Pct needed on extremely short cycle?

Oscarmabel2

New member
Hey guys

I am new here and wanted to get feedback from someone on my situation as it's bit unusual.

Started cycle and was going to run 300mg test cyp with pinning twice a week at 150mg.

I was ten days into my cycle and just did my 3rd pin of 150mg and tore my achilles tendon. So I'm out, cycle canceled etc..

My question is if anyone has thoughts on PCT for such a short amount of time? Does 3 shots of 150mg shut me down?

How would you handle the PCT?

Thanks for reading
 

HGH.to

Well-known member
you either don't need a PCT either you could run Nolvadex 20 mg (one tablet) for maximum a week
 

GainzBandit

Well-known member
Dude that sucks, I'm so sorry to hear that. Hopefully you have a quick recovery and come back bigger and better than ever!
 

Aussie

Member
Personal after tearing my main calf muscle and fracturing a second doing Muay Thai I spent 6 weeks just doing light weights on legs and keeping the muscle stretching so it healed with full motion. Told by two specialists this was a good idea. Then when I went back to Muay Thai both my Achilles hurt so bad for two weeks I was going to give up. Then all of a sudden they stoped hurting.
Back then I wasn’t on trt and hadn’t even had a blood test. Knowing what I do now if I had been on trt I would have had a better recovery.

I suggest you go on trt dose until recovered and able to train properly again
 

Millie

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Personal after tearing my main calf muscle and fracturing a second doing Muay Thai I spent 6 weeks just doing light weights on legs and keeping the muscle stretching so it healed with full motion. Told by two specialists this was a good idea. Then when I went back to Muay Thai both my Achilles hurt so bad for two weeks I was going to give up. Then all of a sudden they stoped hurting.
Back then I wasn’t on trt and hadn’t even had a blood test. Knowing what I do now if I had been on trt I would have had a better recovery.

I suggest you go on trt dose until recovered and able to train properly again
Hey @Aussie,
A calf strain is a painful one, and I experienced the same when practicing for my long jump competition. I thought it was a mild one and didn't care too much and just kept an icepack on the area and took a rest. But after two days, the area is swollen, and I can't walk even one step. Then I consulted a sports specialist ortho, and he advised me to undergo some muscle stretching exercises with the help of a physio. I practised the exercise regularly, and after two weeks, it cured, and the pain went away. The interesting fact is that now also I'm practising the exercises for keeping my muscles strong.
 
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