How is everyone liking the M14ADD?
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hey guys. im on my 2nd week of m1t, and am really disliking it and its side effects. i had planned to do another 2 week cycle after 2 weeks off, but would like to do m14add instead. do you guys think this would be a good/bad idea?
01-29-2004, 11:07 AM
from what i have been hearing in feedback, that might be a good idea for people that loathe the side effects of m1tOriginally Posted by ke0ki
01-29-2004, 11:07 AM
It should be fine, once you complete some PCT. I would have nolva on hand. And stack it with a aromitizing compound.
That is from my experiance with the product.
01-29-2004, 11:23 AM
thanks guys. i will stack it with a transdermal 4ad. a couple of questions:
i know 4ad takes awhile to kick in. would it be beneficial to do a m14add / 4ad 2 week cycle? or should i extend it to 4 weeks?
what brand of transdermal 4ad do you guys recommend?
appreciate the replies.
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01-29-2004, 01:49 PM
Originally Posted by ke0ki
That would be great, I beleave M1T is a lot more toxic then dbol and that what turns me off to that compound.
01-29-2004, 10:58 PM
M1T does seems to be more toxic then dbol, i have a couple guys doing some blood work on m14add, so hoepfully in a couple weeks we will be able to compare.
01-29-2004, 11:24 PM
I used to think that blood work would provide the necessary information and then learned that blood work may not tell the whole story. Check out Bobo's comments here (link).Originally Posted by Designer Supps
01-30-2004, 02:39 PM
which is true, they dont tell everything, but it is a good place to start and is better then not doing them at all. but if we now enzyme level gets raised X amount while on M1T and then dont get raised as much when on other compounds then at least we know it dosent effect them to that degree. And having higher enzyme levels for extended periods of time does effect liver function.
01-30-2004, 03:07 PM
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01-30-2004, 03:33 PM
im asking because im finishing up my first 2 week m1t cycle. i was very unhappy with it and want to do m14add for my 2nd cycle. i have 2 weeks of pct that start on monday, so will the tabs be ready 3 mondays from now (feb 16)? and will they be cheaper than in liquid form? i did not buy the liquid because it was rather expensive.
01-30-2004, 06:18 PM
yes they will be ready by then and yes they will be cheaper. I will probably do a presale this weekend and offer a discount on them. so if you havent signed up for a newsletter do so, this way you will be the first to see the sale.
01-30-2004, 06:41 PM
Not to get off topic again, but I would just like to say that I'm glad bellicose is gone. He should have been banned long ago. Thats all I have to say about that
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01-30-2004, 11:58 PM
I'm not so sure thats true. I've found a couple studies that show enzyme levels can be within the normal range (or show normal liver function) but damage is still occuring. On the contrary some levels are much higher than normal but do not show damage when an ultrasonograph is used. So comparing the rise in enzmye levels of different compunds could actually mean nothing. I'm still searching for diagnosis information. From most of ths studies done on AAS induced liver problems (or possible problems) that have been done in the last 10 years, US and CT tests are the norm because of these problems.Originally Posted by Designer Supps
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