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  • GizmoDuck   •   Wed, Jul 3rd, '19 20:10   •   33 replies, 783 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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Cycle is
Prop 100 EOD first month
Test 500 wk
EQ 600 wk

Started May 2nd. Drew labs June 24

As you can see my Estro is low and need to boost that up. I know. Also I am going to go donate blood Friday. Should I donate one or two units?

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  • Achilles412
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Hey quick question what test are you on? Prop 100 mg eod plus another test? Or is it the prop making up 500mg a week?

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Prop was just for the first month

But I might jump back on to get my Estro up

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So what ester did you run for the test? You just have test 500 mg in the post.

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Test E sir!

Gonna run for total of 16 weeks

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Ok cool thank you very much. Enjoy the run. I’m gonna take a look at what he has to offer

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Hands down top 3 best test I've ran in years!! On it now and it's strong brother. Very smooth also!

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Nice. Thanks for the input. Just picked up some test c n npp from a new domestic on here but was really thinking about adding the primo e from here. I’ll probably go ahead and pull the trigger.

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Shoot. Too damn smooth!!! Ha

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Heck yea. Awesome man!

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  • 333
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Fuck yeah man + I was just looking at his stuff

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Yea man. Bloods don’t lie!

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  • tattoofreak
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+2 for sharing

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  • heavymetalmonsterD
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+1 very nice

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  • dextetherdog
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Thanks for sharing blood work with us, that’s great + from me man

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  • MegaT883
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I wouldn't give blood. RBC is in range. Hemoglobin is slightly elevated. More hemoglobin more oxygen. Good thing. More oxygen= more stamina and less fatigue.
One of the most common causes of high hematocrit is dehydration. Get in the habit of drinking 2-3 glasses of water before you blood test and watch those numbers change. +

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True. But with EQ it’s only gonna Raise my HcT higher tho yea? That’s what I was gonna give blood now before it gets too high

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Yes but you have been on for about 8 wks now it's not going to get drastically higher. I don't think its accurate. Most guys don't drink enough water. Its summer and like I said the major cause of high elevation with HCT is dehydration. Give blood if you must. But next blood test drink a bunch of water before you test and be amazed.

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Yea. True. At work I drink like crazy. At home little different story. Ha.

My pre lab hgb was 15.3. Which is what my body is used to. So even tho it’s within range it is still a big jump for my body and can create the heart work harder you know

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Think about this:

Over 400 million people worldwide live at high altitude and have high blood counts, and yet no treatment is necessary nor is there ever any harm. Athletes train at high altitude to raise their blood cell counts to increase their exercise endurance at sea level.
Colorado has the 8th lowest mortality rate, the 3rd lowest cardiovascular rate in the USand the longest life expectancy at 87, despite having the highest average altitude and hematocrit rates.

https://www.totrevolution.com/erythrocytosis-vs-polycythemia-what-you-need-to-know/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27784544

https://youtu.be/ynHXydSGRR0

https://www.eroids.com/forum/general/general-talk/why-you-may-not-need-to-give-bloodphlebotomize

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Nice. Cant beat actual evidence and empirical data

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Here's a great explanation on the subject. Keep in mind there are still some with medical problems that should still give blood.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH-J5kXU-jQ

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Hmmm. Maybe I’ll live to be old! Lol thanks Mega!

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  • Diesel-1
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What kind and how much AI are you taking?

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Not taking any AI

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  • SL
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I would only donate 1 bro but to each their own ++

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Yea. That’s what I was thinking. At first I thought my hgb was 19 but when I saw it. I was thinking only one unit

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Yea 18 isn't too bad and if I did 2 I would feel crappy.. Only one and I feel great :)

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  • Mr.Raise
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Good numbers Mr G, thanks for sharing

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Yessir. Thank you!!!

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  • Achilles412
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Thanks for posting. Enjoy and good luck