The GnRH protocol is explained here. The only current difference is that the enclomiphene dose is reduced to 12.5 mg EOD. I don't yet have lab work on this lower amount to see if the gonadotropins are lower. The drug name for GnRH is gonadorelin. I'm not sure if Defy prescribes it, though I will be asking them. It is available from Hallandale Pharmacy.@Cataceous can you explain your protocol in greater detail? I’m curious about the GnRH? I’ve never even heard of that. Is it something Defy prescribes? Also curious about your progesterone usage. Not sure if you are on a large dose or not? I’ve only ever seen the cream. Apologies if you’ve explained all this in a different thread.
I'm injecting 600 mcg of progesterone every night before bed. This puts serum levels near the middle of the range for LabCorp's test, so I wouldn't consider it a high dose. It has been good for mood and sleep. There may be less obvious benefits in correcting the deficiency ostensibly caused by TRT.