08-04-2012, 11:34 AM
| || |
| || |
Join Date: Oct 2009
| | Re: Peak levels after Test cyp injection?
Originally Posted by Dr JIM
I suspect your overlooking my point, which is the efficacy of a drug (AAS are no exception) is primarily determined by its steady state rather than peak concentrations. That's because peak values vary according to volume of distribution, immediate dosage, GI absorption (for oral meds), protein binding (or absence of), elimination kenetics etc, etc. Steady state levels have already reached an relative equilibrium with the above factors and are primarily the consequence of half life and the dosage used.
Consequently steady state instead of peak values should be used to adjust one's dosage.
Yes correct, that was not the question though.
PS although peak values vary, your talking about a VERY VERY small difference in peak, a difference so small it is negligible. He never said he was going to adjust his dose from it, he said he wanted to know how high his TT levels were getting.
Last edited by newbie23; 08-04-2012 at 11:36 AM.