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  • Edit Bloodwork 4 months After PCT "High" prolactin

  • miticco   •   Tue, Jan 14th, '20 05:05   •   3 replies, 108 views

NOTE: Simple Mass Spectrometry is not enough to determine dosage and purity of tested substance.
Tests done with GC/MS, LC/MS/MS or HPLC methodes are considered much more reliable!

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Hi guys, saturday morning i drawn bloods, all in check for my standards (values are the same as before cycle) except made for prolactin, before cycle It Easy 15, but i'm not worried at all, i was really nervous that day, and Only in the afternoon i've remembered prolactin Is strictly correlated to stress so i assume i've to Test It again.

Cycle was: 500mg test E 12 weeks with Test P kick start and bridge into PCT (pct meds all Pharma grade from a local source)

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  • Dacky's picture
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  • Dacky
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++ for testing before and after PCT. Don’t even worry another second about your prolactin level. Yes it’s “high” relative to the normal range but it’s not high enough to cause worry and almost certainly stress induced. The level you’re seeing there is common with blood draws where there is a conscious or unconscious fear of having blood taken. If you’re really worried about it then you can requests a prolactin rest rest where they insert a cannula and you rest in a quiet room for up to an hour and they draw samples and test prolactin levels at 0, 15, 30, 45 and 60 mins. Most often it’s only 30mins in total so three samples. Only problem is it gets expensive. If it were me I wouldn’t bother. Just keep testing and keep an eye out if the level starts to trend up.

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  • plantguypete
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+1 for posting bloods!

Things look alright! Do you naturally have normal-low test levels/test production? Or rather are your baselines on the lower end of normal?

What was your PCT?

I do agree with your hypothesis about the stress induced prolactin.

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My First bloodwork panel (before any cycle) reports 394 mg/dl for Total test and 15pg/ml for free test, i Guess i'm Just unlucky in this game.

PCT: 5 weeks Clomid 100/100/50/50/50 and Nolva 40/40/20/20/20