Always. A lot lately.
How many of us here actually get bloods done??
Like the title says:
I'm actually pondering on how many members here in the community actually get bloods done,before,during and after a cycle...
I put together a thread in regards to the significance behind getting bloods done,the exact reasons, and factors.. I heard little feedback,some but little, and this left me questioning on if people use recklessly,frivolously or responsibly..Let's hear on who actually does a follow up with their their Endo's,or local lab-corps..
I ask this for a few reasons..
[B]1) People spend hundreds, or even thousands of dollars on gear/sauce/cycling/blasting/cruising or even TRT..what ever you wish to call it..Yet many don't consider dumping an addition 50$ on some blood work! It's only 50$ people!
2) This could ultimately pin point on issues, or potential issues ahead with hormonal levels..
3) It's essential on seeing not only if your gear is legit but where your E2/E1 and Test/total and serum is at,but also seeing if/when your PCT has worked or not!
4) It provides and overall blueprint/map of where your at!
(Thread about properly checking liver/bloods)
Last edited by theCaptn'; 12-28-2013 at 10:21 PM.
Always. A lot lately.
Good brother...its a must...with out is like growing in the dark..you need to see where your at
That and it's dangerous to not know what happening inside your body.
The entire endocrine system can take time to show effects that fluctuations are taking effect, and by the time one trys to correct the issue it may take even longer to do so... Bloods people, get your blood work done
I do sometimes during cycles to test if my gear is legit and see where my estro is but not usually after even though I should start.
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I do but not as much as I should
I got bloods done today. Im worried about my rbc and hematocrit levels.
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Alwyas 4 weeks before a cycle 4-5 weeks in a cycle towards the end of my cycle and a month after pct luckily my doctor is Asian and cool as hell
Couple times a year unless I'm having a specific problem
Once a year for the past two years about a month off gear . I need to get it done more often .
Last edited by prop01; 12-28-2013 at 11:37 PM. Reason: Typo
i do it few times a year!!!! always before cycle to see if i can do it..also after cycle to see how bad is it,etc..
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3-4 times a year..should be more often...
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That's all man, just go visit your local vampire and give a pint..As we know, all AAS will raise RBC levels, I just asked in regards to those compounds because there notorious for raising levels above any other AAS...
I get them checked regularly every 4 months for trt and before, midway through and after cycles to make sure everything's good to go. My endo was a childhood acquaintance and his father was my primary for as long as I could remember and did my trt up until he retired and referred me to his son who is an endo. He knows my cycle history and monitors me. He taught me a lot about how aas effects the body in various ways and what to look for. Because I cycle he suggested I come in every 4 months instead of 6 to do check ups and he wanted to monitor my cycles with me to not only help me but also learn more about what and how different aas work in the body and what the affect differently from each other. It's one thing to read and learn in college and another to see the actual various compounds working in a subject. Apparently they don't teach you everything about all the compounds and actually have test subjects taking tren, deca, eq and other forms of aas besides testosterone.
I'll try to get blood work done prior to starting a cycle, during it, and after it ends. Lately I've been getting it done once a month (the doctor filled out a requisition form that lets me go in that often so why not, it's free).
I donate and get labs done a few times a year
My doc and I get our blood done together, since we both train and lead similar lifestyles. Kinda cool...
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