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  1. Blood results, bit worried.

    @1878 check what I posted 2 weeks ago : It is dangerous at your levels , 58% is too high. Increase in RBCS is dose dependent for exogenous T. So the more you take, the more you make(rbcs). This has been proven with linear dosages that increase from microdoses to larger doses up to 600mg/week. The main mode of action is hepicidin regulation. Hepicidin is used to regulate Iron absorption from your diet. This mechanism is needed to protect us from toxic iron overload. So when a normal person without aas on board ingest iron through their diet they absorb about 5 to 35% of it, if the body detects too much iron it will release hepicidin to bind to this iron to eliminate intracellular transport(ferroportin) from absorbing excess iron. In our case exogenous aas decreases hepicidin which allows us to absorb more iron. It should be noted that neither estrogen or DHT is needed to increase RBCs, both have been blocked and showed no impact at reducing rbc production, so all it takes is Testosterone to increase rbcs by direct stimulation of bone marrow. So we are using androgens to induce hepicidin suppression which increases splenic ferroportin(intracellular transport in cells) which increase iron absorption, and iron incorporation into new rbc production. You have no choice but to keep removing blood and take a low dose vitamin containing iron on an empty stomach along with a vitamin C to increase absorption of this iron, about two hours before you eat so you can have the best chance at maximizing oral iron absorption. RBC production is constantly pulling from your stores of iron, b12, folate, so you are depleting these resources no matter what as long as you keep injecting aas. (I had almost 0 folates before supplementation) This isn’t an issue of EPO either as there has been no evidence of elevated EPO levels in those that have secondary erythrocytosis from aas. So the only logical approach is: Frequent therputic phlebotomy with oral iron supplementation is the “ONLY” approach for long term aas or trt. There is no silver bullet to rid yourself of this problem. If you try to go too long without removing blood you feel like crap from blood that is too viscous, slowing circulation, causing the heart and lungs to work harder. If you rob yourself of iron you will experience low iron stores which can also cause extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, restless leg syndrome and decline in concentration and focus. If one removes blood too often and doesn’t replace the iron you’ll run into microcytic anemia as the body adapts by making smaller rbcs(due to less iron) that are less effective at oxygenation of tissues. So 10mg of oral iron supplementation every single day along with vitamin C, and therapeutic phlebotomy every 56 days through a blood donation. This will keep you symptom free from low iron and high hct. It’s what you’re stuck with unless you want to get off gear. No one has ever solved this issue, it’s the reason doctors take men off trt. Sure the body will adjust eventually to a higher hct, but some of us will continue to produce more and more rbcs until our head is pounding.
  2. Blood results, bit worried.

    Your RBC/hematocrit are really high , this is worrying not the prolactin. I'm sure fina has it 's role in the prolactin rise. Since you take fina , you can't even donate blood..
  3. I'm going to try minoxidil as a stand-alone , I'm on TRT but I still do have hair loss. Does it work if someone shedding but not as crazy ?
  4. Yes , when I do benchpress , push ups , dips it's really hurting. I have 0 problem doing heavy weighed pull ups , rowing and every other exercices . I do this kind of small exercices to help blood flow , even with 2 kg it sometimes hurt and I stop.
  5. Well it's different this time , I had osteolysis 3 years ago and now my shoulder isnt right placed . I thought it was tendinitis at first , I didn't train for 2 months and nothing changed , even with the magic TB-500 ( it healed me so fast for tendinitis ) I do pulling a lot , and I'm good at , so it's not the problem. For the TB-500 , I just took 1 dose of 2.5mg and I get the high hematocrit sides so I stopped so I didnt do a real cycle , do you recommend me to keep on for a month? Also now I'm sure that TB-500 cause Eosinophilic esophagitis In people or at least certain people. I took it 5 times In 4 years , and everytime I had the throat swelling like I had a double chin , and I had to spit a lot and could sometimes chock while eating, now I'm 100% sure it's linked to TB-500 and it s increase in white blood cells.. some people I know started TB-500 too and had the same thing , they got checked at the doctor and yes , Eosinophilic esophagitis appeared. You can also find 1-2 guy on google search who developed this from TB-500 .
  6. I want to try HGH for the first time , I'm willing to pay a 3 month cycle first but I have many questions before ordering it : -Is 3 iu/ed would be enough for : faster recovery , good sleep , and easier to fat loss ? (I'm already lean and eat clean all year long) -What are the differences between all these HGH ? I've seen many different HGH names and I'm quite lost. -Which one would you recommend for my goals? -I won't ask where you find it , but is it easy to find? -Would you buy Generic HGH or Pharma HGH? is there a big price difference? -Having high red blood cell / hematocrit atm from TB-500 use and TRT (TRT make me at 17.5/51 , TB500 push it at 18-18.5/54) , wouldn't HGH increase even more RBC levels? -I read it can worsen gyno , is that true even at 3iu/ed?
  7. @ElChapo -20mg winny or anavar on TRT for 12 weeks , would it increase RBC much ? I'm at 17.5 and don't want to reach 18.5 with it , can/would it increase of 1 point at that dose? I know that 60mg of anavar made me red as hell. -Anavar give me bad stomach bloat/bad gaz , and acid reflux . just after the first dose I have those sides. If I get Pharma anavar can it be different ? or it's really the oxan that give me these sides and not the quality/the way it has been product. -I think it's time to try HGH , I do have a bad shoulder pain that doesn't go away even after good rest and TB500 , I wanted to try HGH for a long time and think it's time and maybe it will help the injury. Should I take 2iu ED before bed , or 4iu M/W/F better? thank you
  8. Need help! Crashed

