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Hillybill

What is PCT and why it is so important?

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Hillybill

Hey you beautiful people! Just thought, that this might be useful for the ones, who are at the very start of their journey!

 

After every AAS cycle, there is a vital period when you have to recover your body to avoid consequences. This therapy has a name of Post Cycle Therapy or PCT.

Every AAS cycle is interfering in to a lot of processes in your body which mainly are affecting your fertility processes. To cut story short, without going deep into scientific terminology – you are changing your own factory settings to more “advanced”, which is a reason your body processes are changing.

What exactly is happening inside of your body during the AAS cycle? As you all know, your body is considering any steroid as a testosterone, and if you are receiving it artificially, then within a couple of days time, your body stops to produce its own testosterone. If you are on a relatively long cycle, testicles are simply “forgetting” their functions and going on a long “vacation”.

The main goal of PCT is to stimulate your body producing its own testosterone. This is not an easy task, as your body has completely stopped producing its own testosterone. Usually, after a long cycle run, your testosterone levels will recover itself, eventually. But if you are waiting for a natural process to restart, you will lose all your gained results and possibly you are at the risk of developing depression due to the lack of testosterone.

A long term testosterone shortage is not only uncomfortable, but it’s also causing danger to your health.

So the bottom line is, PCT is a necessary measure, which has to be used during long and short cycle runs.

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Aristo

Would you say that someone who has been using test for a very long-time no longer needs PCT?  

I have been asked this question by many who have been using for years.   My answer is no.  Anyone who has been using for a number of years, should stay on TRT or decide not to take anything at all.  

I would love to hear from you on this matter.  

I always love to be enlightened 

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Aristo


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Hillybill
13 hours ago, Aristo said:

Would you say that someone who has been using test for a very long-time no longer needs PCT?  

I have been asked this question by many who have been using for years.   My answer is no.  Anyone who has been using for a number of years, should stay on TRT or decide not to take anything at all.  

I would love to hear from you on this matter.  

I always love to be enlightened 

😉

Aristo

Well, it is truly an interesting question, I think it is all depending on situation. The whole idea, in my opinion, is not to leave yourself without testosterone, this is when the things are getting seriously weird. If, whoever decides to take a break, they should use pct, and get their nuts back on track for the time when testosterone is not getting delivered. 

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