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Hey Bro! This is a tough question to answer because it depends on what route you’re going to take. If you go legit-it also depends on your Benefits program and your Doctor’s diagnosis and/or script writing. The Medical System is all about codes these days. LOL. If you’re paying out of pocket under the guidance of a legit Endo like Dr. Life-you’re going to pay BIG! Most guys especially younger less financially solvent guys reading this blog can’t afford the services of a Legit Endo. GH and Test can be upwards of $1500/mo. (paying out of pocket without condition authorizing a script for low T etc)
Yes testosterone in higher doses is also a bodybuilding staple. Often these doses are 4x that of TRT weekly. TRT is meant to mimic a man's natural to natural high level of Test. Your are likely having tendon pain because of the TRT which will subside if you go easy. Your main muscle groups will react very positively to the exogenous Test. You will get stronger quickly with a good work out regiment. However, your connective tissues cannot keep up. They do not get stronger as fast. Therefore if you overexert yourself too quickly on TRT you can cause injury. Take it slow and easy at the gym/sports until your connective tissues catch up to your new strength/stamina.