Athletes, like all others, may have illnesses or conditions that require them to take particular medications. If the medication an athlete is required to take to treat an illness or condition happens to fall under the prohibited list, a therapeutic use exemption may give that athlete the authorization to take the needed medicine. Criteria for granting a therapeutic use exemption are 1.) The athlete would experience significant health problems without taking the prohibited substance or method, 2.) The therapeutic use of the substance would not produce significant enhancement of performance, and 3.) There is no reasonable therapeutic alternative to the use of the otherwise prohibited substance or method. Note hormone replacement therapy (HRT), . supplementing with prescribed testosterone in any form to raise testosterone levels due to natural decreases that occur with aging (even if to just elevate levels to within ‘normal’ ranges), is NOT considered a medicinal exception. Persons using HRT would not be eligible for WPA/NANBF/IPE competition.
Whether you’re cutting or bulking, meeting your goals and experiencing the full potential of your Trenbolone results is certainly exciting. At this point, you will need to use some post-cycle therapy to ensure you can keep those gains. Remember that because Tren is a derivative of testosterone, it binds to the same receptors. When this happens, your body no longer produces testosterone naturally. If you simply end your cycle and fail to account for this lack of testosterone, your Trenbolone results will likely be short-lived. The symptoms of low testosterone include everything from erectile dysfunction to fat gain and even muscle loss – the exact opposite of what you worked so hard to achieve.