Let me share with you my experiences and what I found my body tolerances to be. I have used the same company for my TRT for about 5 years now. Always predictable and never a problem. However, when I want to increase my TRT dose, I know I have a threshold. For Test, that threshold is 550mg. Anything above that with any Test product or combination of products in one injection will cause me 3 days of flu like symptoms. I know for fact I can inject 500mg Sustanon along with 300mg EQ on one syringe (totaling 800mg of actual drug) and not have a problem. But if I tried 750mg of Sustanon by itself, no bueno. I get sick.
Of the reported cases of anaphylaxis attributed to Xolair, 39% occurred with the first dose, 19% occurred with the second dose, 10% occurred with the third dose, and the rest after subsequent doses. One case occurred after 39 doses (after 19 months of continuous therapy, anaphylaxis occurred when treatment was restarted following a 3 month gap). The time to onset of anaphylaxis in these cases was up to 30 minutes in 35%, greater than 30 and up to 60 minutes in 16%, greater than 60 and up to 90 minutes in 2%, greater than 90 and up to 120 minutes in 6%, greater than 2 hours and up to 6 hours in 5%, greater than 6 hours and up to 12 hours in 14%, greater than 12 hours and up to 24 hours in 8%, and greater than 24 hours and up to 4 days in 5%. In 9% of cases the times to onset were unknown.