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Help me out here!!!! - 10-21-2014, 09:52 AM

Ok been off cycle for about 2 months and my TSH level came back high on a blood test which indicated low thyroid. I also read some articles that said that AAS can suppress the thyroid. I need to know how to fix this.
Also is it all AAS that do this?
   
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10-21-2014, 05:45 PM

What were u running? I've read about Tren suppressing thyroid function before. Someone even said u should always run T3 w/Tren because of it. Not sure about any good research that backs that protocol though.


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Thru out the year I ran test, tren, EQ, winny and anavar. Not all in on cycle tho
   
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10-21-2014, 11:53 PM

What did your last 2 cycles look like? And what was their timeline? Specificity helps for these matters. And have u run T3 or T4 before?


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First few months of the year I ran test and tren a. Then during the summer I ran test, tren E, EQ, winny and car. Yes during the last cycle I used a little clean and t3. I've been completely off everything for about 2 to 2 & a half months.
The dr wants me to do an ultrasound of my thyroid to make sure there isn't any growths before she will treat me. I'm getting it done but I know it's because of the stuff I've been on.
I just want to know what caused it so I can avoid it in the future and if there is a way I can fix it on my own.
   
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10-23-2014, 12:57 AM

Well, T3 causes the thyroid to stop natural production. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the thyroid recovers pretty quickly from being shut down, though. I wouldn't sweat it too much, you've prolly just got a touch of cancer or something.


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Well, T3 causes the thyroid to stop natural production. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the thyroid recovers pretty quickly from being shut down, though. I wouldn't sweat it too much, you've prolly just got a touch of cancer or something.

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A joke. Using a serious life threatening disease to underscore that he's being melodramatic about something that is probably not a major concern.


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