Feb 10, 2001
For the past two years I have been alternating every 2 weeks with deep IM injections of Deca Durabolin 200mg with Depo Testosterone 200mg. In other words, Deca Durabolin injection then 2 wks later, Testosterone injection, etc. I was informed by a reliable source?? that these doses were too low and that I should actually be taking them together. I am taking the testosterone because my body is manufacturing almost zilch and the Deca Durabolin for increase in muscle tissue. This combo has also increased my appetite. Can you comment on this, please? Am I getting adequate doses? Should I be taking them together as opposed to separately? My wasting syndrome is pretty pronounced and I lost 30 lbs. prior to startin this. I gained a little, but not a lot. At least I am maintaining my wt. I am 5'9" and weigh 130 lbs. I cannot afford to lose ANY wt. My appetite is good and I eat high calorie foods. One more thing: I was diagnosed with Kaposi's sarcoma in 1995. I had one lesion which was totally removed for biopsy. I have not had a lesion since then. My concern is about possible internal KS. I do have fatigue and frequent diarrhea. Could there be a connection here, somewhere to my wasting?? Sincerely, Mark
Response from Dr. Dieterich
Dear Mark, Does not sound like you should worry about the KS. That is a dead issue. However, that is a low dose of deca and test that you are taking. Most people take both together every two weeks. That should help bring your weight back and make you feel better too! Good luck! DTD
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