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moore_716 11-13-2009 10:40 PM

Blood Work 2 weeks into PCT
 
This is after a pretty harsh 6 week cycle of halodrol, tren, and superdrol

pct was organ shield, recycle, vitamins, and Nolva

some is hard to see, but you will def. notice the bad cholesterol, liver values and test profile

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f1...7Image0001.jpg

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f1...7Image0002.jpg

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f1...7Image0003.jpg

moore_716 11-13-2009 10:43 PM

crap I posted this in the wrong section. I someone wants to move it to the Ph forum's that would be great.

BendtheBar 11-13-2009 11:21 PM

I moved the thread.

And I have to admit, when you said 59, I thought maybe you had misread something. My mistake. Have you talked to a doctor about this level?

I would expect that 2 weeks into PCT, especially using nolva, that it would be much higher.

moore_716 11-13-2009 11:33 PM

I am hoping that it should start climbing on it sown about now. That stack tends to stay in your system for a while after you finish up. I will be starting Lg T-911 hopefully next week, This will last a month and that would put me at the very end of my cycle. I will go back in for blood work at that time. depending on what happens I will go from there.

BendtheBar 11-14-2009 07:58 AM

Before bed last night I was thinking about the same issue...the stack staying in your system. Wouldn't your test levels then be artificially still a tad higher then normal with residual PHs in your system?

beam 11-14-2009 08:13 AM

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Originally Posted by MuscleandBrawn (Post 10113)
Before bed last night I was thinking about the same issue...the stack staying in your system. Wouldn't your test levels then be artificially still a tad higher then normal with residual PHs in your system?

That's what I'm thinking. I'm not trying to ambush this thread but what's going to happen to my levels coming off you know what. Guess I'm going to get blood work done too.

BendtheBar 11-14-2009 08:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by beam (Post 10116)
That's what I'm thinking. I'm not trying to ambush this thread but what's going to happen to my levels coming off you know what. Guess I'm going to get blood work done too.

Thanks for the input beam...I am really worried that they're going to dip even more.

Regarding your test levels...ever get them checked at the dead end of your PCT?

beam 11-14-2009 10:23 AM

You guys were there for my very first cycle. :)

BendtheBar 11-14-2009 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by beam (Post 10127)
You guys were there for my very first cycle. :)

Sorry man. Brain lock. For some reason I was thinking you ran one cycle before this one.

moore_716 11-14-2009 11:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MuscleandBrawn (Post 10113)
Before bed last night I was thinking about the same issue...the stack staying in your system. Wouldn't your test levels then be artificially still a tad higher then normal with residual PHs in your system?

This makes sense, but think of it this way. On my last cycle I actually felt my system shut down. this was due to the fact that there was so much artificial test in my body that my hpta system stopped production. You are smarter than me on the subject but this is how it was explained to me.
"You are trying to fill an empty pond up with water using a garden hose. It works just fine. Somebody else hooks up a fire hose from a different source and also starts pouring water into the pond. In fact they are dumping shitloads of water in there. So much so that you really don't see the need for your garden hose and turn it off. Now your pond is still getting lots of water, but you are no longer adding to it. When the fire hose is shut off suddenly there is no water going in the pond. Now we have to get the garden hose working again in order to keep the pond filling up."


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