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    Stayed up all night, labs in the morning

    I have my first set of labs this morning since I restarted Testosterone about 2 months ago. I will be getting a trough level since I always inject Thursday mornings.

    I ended up staying up all night, didn't even try to go to bed, to work on some projects, and only got about 4 hours the night before due to these projects (I got regular 6-7 hours for the previous 7 days before).

    Any idea the effect that will have on my morning testosterone level?

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    Not if you're on trt, but if you're checking your natural levels yes.
    I am not a medical practitioner. Any suggestions I provide are not medical recommendations and are just my opinions. Please consult with your physician on any matters concerning your health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Not if you're on trt, but if you're checking your natural levels yes.
    I assumed that exogenous testosterone levels would not be affected.

    I'm sure it's been discussed here, but after being on Test Cyp 50mg Q 3.5 days for only 2 months, has my body completed stopped producing it's own T or could there still be some natural production going on? Which I would assume then would be impacted by total lack of sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modawg2k View Post
    I assumed that exogenous testosterone levels would not be affected.

    I'm sure it's been discussed here, but after being on Test Cyp 50mg Q 3.5 days for only 2 months, has my body completed stopped producing it's own T or could there still be some natural production going on? Which I would assume then would be impacted by total lack of sleep.
    Trt for 2 months, your natural production is completely shut down.
    I am not a medical practitioner. Any suggestions I provide are not medical recommendations and are just my opinions. Please consult with your physician on any matters concerning your health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modawg2k View Post
    I have my first set of labs this morning since I restarted Testosterone about 2 months ago. I will be getting a trough level since I always inject Thursday mornings.

    I ended up staying up all night, didn't even try to go to bed, to work on some projects, and only got about 4 hours the night before due to these projects (I got regular 6-7 hours for the previous 7 days before).

    Any idea the effect that will have on my morning testosterone level?




    When on trt and using exogenous T lack of sleep will not have any negative effect on your testosterone levels............................if you were not on trt than lack of sleep or excess stress could definitely have a negative effect on natural endogenous testosterone levels!

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