As if that weren’t bad enough, when prolactin is elevated, it may also suppress testosterone production and continue the negative feedback loop we need to stop during this critical time. Maintaining an optimal Androgen:Estrogen ratio is important to keeping Prolactin in check, as shown in the study cited above where there was a significant Prolactin increase during Testosterone administration. It occurred when the administered testosterone aromatized as a result of the aromatization of the administered Testosterone into Estrogen.
My itching started 10 days after giving birth to my son. my obgyn said it was not Pupp because “Pupp only occurs during prgnancy.” So I went to my family doctor and he said he had treated 3 cases of Pupp after delivery and he was sure what I had was Pupp. He prescribed prednisone for 7 days and the itch went away after day two. However 3 days after i finioshed the dosage, the itch came back. Its been two weeks since then and I am still itching. Hot compresses before bed seem to give me enough relief for me to fall asleep.
Good question – I think I’m taking 150 every 3 weeks. I will def ask about injecting myself – just concerned about the cost. I initially started becuz of sexual issues…lower sex drive. At one point I was going every 2 weeks and wanted to hump everything in site, and as a married man that wasn’t good, so I purposely scaled back to every 3 weeks. That said, my overall concern is how long is it safe to say on this stuff. I guess its safe until it’s not, but that’s just scary. I’ve gone to 3 different urologists and they never have a straight answer. I’ve now been off my shots for about 2 months….doing a little test drive to see how much of a difference it really is making…and I’m just now starting to feel a loss in strength and endurance in my workouts, BUT overall not too much else. Anyway, that’s what prompted to me do a search for “possible” alternatives.
thanks for your advice – appreciate it.