I have a LOT more energy taking TestMax HD, which can be frustrating at times when I have to sit for long periods working. But overall, the increased energy has been great. I've been much more productive, especially in my workouts. After 6-weeks my total testosterone went from 231-369 ng/dL. I was hoping it would go above 500, but I can't really complain with a 60% increase.
I've had my testosterone tested before and after taking both TestMax 1000 and TestMax HD. With TestMax 1000 my total test went from 587-918 ng/dL. And with TestMax HD it went from 598.5-873.7 ng/dL.
At the age of 46 my doctor ran a blood panel including testosterone. Over a year’s span I was in the 200 to low 300 range. When I went to the urologist they installed twelve under the skin synthetic testosterone pellets a couple of times. The highest the synthetics ever got me to was 500.99, four months later I dropped to under 206, now I was producing less than before, and the insurance bill I saw was over $3200 each time. I decided to try TESTMAX 1000 and have my total testosterone tested after my first bottle.
My testosterone levels jumped to 596, that’s almost a hundred points higher than what the doctor got me to!
I got tested again a month later and maintained levels over 500. My weight hasn’t changed and my waist has gone down almost two inches from 36” in a few months, so I assume I must be gaining muscle in proportion to my fat loss.
I'm pretty young and in good shape. I've never had trouble building muscle and my bench is over 300lb and squat max is 470lb, so I was really surprised to see I had low testosterone. Am I guessing it was from overtraining? Regardless, my test went from 183.5-413 ng/dl. I don't "feel" dramatically different but I can tell a difference. I'll definitely continue using Testmax 1000 if for no other reason than having the piece of mind knowing I don't have low testosterone anymore.
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