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Taking your T shot when you're already read as male

And other seemingly meaningless chores

When my series of health practitioners about 18 months ago started to tell me that I’m going to be on testosterone for the rest of my life if I want to do go through Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), my first reaction to this was of course something along the lines of “can I do this at all?? 570 more words

Sustanon 250 Testosterone Blend Powder

Sustanon 250 is an oil-based injectable testosterone blend, it typically contains four different testosterone esters: Testosterone propionate (30 mg); testosterone phenylpropionate (60 mg); testosterone isocaproate (60mg); and testosterone decanoate (100 mg) 292 more words

Anabolic Steroid Powder

EU USA UK Test Prop Testosterone Propionate Steroid Powder

Testosterone Propionate is an amazing steroid which is an active solution of the Testosterone and used to treat the hormone deficient diseases. This drug is easily available in the market and requires less money to buy the drug from the market. 636 more words

Anabolic Steroid Powder

The Smart Way to Build a Fat-Loss Diet

Boston Testosterone

Core Medical Group

Article Written by Layne Norton and Sohee Lee 07/29/2015

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