Estimating T-Level

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Michael D

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Is there a formula that can be used to estimate the T level that will be achieved after injecting a specific amount of T? I'm assuming weight is an important variable. Or, does everyone metabolize T very differently so that a formula does not work? Is there also a way to predict T level at different time frames post injection?
 
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Cataceous

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Some great posts on dose-response by @readalot starting around here:
 

TLawyer

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Some great posts on dose-response by @readalot starting around here:
Interesting. I’m at 140 mg per week of cypionate and 700 ius of Pregnyl per week (injecting every day) and my peak (12 hours after injection) total T level after 6 weeks was 530 ng/dl. The chart would suggest I’d be much higher, just with the cypionate alone.
 

Michael D

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Interesting. I’m at 140 mg per week of cypionate and 700 ius of Pregnyl per week (injecting every day) and my peak (12 hours after injection) total T level after 6 weeks was 530 ng/dl. The chart would suggest I’d be much higher, just with the cypionate alone.
I weigh 185 lbs and inject 130 mg per week, once per week. I recently tested to see what my level would be a week after the injection and I was still over 900 ng/dl. My Dr. would like to see me around 400-500 on the day of my shot, that's why I was wondering if there's a way to predict the level, but clearly different people metabolize T at different rates.
 

readalot

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Latest version....

Ideally the chart plots free T instead of TT to remove SHBG as confounding variable. But we don't have the accurate data for that yet. Hence, this is a decent start for fellas. Also need to add the ExcelMale member's data points. Will do.

Log:


Linear:
 
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Michael D

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Latest version....

Ideally the chart plots free T instead of TT to remove SHBG as confounding variable. But we don't have the accurate data for that yet. Hence, this is a decent start for fellas. Also need to add the ExcelMale member's data points. Will do.

Log:


Linear:
Very helpful! And it looks like my response is very typical.
 
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