I’ve been on TRT over 8.5 years and most of it up until the last few months hasn’t went so well. I’ve attempted a couple restarts myself but gave up after feeling really bad for a while. I’ve did hundreds of hours of reading and research over the last decade but have been unable to find a single case of someone ceasing TRT after long term use that’s ended up better off. All the physicians I’ve had over the years have stated close to half their patients end up stopping treatment and go right back to where the were. Whenever I started TRT my levels were drawn at 2:30 in the afternoon and came back at 440ng. This was at 36 y/o and I admit during that period of time I was not living a testosterone friendly lifestyle. Examples: working long hours with little sleep, going thru a divorce, drinking too much and not eating well. I’ve never been overweight or had any other health problems but during this period I wasn’t living the healthy lifestyle I normally do. After 8 years of trying high doses of t due to high shbg and every modality of the drug it just wasn’t working. Recently I switched to a dose of 68mg once weekly which puts my trough at a little over 600ng. I’ve been at this for a few months now and feel better than I ever have on TRT. With that said even now, I’ve still never attained the feeling of what it was like naturally before the problems began at age 36, but I’m leaps and bounds better than the last several years. I wonder since I have my levels this low now if trying to come off would be my best option or should I accept this is as good as its going to get. All labs look great and as I said I have no other health issues. Any input greatly appreciated.