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Is there a conversion of MG to ng/dl blood levels

FrenchWeeb

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Alright guys, I know that the Total Testosterone level after administration of TRT/Steroid is related to metabolism, etc but isn't there a way to predict the blood levels? Exemple: if you inject 125mg some would end up in the 800ng/dl, some 1200+ and some 500. My question is, is there a way to predict the ng/dL without blood test (covid-19 is a big problem for blood work atm) by calculation ?
 

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Short answer no. Way to many factors at play.
Rip, I had hopes that I could calculate it based on my FFMI, etc. I guess I'll have to wait until I can do bloodwork.
 
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Impossible. Nobody process test the same way and some metabolize it better than others. Others convert more into estrogen etc etc. If it was as simple as a calculation then everyone on TRT would be taking the same amount of test weekly and everyone on 500mg of test a week would have the same Amount or TT (total testosterone) showing on their bloodworks but it’s really not the case!
 

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Impossible. Nobody process test the same way and some metabolize it better than others. Others convert more into estrogen etc etc. If it was as simple as a calculation then everyone on TRT would be taking the same amount of test weekly and everyone on 500mg of test a week would have the same Amount or TT (total testosterone) showing on their bloodworks but it’s really not the case!
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Impossible. Nobody process test the same way and some metabolize it better than others. Others convert more into estrogen etc etc. If it was as simple as a calculation then everyone on TRT would be taking the same amount of test weekly and everyone on 500mg of test a week would have the same Amount or TT (total testosterone) showing on their bloodworks but it’s really not the case!
Yup, I guess I was right, I knew it I just hoped I wasn't right... :c
 
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