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      Ok so this used to only happen to me back when I got up to and over a gram of test (havenít been there in a long time) but Iv been noticing after my test 250/300 shot every 5/6 days I feel tired and have brain fog for three days after my injection and I feel great for a day or two before my next shot.. Could this be estrogen or what?? 250/300mg shot shouldnít make me feel that way so idk whatís going on.

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      Default Re: Lethargic/brain fog

      That’s a good question !!!
      Have you, or are you running Estrogen blockers? If not , why not incorporate some and see what happens!!!
      Even better, why not do bloods and really see where the issue may be!!!

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      Yeah I plan on getting bloods first.

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      Plus , if you don’t wanna go thru your Dr. go to Private MD Labs, I know there’s a discount code somewhere around here, take the panel and have Some1 read it for you.
      It’ll be a fraction of the cost of you used you’re own insurance. Well Worth It !!!

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      Will do thanks!

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      15% discount on private med labs JUL20

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      Yeah i think labs would be a good idea bro. Just to rule that out.
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      Default Re: Lethargic/brain fog

      Quote Originally Posted by smalls1 View Post
      Ok so this used to only happen to me back when I got up to and over a gram of test (havenít been there in a long time) but Iv been noticing after my test 250/300 shot every 5/6 days I feel tired and have brain fog for three days after my injection and I feel great for a day or two before my next shot.. Could this be estrogen or what?? 250/300mg shot shouldnít make me feel that way so idk whatís going on.
      No idea. It should have nothing to do with estrogen at that dose. If it's a long acting test when you take it should not make much of a difference. If you are feeling that the timing of the injection correlates with this lethargic feeling split the dose into two shots like 3 days apart.

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      Hey bro, try a magnesium supp. 200 mg morning and night before bed. I also take calcium 1:1 with my mag.

      I use a magnesium complex with diff forms of mag. The different forms all help a little differently. Try that and see how you feel.
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      Try the med wellbutrin. It has a little zing to it

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      Hell Bro I thought that was just called getting old. Not to mention having kids. lol

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      It’s most certainly not like it used to be haha.

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      Hell Bro I thought that was just called getting old. Not to mention having kids. lol

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      Quote Originally Posted by smalls1 View Post
      Ok so this used to only happen to me back when I got up to and over a gram of test (havenít been there in a long time) but Iv been noticing after my test 250/300 shot every 5/6 days I feel tired and have brain fog for three days after my injection and I feel great for a day or two before my next shot.. Could this be estrogen or what?? 250/300mg shot shouldnít make me feel that way so idk whatís going on.
      It could be simply age

      As I get older I'm noticing that I react differently to a host of things gear included.

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      Quote Originally Posted by pgc648 View Post
      It could be simply age

      As I get older I'm noticing that I react differently to a host of things gear included.

      Sent from my SM-G781U using Tapatalk
      What gets me by and gets me to the gym, I'm sure many will disagree but it works for me, is Adderall.
      I know it's an amphetamine but it is not nearly as strong as methamphetamine. Been using it daily for years. Have prescription, only thing that sucks is after awhile you need it, no energy without it. I think it's worth the trade off as long as I do not run out and I make sure I don't.
      Wellbutrin works on the same receptors but is much milder you may want to try that. Or Monofidil.

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