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We think its far to say the use of Testosterone Enanthate, Testosterone Cypionate or any exogenous testosterone has negative effects on lipids , even in a short space of time. The good news as this was stopped when the testosterone administration ceased, but that’s not ideal for HRT patients. Any HRT program will monitor internal effects by once or twice per year blood testing. We’d suggest following a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and consume 5g Omega-3 per day. Supplements that can aid in cholesterol levels are red yeast rice extract, garlic, green tea extract, Niacin and Coenzyme Q10.