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A_bombs And Eq - 05-11-2005, 01:59 PM

I thought a-boms bulks you well any ways it may be the eq but im gettn swole but its like my skin is bein pulld tight instead of water weight?
   
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whats your cycle??? abombs are prolly the most effect oral steroid there is.....tons of mass and strength......everyone says you lose a ton of mass and strength once you stop.......i lost maybe 5 lbs of weight, but my strength stayed the same......hopefully you're running both with some form of test......
   
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I thought a-boms bulks you well any ways it may be the eq but im gettn swole but its like my skin is bein pulld tight instead of water weight?
Stand back! He's gonna blow!!!
It's the both.Add Test to da mix.


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i always thought drols and eq together was a bad idea due to the excessive RBC production. maybe i'm wrong.

i'm w/ everybody else, whats your cycle look like?
   
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Almost ALL AAS raise RBC.And definitely MCV meancell volumeMinehas never been outta hand.knock on wood.
I'll run a 500TestE only sometimes. w/75drol ED.
I combine 550andropen
400eq
75mG anadrol.all is fine w/labs
WES A-BOMBS TALKIN TO YOO.


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MCV = Mean Corpuscular Volume
   
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MCV = Mean Corpuscular Volume
Sorry Masta,no it doesn't.
somebody been pullin' your corpuscle.
Dont beleive anything ya hear and only half of what you read.
MCV=Mean Cell Volume.
I've spent,well I owe (I dont wanna say how much) to know that SIMPLE
medical fact.


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U sure you're in med school Kell??
   
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MCV refers to the size of the RBC which makes you think it would stand for cell, but it's actually corpuscular
   
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http://www.labtestsonline.org/unders.../cbc/test.html

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Ya Kell, I was depressed to find out how much I owe in school loans the other day.
   
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U sure you're in med school Kell??
I'm sure...Corpusculum,Corpuscle is any minute body or cell Red and White blood cells or certain types of nerve endings.in short any blood cell is a corpuscle.
MCV= mean cell volume is a ratio of the two.
So..actually to call it mean corpuscular volume is not wrong.
theyre both referring to blood cells...OOOOO.KKKKKK.?

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I'm sure...Corpusculum,Corpuscle is any minute body or cell Red and White blood cells or certain types of nerve endings.in short any blood cell is a corpuscle.
MCV= mean cell volume is a ratio of the two.
So..actually to call it mean corpuscular volume is not wrong.
theyre both referring to blood cells...OOOOO.KKKKKK.?
Uh...yeah what he said
   
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Uh...yeah what he said
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YOU posted 5 times while I was typing my reply.labtestsonline?...Ive heard of this. I gotta go look at it.


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MCV only measures RBC volume and not WBC volume. Anyway, i'm out for some cardio.
   
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It really doesn't matter at all. There are always a billion different names for the same thing in the medical world. I've just never heard it called mean cell volume before.
   
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MCV only measures RBC volume and not WBC volume. Anyway, i'm out for some cardio.
correct,in spite of my earlier typo.
WBC are paneled ind. to indicate infection.


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It really doesn't matter at all. There are always a billion different names for the same thing in the medical world. I've just never heard it called mean cell volume before.
That is nooo sheet.!


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That is nooo sheet.!
haha. ya, they don't intend to make it easy on ya. im off for cardio 4 real now. take care.
   
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