I'm assuming that the TRT would only bring your T levels back to a normal functioning adult, as opposed to giving you a massive boost of T over and above normal levels, which is what bodybuilders typically dose on when using steroids.
It's pretty normal to make rapid 'newbie' gains and then slow up from there. Same with muscle soreness, it's not necessarily a barometer as to whether you are making gains.
Honestly, unless you are gunning to be Mr Olympia within the next three years, you only need one or the other as far as protein. The difference to your muscle gains by taking both will be so minimal as to be negligible. If your nutrition is good and your training is solid, then basic supplementation is all you need.
Perhaps time to use a classic four or five day split for your bodyparts. Also, focus on compound lifts (probably telling you what you already know :))
It's baffling that no one has made an article out of it, or released a recording of it. If not Cullen's, then at least Dr Jerome's since he's seen some success, I'd like to hear what his next study will consist of. Maybe he's willing to move onto crispr from HE's.
But there is no evidence that the substrain didn't mutate after infection or that the person was infected with both strains at the time of infection.
What's the relevance anyway, HSV is HSV and you can't catch it twice is correct.
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