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    Posted in 35 and over section, got no response. What's my liver effect with this mix


    TRT:
    200mg test once per week
    250 HCG twice per week
    .5mg anastrozole twice per week

    Thyroid:
    1 armor thyroid (30mg) per day
    1 levothyroxine (50mcg) per day

    Supplements:
    6.5g creatine daily
    USP Labs Jack3d daily before workouts (1.5g creatine of the 6.5 listed above)
    ZMA before bed

    OTC:
    2 Glucosamine/Chondroitin/MSM daily
    2 Centrum Multi daily
    4000 iu Vitamin D3 daily
    2 naproxen sodium (Aleve)
    Typically a couple aspirin before bed (Seems to help me sleep and ignore aches)

    Considering adding:
    PES Erase Pro
    DAA
    Maybe adding Tribulus back to the mix

    I don't know if anything in here other than the aspirin and creatine is something that could be attacking the liver or not. I did show somewhat low liver functionality early last year (5g of creatine daily) but that was before the D3 supplement.

    I've been on the TRT dosage for about 6 weeks now, and wasn't exactly super low on the test beforehand. Think it's time for a blood test to check levels or is what I'm doing not too far out?
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    Split the 200mg into two a week

    DAA and Tribulus are pointless since you are on exogenous testosterone

    Nothing should be hurting your liver in there. Only methylated (oral) steroids hurt your liver
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    Oh and Erase is also useless as you are already taking a pharmaceutical grade AI
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    OK, thanks. I'll not waste those and keep them for an exit strategy should my prescription ever not be an option.
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    Its screamining for help....You are depleting your glutathione to nothing which is going to cause a whole host of other issues down the road. Your kidneys will be starting to scream soon as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    Its screamining for help....You are depleting your glutathione to nothing which is going to cause a whole host of other issues down the road. Your kidneys will be starting to scream soon as well.
    Details? And what is doing it, my prescribed TRT or the creatine?
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    Nsaids are
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    Well, the Aleve really help with some tennis elbow/tendonitis.

    The aspirin then? I suppose I can leave that out. Just seems like it lowers my blood pressure a bit (I have to workout late, pretty much right before bed) and helps me fall asleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbrooks View Post
    Well, the Aleve really help with some tennis elbow/tendonitis.

    The aspirin then? I suppose I can leave that out. Just seems like it lowers my blood pressure a bit (I have to workout late, pretty much right before bed) and helps me fall asleep.
    Unless it being prescribed by a Dr, I would reduce it need to do research on liver pathways and those 2 drugs it will wake one up big time
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    Aspirin and aleve can decrease muscle tone, adds to liver stress.
  

  
 

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