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    Liquidex and lower back pain?






    I started my cycle on the 13th of this month. Test E every mon/thursday at 400/week, and .25 ED of liquidex. Yesterday I noticed my lower back was in pain alittle while after taking liquidex. Just wondering if anyone else has had these issues? What I could do to stop it? (beside getting off liquidex). Pain is up there, I would say 7/10. Can't even do cardio. I didn't lift the wrong way or sleep on it wrong. Never really felt this before. I did find this article and seem interesting. Any feedback would be any help!

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    Could be lower back pumps? Try taking 5-10g of taurine split up daily.

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    You well hydrated? I get worst back pumps when i dont drink enough water.

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    I don't think there's any coarilation between the 2.

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    Why .25 ed? At 400mg test a week, .25 eod should be enough. Check your bloods in a few weeks. I get lower back cramps also, usually while hiking. Just have to work through it.

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    Make sure your drinking enough water and add in the taurine. Works for me.

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    Id think its more from the t than the dex. Like others said lower back pumps more so than pain caused from an ai. Not saying it couldnt be but I cant make the connection and have never experienced it even when i got my e2 levels to low trying letro.








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    Quote Originally Posted by ripped103 View Post
    I don't think there's any coarilation between the 2.
    Think on your own dime

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    Kidding man

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    Thanks for all the feedback. Will try the Taurine. Also will drink more water. Am at a gallon daily now. Will bump it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmyinkedup View Post
    Id think its more from the t than the dex. Like others said lower back pumps more so than pain caused from an ai. Not saying it couldnt be but I cant make the connection and have never experienced it even when i got my e2 levels to low trying letro.
    Think bad test?

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