Why is testosterone necessary???

vx6000

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If cell growth was based off of testosterone then females would heal at ridiculously slow rates. I have no idea what my testosterone levels are but if it is proven that increased testosterone accelerate the enlargement process, then I'll have to jump on the ROP bandwagen. I'm not talking about stronger erections or increased sperm loads because I definitely do not have a problem with that being 24 years old. Please help in any way so I can accelerate my efforts.
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Because it's important, and umm.. I'm too tired right now to write a 6 page essay on Testosterone :p

It's a growth hormone, females have estrogen, both males and females have both hormones though, just different levels in the different sexes. It gives energy, growth.. and alot of other stuff.
 

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vx6000 said:
If cell growth was based off of testosterone then females would heal at ridiculously slow rates. I have no idea what my testosterone levels are but if it is proven that increased testosterone accelerate the enlargement process, then I'll have to jump on the ROP bandwagen. I'm not talking about stronger erections or increased sperm loads because I definitely do not have a problem with that being 24 years old. Please help in any way so I can accelerate my efforts.
Thanks
More testosterone equals better bloodflow, which amounts to faster recovery and possibly quicker gains as well. I doubt the hormone in itself has any direct effect on tissue healing.
Then again, testosterone plays a major part in constructing new muscle, so who's to say it doesn't do the same with penile cells as well?
 

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Pros:
More Energy
Better Ability to Heal (Muscles and Other Cells)
Increased Ejaculation
Higher Sex Drive
Bigger Dick

Cons:
Possible Acne
More Aggresive
If you inject fabricated testosterone, aka steriods into your body, your balls shrivel up. This wont happen with the ROP though, because it's making the body produce more of it's own, not putting outside stuff into yer body.
 

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Xenoseal said:
Test alone can increase size, it detemines alot of things.
For muscle tissue, yes, but I don't think any proof exists that it catalyzes direct penile growth. Then again, I may be wrong.
 

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People who take steriods often see an increase in penis size, while their balls shrivel to nothingness.
 

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vx6000 said:
If cell growth was based off of testosterone then females would heal at ridiculously slow rates. I have no idea what my testosterone levels are but if it is proven that increased testosterone accelerate the enlargement process, then I'll have to jump on the ROP bandwagen. I'm not talking about stronger erections or increased sperm loads because I definitely do not have a problem with that being 24 years old. Please help in any way so I can accelerate my efforts.
Thanks

Yea man I feel you bro. The ROP has helped me and so many others. Great Support here man
 

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Xenoseal said:
People who take steriods often see an increase in penis size, while their balls shrivel to nothingness.
That is cause the shut down there own body's ability to produce it. The ROP helps the body produce its own test
 

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Hmm.. that's funny, never heard of something like that happening...
I think what you mean is that they experience a temporary increse in flaccid size due to better bloodflow. Trust me man, I know what I'm talking about (I'm a bodybuilder, and I know a thing or three about hormones).

Your balls actually swell up considerably when you're on a cycle, but once you finish they will shrink down from the dramatic drop in your T-levels (this is when your penis might also shrivel up somewhat in the flaccid state, due to the lack of sex drive resulting from low T). Your body tends to produce more of the opposite hormone to compensate if you are lacking in your primary gender-related sex hormone for whatever reason, hence the reason you get a sudden surge of estrogen post-cycle.
The ROP is effective in lowering your estrogen as well as raising your testosterone for the same reason.
 

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That is pretty interesting. So if you use the ROP, will the increased production of T continue?
 

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doktor said:
That is pretty interesting. So if you use the ROP, will the increased production of T continue?
Yes
 

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Lower estrogen by drinking less alchohal, eliminate soy products and try Clomid but you got the ROP, so you are cool man, no worries
 

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I'm sorry, earlier, I meant to say if you stop using the ROP, will the increased T production continue?
 

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doktor said:
I'm sorry, earlier, I meant to say if you stop using the ROP, will the increased T production continue?
I think that once you have worn it long enough, the zinc ions that it produces will stay in your system for a long time and will keep you elevated. If you have only worn it for a month or two and never wear it again, of coarse it will wear off.
 

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Thanks Red! :)
And AncientChina, Supra already pretty much gave the answer I had in mind. ;)

Just wearing the ROP will be of great help, since your estrogen levels tend to drop automatically if you have high testosterone.

I think you can keep you hormonal levels at their optimum balance just by wearing the ROP and avoiding excessive drinking. Too little estrogen isn't good for you, either, since it lowers your good cholestrol and elevates the bad cholestrol, as well as elevating your blood pressure.
No worries, though, since you probably can't get your estrogen THAT low without the use of clomid, NO2 or something similar (these basically signal your body to cut off estrogen production completely).
 

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Too muck zinc lowers testosterone levels. Clomid and such does not lower estrogen, but blocks the receptors of that hormone. Testosterone can always convert to estrogene. (the easy explanation) I have no doubt the ROP works, but its not due to zinc ions.
 

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can I see some documents on the web about zinc doing that to 'T' levels ?
 
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