Tren and increased Potassium levels?
Tren and increased Potassium levels?
I swear i read the other day tren causes higher levels of potassium which goes hand in hand with kidney failure. I was wondering if one was taking advanced cycle support would that help? Also is there a way to keep your potassium levels semi low? Anyone have any experience with increased levels on tren?
Good question. We all know potassium levels are CRITICAL to well-being and survival for that matter.
i though it was one of the sign to let you know that your kidney is failing , was the high potassium. too bad there can not be more studies on anabolics so we can know for sure. instead of guessing
here is some lab work at 21 week and week 47 on 700mg of tren ace a week
Blood Test Results after 21 weeks of finaSUpps: Running 250mg Test, 100mg fina ED, 25mcgs T3/day.
R-alpha lipoic acid, NAC, and 4 weeks on/4 weeks off spurts of Tylers was used while on as well.
AST(SGOT) 72 Normal Range: 2-50
ALT(SGPT) 78 Normal Range: 2-60
ALK(Phos) 59 Normal Range: 20-125
Albumin: 5.2 Normal Range: 3.7 - 5.1
T4, Total: 5.0 Range: 4.5-12.5
T3, up-take: 47% Normal: 27.8-40.7
T4, Free(Calculated): 2.4 Normal: 1.6-3.7
T4, Free(Non-dyalisis): 2.1 Normal: 0.8-1.5
TSH: 1.8 Normal 0.4-5.5
BUN: 19 Normal: 7-25
Creatinine: 1.3 Normal: 0.5-1.4
BUN/Cr Ratio: 14.6 Normal: 6-25
Blood test results for Week 47:
Supps: Running 250mg Test, 100mg fina ED, 50mcgs T3/day.
R-alpha lipoic acid, NAC, and 4 weeks on/4 weeks off spurts of Tylers was used while on as well. AS well as as lots and lots of garlic.
Thia time I included a lipid/chol panel.
Results should be in in 5 days. stay tuned.
Was using 50mcg T3 and 100mg fina ED and 250-300mg Tes/ED Plus liquidex.
AST(SGOT) 42 U/L (Range 2 - 50)
ALT(SGPT) 38 U/L (Range 2- 60)
ALK PHOSP 45 U/L (Range 20 - 125)
ToT. Bili 0.9 (MG/DL) (Range 0.2 -1 .5)
Tot. Prot 7.6 (G/DL) (Range 6.0-8.3)
Albumin 5.3 *(G/DL) (Range 3.7 - 5.1)
Globulin 2.4 (G/DL) (Range 2.2 4.2)
A/G Ratio 2.2 *(0.8 -2.0)
Glucose: 75 (Normal 65-109)mg/dl
BUN: 18 (Normal 7-25)mg/dl
Creatinine: 1.1 (Normal 0.5-1.4)mg/dl
BUN/CR = 16.4 (Normal 6-25) Cholesterol and Lipids:
Cholesterol(Total): 226 mg/dl Normal < 200
Triglycerides(Total): 87 Normal <150
HDL: 10 mg/dl
LDL/HDL = 19.9:1
Chol/LDL Ratio = 22.6 (Normal 0-5)
T3, Total............................................ 78 ng/dl (Normal 60-181)
TSH----------------------------------------- 1.1 uiU/ml (Normal 0.4-5.5)
the kidneys are fine, but i dont know if his potassium levels were high..
sorry if i misread, but did you just say you have or had been running tren for 47+ weeks??? at 700/week???
edit: saw "his" when i re-read... who the fuck did that?? and where is he buried??
haha it was a guy on elitefitness..i found his lab work a while ago and decided to save it ha..but ya he isnt dead lol..i mean his lipids and cholesterol are jacked up but other than that..atleast what he tested for, his results arent tooo bad..
i just wish he had his potassium levels measured lol
Looks about par for the course. After blasting continuously (injectables and orals) from November 2010 thru July 2011 my HDL was a mere lowly 8.0 and LDL was 198. Thyroid levels were also whacked - T3 >50H and T4 2.8L (as opposed to normal 4.5 - 12.0 mcg/dL. Liver values not too too bad: AST 61 (normal 10-40) and ALT was 67 (normal 9-60). Potassium was 4.4 mmol (normal is 3.5 - 5.3 mmol). Was on Tren (among other compounds) from May thru July.
Total Test was 2,206 ng/dL. Overall, Cholesterol and Thyroid are biggest concern in my case; hence the long break from orals I am taking.
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