Here is my non-professional advice: Stop making excuses and get you arse into the gym. At those levels, T isn't your problem - motivation and mentality are. There are a plethora of excellent training programs on T-Nation for beginners all the way through professionals. Find one that interests you and give it a month. I say a month because in my experience that is when the gym becomes a habit (. I'm not going to miss a workout unless I'm bedridden), and the one month mark is where I really start to see and feel differences in my body composition.
Paracetamol blocks cyclooxygenase I and II only in the central nervous system, affecting the pain and thermoregulatory centers (in inflamed tissues cellular peroxidase neutralize the effect of paracetamol on cyclooxygenase), which explains the almost complete absence of anti-inflammatory effect. No effect on prostaglandin synthesis in peripheral tissues causes lack of a testosterone propionate vs enanthate negative effect on water-salt exchange (sodium and water retention), and gastrointestinal possibility of formation metgemoglobina- unlikely.
Selecting the type of treatment that is going to be best for your needs requires a doctor’s input into the subject. This can only occur after the completion of blood analysis because the hormone specialist will need to review these results along with the findings from a physical examination and medical history questionnaire to determine the best approach for each individual. There is no comparison when looking at testosterone enanthate or testosterone cypionate vs. testosterone propionate . The short-term effects of testosterone propionate make it a costly and often painful proposition for most men, and it is not as safe to use long-term as the other forms of treatment.