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  • I know that some people convert T to E more than others, and the usual theory is that the fatter you are the more this process occurs.

    I’m around 7% body fat but convert T to E like crazy. On 150mg test and 400 mast per week my E is at 337 pmol/L if I don’t take asin. It seems most people dont need any asin at that dose.

    I have seen anecdotal reports from others who seem to convert T to E at a much higher rate also, so I know i’m not a special snowflake. Does anyone know why this happens and if there are any other consequences (save for having to keep an eye on E of course).


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