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+ 3 Pre employment blood work

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Pre employment blood work. Be careful if you take a job where you travel to places that don’t have hospitals, I am still being cleared to work because I’m at risk for throwing blood clots, per the doctor. Now I wasn’t honest upfront to the doctor, but I had to see a hematologist and I was honest with him, and long story short now
It’s in the open about a cycle. So maybe I will still get the job, maybe not. I’ll will update when I find out.

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Cycle: 8 weeks or so in:
100mg TrenA- ED
100mg MastP ED
300mg Sust- M/Thurs
25mg Anavar- twice daily
25mg Proviron twice daily
1mg Arimidex M/Thurs
.5mg Caber M/Thurs

Accutane- 20mg EOD

Lifted-presence92's picture

let’s hear the cycle I think everyone is intrigued.

+1

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Posted bro

Lifted-presence92's picture

Maybe some vet here can shed some light on what they think could be the cause of the high levels. I know it’s also based on the individuals response to the aas but would like to know which ones could be the cause.

Maybe tren? And that’s just guess on my end lol.

Still pretty new to all this

Thanks for posting brotha!

daksmack's picture

Np brother, maybe I can use my experience with this issue I’m having to shed light on someone else that may run into this.

Halsey's picture

I was thinking the 600mg/week sust. Like you said everyone is a bit different. Lots of compounds that could be working together plus he could be a smoker and dehydrated.

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I don’t smoke, but yes I was in a fasting state for 12 hours before blood was drawn.

press1's picture

I highly doubt the tren has caused high haemoglobin - If it did I would never of had problems! Lol I think trenbolone has the same negative Toxic effects on Bone marrow as Alcohol does - this means the blood the bone marrow produces is distorted and oxygen transport is made worse. I would say its something maybe to do with diet or just his own body producing a lot of healthy blood. Only a doctor is going to know the cause ....

Lifted-presence92's picture

Lol right on yeah I just got into anabolics like 14 months ago and have ran 2 cycles still very new to this stuff thank you for giving your opinion.

But yeah seems like a more complicated issue regarding just trying to point out something specifically.

Molinin302's picture

Never seen counts this high, hematocrit almost 60? Do you have underlying conditions? If not I'm very curious as to what you're running

press1's picture

Woahhh Baby! 191 Haemoglobin I think is the highest I've seen ever lol I bet you don't get breathless when training do ya pal. I had bloods taken yesterday to check exactly this, I had extremely low readings this year where I went into hospital feeling breathless and dizzy all the time - in the end I couldn't even train. My haemoglobin was dangerously low as a result of B12 deficiency so they put me on the B12 injections and Folic acid B9 tablets. A month ago I was back at 128 which is double what I had dropped to!!! Now I am currently waiting yesterdays results which I think will be 140 to 150. You must take in a lot of Iron, B12 and B9 for it to be that high - Do you supplement with these?

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Definitely out of breathe on leg day and if I work out in the heat for long periods of time of time. I did a blood release, 500cc at the phlebotomist, I’m seeing a hematologist to make sure it’s nothing more, but tren usually makes my Hema sky rocket. I do take a multi vitamin along with asha root. Glad to hear yours are leveled out, it’s definitely crazy I never get dizzy, I feel great actually.

press1's picture

You will feel great mate as you have so much oxygen in your blood from having a high haemoglobin! Instant oxygen to the muscle very quickly after a set - I had the complete reverse. My blood had less than half the oxygen its supposed to have so even walking to the bathroom I was winded and out of breath! Just before I went to hospital I had a shower as I didn't know how long I would be in and had to stop for breathe about 5 times. Felt like you were constantly being drowned - Once you hit around 40 you can die because your brain becomes starved of oxygen and you stroke. Having good Haemoglobin is something none of us ever even think about until its very low - basically this is how people feel just before they die of blood loss due to being stabbed or shot. Something I never wanna experience again lol Hence I now take more Vitamins and minerals than they carry in the bloody health store!!! Lmao

Halsey's picture

+1 for bloods, curious to what you've been running and for how long.

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Posted

bigjman92's picture

Even on cycle, I found being on a plant based diet fixed my lipid profile in 3 weeks time. Try it out and PM me for details

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I’ll send a PM shortly.