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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Samuelson View Post
    I don't know the process, but short of being a scientist yourself, is it difficult to know your own levels unless you are tested day in day out by a medical professional?
    You can't work out your own levels, it would have to be done on blood tests. It's not my area of expertise so I don't know how quickly your testosterone levels would rise on blood tests after increasing the dose, and it would depend on whether you're on oral supplements or intramuscular injections.

    If it's anything like monitoring thyroxine effects or checking lithium levels though, the levels wouldn't rise particularly quickly, and it's something you could keep an eye on with regular blood tests over a period of weeks / months.

    Last edited by Sport Doctors UK; 18-12-2013 at 11:29 PM.
    Dr Jeremy Hyams (GMC 6052934) - Sport Doctors UK Managing Director

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