crossed boys!

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#108

I bet you get better (even better than pre tribulus) after getting off.

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#109

I think maybe a tiny tiny bit, and if so it doesn’t ‘stick’ permanently. Bear in mind though that’s only been two of the short cycles. If you are or aren’t the sort who feels worse on it, t still might well need way more as per Apr1989.

I’d have kept at it but I do feel VERY nasty on it, all symptoms get a degree worse. I’m sticking on the TEI now rather than carrying on with this.

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#110

Let us know how TEI goes. It isn’t very common over “here” so curious to see how it works. I am considering it as well

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#111

What is the TEI that you’re talking about?

#112

https://www.traceelements.com/LabServices/LabProfiles.aspx

#113

Ok, I thought it was that. Pseudoscience. Don’t waste your money.

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#114

Couldn’t agree more

#115

On the Tribulus note,
I purchased a high strength tribulus via amazon, and have been taking 6 of them bitches a day and I’m doing great.

So, there is that.

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#116

Which brand have you been taking?

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#117

What you mean by “doing great”? Did it improve your symptoms?

#118

Yes I’m also interested what brand? And what are your improvements?

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#120

I’m hesitant to make any concrete update until I’ve got some more consistent time under my belt taking the tribulus, to be fair to everyone. But in this short time, I feel more drive to do things.

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#121

Do you not rate that approach Greek? (Sorry for the OT…)