He_Man saidAnadrol?!? For a first-time user? Anadrol is not for the novice, and like HunkyMonky said, it is very liver toxic. As one of my friends explained Anadrol to me, "It's like swallowing a box of razor blades for your liver - it will slash up your liver in no time!"
If you testosterone level is really that low (126), then a doctor would put you on injectable testosterone if you requested it. That's a really low testosterone level, btw. Have you been to an endocrinologist to see why it's so low? Do you have any health problems that could be lowering your testosterone levels?
This isn't quite true.
HIV studies have shown long term use of Anadrol 50, even at 200mg a day, is tolerated and leads to remarkably better outcomes.
With regard to hepatoxicity, very few things are as hepatoxic as Tylenol, and that's why the FDA has made drug suppliers lower their over the counter maximum dose levels. Tylenol, in daily use, is way more dangerous than A 50.
Heavy use of any C17 oral (NSAIDS to oral AAS and so on) can lead to non cancerous liver lesions, that abate once the drug is removed from use.
The most dangerous C17s...you'll find at Walmart.
Test injection should be your preferred choice.
1. It's deliver mechanism is reliable.
2. It's dirt cheap.
3. It's easy to measure.
Test base in EMU is typically made at 10% rather than 1.62% of the newer androgel, and costs 30 a month instead of 350, but, does not have the same reliable delivery of an injection.
C17 orals are a bad choice for those with poor renal clearance, and long term use.
You might also look an an estrogen inhibitor. It might be your estrogen is too high, but, likely, you need HRT.
I've heard that A50 can make you feel like crap, cause hypertension, heavy water retention (it aromatizes heavily), and just general malaise. It's really not a good choice.
If you're using any testosterone derivative, you'll want to make sure you're estrogen doesn't get to high. If you don't, you'll have issues of bloat and hypertension, which could lead to cardiovascular disease.
You MUST manage your blood pressure.
I've had lengthy discussions with qualified, and unqualified, medical folks about all this, and grew up in the age before folks decide to put testosterone users in jail.
In my visits with geriatric physicians in Phoenix, I was told, without exception, that even a small bit of androgen can make a huge difference in the well being of a patient.
Testosterone is good medicine, and will improve your life in many ways. Find someone who knows what they are doing. This isn't the place.
There are many years of HIV studies to support my stated viewpoint, and lots of good evidence, but, you have to watch your estrogen, your BP, and remain active. You are almost certainly better off than on.
Just FYI, EMU is just hand lotion....lol...you rub it on...but...for a lot less money.