    if you can't get it up , take 10mg Cialis it would help a lot
  9. Cardarine and endurance

    thanks , will think about it
  10. Cardarine and endurance

    no side effects?
  11. It s possible , some people still have normal range levels on steroids. but long term I don't know
  12. Increase in RBCS is dose dependent for exogenous T. So the more you take, the more you make(rbcs). This has been proven with linear dosages that increase from microdoses to larger doses up to 600mg/week. The main mode of action is hepicidin regulation. Hepicidin is used to regulate Iron absorption from your diet. This mechanism is needed to protect us from toxic iron overload. So when a normal person without aas on board ingest iron through their diet they absorb about 5 to 35% of it, if the body detects too much iron it will release hepicidin to bind to this iron to eliminate intracellular transport(ferroportin) from absorbing excess iron. In our case exogenous aas decreases hepicidin which allows us to absorb more iron. It should be noted that neither estrogen or DHT is needed to increase RBCs, both have been blocked and showed no impact at reducing rbc production, so all it takes is Testosterone to increase rbcs by direct stimulation of bone marrow. So we are using androgens to induce hepicidin suppression which increases splenic ferroportin(intracellular transport in cells) which increase iron absorption, and iron incorporation into new rbc production. You have no choice but to keep removing blood and take a low dose vitamin containing iron on an empty stomach along with a vitamin C to increase absorption of this iron, about two hours before you eat so you can have the best chance at maximizing oral iron absorption. RBC production is constantly pulling from your stores of iron, b12, folate, so you are depleting these resources no matter what as long as you keep injecting aas. (I had almost 0 folates before supplementation) This isn’t an issue of EPO either as there has been no evidence of elevated EPO levels in those that have secondary erythrocytosis from aas. So the only logical approach is: Frequent therputic phlebotomy with oral iron supplementation is the “ONLY” approach for long term aas or trt. There is no silver bullet to rid yourself of this problem. If you try to go too long without removing blood you feel like crap from blood that is too viscous, slowing circulation, causing the heart and lungs to work harder. If you rob yourself of iron you will experience low iron stores which can also cause extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, restless leg syndrome and decline in concentration and focus. If one removes blood too often and doesn’t replace the iron you’ll run into microcytic anemia as the body adapts by making smaller rbcs(due to less iron) that are less effective at oxygenation of tissues. So 10mg of oral iron supplementation every single day along with vitamin C, and therapeutic phlebotomy every 56 days through a blood donation. This will keep you symptom free from low iron and high hct. It’s what you’re stuck with unless you want to get off gear. No one has ever solved this issue, it’s the reason doctors take men off trt. Sure the body will adjust eventually to a higher hct, but some of us will continue to produce more and more rbcs until our head is pounding.
  13. I meant every 2 months not 2 weeks. That's what I thought and was worried about , and it seems like Ferritin supplementation did increase RBC faster than usual BUT it didnt go higher than my previous RBC levels ! instead it increased my ferritin stocks , really fast.
  14. 6 weeks would be a good time. For ferritin , I recently had the same problem. Went to almost 0 from donating every 2 months , I gave blood with 34 ferritin in early September ( 2 months ago ) , I immediately took 22mg iron ED with 1000mg vitamin C , and iron rich foods. in 1 month my ferritin is a 72 (so from 0 to 72) .
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