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Blood Test Results... - 01-27-2014, 12:11 PM

Got these done last week.

Im 24...not proper pct'ed in a good while...or run hcg ( just being honest)

This was on JUST tren and mast...and had been on 50mg var 6days prior to tests.

This is all i could get tested for free....docs near me in UK are so tight!

When i next get them done end of year ill go private and get everything done.

Look forward to feedback.

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01-28-2014, 05:13 AM

can you post a link to your thread on pre cycle bloodwork so we have something to compare it to?
   
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It's the first bloodwork I've had in about a year mate tbh
   
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01-28-2014, 08:22 AM

hematocrit seems a little high, were you dehydrated at all when your labs were pulled?
   
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hematocrit seems a little high, were you dehydrated at all when your labs were pulled?
Was taken first thing....literally woke up and had my blood done 30mins later so possibly...
   
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01-28-2014, 01:34 PM

Yea probably the case
I'd get those test levels up as well
Why aren't you using any test?
   
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6.8 ng/l is 68 for us Americans- I've seen worse but yeah run maybe 150mg Test/week if you're trying to stay within the normal range
   
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01-28-2014, 03:41 PM

I just wasn't running any at the time or hcg.
Got it in now though.
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not a problem, glad its in check now
   
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6.8 ng/l is 68 for us Americans- I've seen worse but yeah run maybe 150mg Test/week if you're trying to stay within the normal range
even 100mg would most likely do
   
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