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    stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    i started winstrol tabs 50mg a day on the monday, did 50mg tues and 50mg weds i jabbed my tren a and test prop (first of the cycle) and i woke up in middle of the night in agony all day was in agony with my stomach acid issue i went to hospital and they gave me omeprazole.

    will i be good to carry on my course with the tren a and test prop i have dropped the oral winstrol!

    this was a week ago! no pain from it now but still on the omeprazole

    cheers.

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    I'm on the same mate so if we die, we die together !!

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    haha omeprazole and tren ace and test prop?? how long you been running this for??

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    Quote Originally Posted by RascaL18 View Post
    haha omeprazole and tren ace and test prop?? how long you been running this for??
    I'm actually doing Winny and Primo mate started this week...

    Same as you, massive stomach issues and been feeling bloated for months..

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    i was keeled over couldnt stay still was up down and all over for a full day i was freezing but sweating like mad and threw up!

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    is the pain on your right lower side and does it hurt when you coughf and have you fever any fever?

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    Thats food poisoning mate.

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    no thats not food poisoning,lol

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    I have had the exact same symptons with food poisoning but l bow to your superior knowledge doctor....

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    sounds like appenisitus wich can be fatal if not treated and burst, then you become infected with perinitius wich will kill you!!

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    Quote Originally Posted by j.t View Post
    sounds like appenisitus wich can be fatal if not treated and burst, then you become infected with perinitius wich will kill you!!
    Is that near yor appendix then ?

    It wouldnt last a day if it was trust me, it owuld be total agony till they operated !

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    can last more than a day depening on how advance and necrosis has effected the appendix

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    You should be fine to take all that together, Steroids tend to be metabolised by CYP3A4, where as Omeprazole is predominantly CYP2C19 metabolised.

    The main problems I can see you having is altered absorption of oral winstrol due to altering of the stomach acidity. But even that will have bugger all difference tbh

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    Has he not been to the hospital, Been diagnosed with stomach acidity issues/Ulcer and been treated with a PPI, and now has the situation under control ?

    would that not rule out the whole appendix issue lol

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    Re: stomach acid/ulcer problem, good to go or not (tren)

    cheers!!!! i have dropped the winstrol now stay away from the orals untill the omeprazole is over i think will be best!!

 

 
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