presents you another cutting cycle for summer which will make you look hard and solid. As a base we will use testosterone enanthate however you may replace it with testosterone propionate as in some individuals enanthate will make visible water retention but I dont think this is a problem as you dont prepare for the contest, right? 🙂 On the other hand switching to propionate will bring you another headache as you will have to inject it EOD plus you will inject Primobolan ( Methenolone Enanthate) 2-3 times per week so having to inject primo and test propionate will keep you really busy and will not give your injection sites enough time to rest.
Through its action on the pituitary, danazol indirectly reduces estrogen production by lowering the output of follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone. There is also evidence that danazol binds to sex hormone receptors in target tissues, thereby exibiting anabolic, antiestrognic and weakly androgenic activity. With higher doses, amenorrhea generally occurs after about 6 weeks of therapy; ovulation and cyclic bleeding returns to normal 60—90 days after therapy is discontinued. Danazol is used to treat endometriosis because it causes atrophy of ectopic endometrial tissue, which relieves symptoms completely. It also decreases the growth rate of abnormal breast tissue, making it useful in fibrocystic breast disease. Heriditary angioedema is an inherited disorder characterized by a deficiency in C1 esterase inhibitor (C1 INH), a serum inhibitor of the activated first component of complement. Danazol increases circulating levels of C1 INH and therby increases C4 of the complement system, which also is deficient in hereditary angioedema. Consequently, danazol prevents attacks of hereditary angioedema in both males and females. The exact mechanism by which danazol increases C1 INH is not known. Danazol does not possess any progestogenic activity, and does not suppress normal pituitary release of corticotropin, or release of cortisol by the adrenal glands.
you need to come off everything and begin hcg and arimadex. I would use arimadex at 1/2mg 3 x wk and hcg at 250iu twice wk every wk and attempt to restore any natural test I could. The adex and hcg should help elevate sperm count and natural test over time. I would also use clomid at 100mg/ day for a couple wks and then drop to 50mg day for 2 more wks after you quit everything. Its going to take awhile, possibly a year before you are fertile again. Even on trt there is still a 50% chance of being fertile, but the choice to come off totally or stay on trt depends on how long you have been on trt up until now. If its been a year then Id attempt to drop everything, if its been longer then Id revert to a minimum trt dose of 80-100mg wk and continue on hcg arimadex regimen. U really need a fertility specialist though but for now this is what Id do personally