blood test result and why is my test so low?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by supersoldier
    You're liver values aren't really that high. They will increase while on methyls, as well as other AAS. If they were still high say 4-6 weeks post cycle then you might have something to worry about.
    Wrong. Elevated enzymes do NOT tell you the whole story. In fact they don't even tell a small percentage of the story. Damage can be caused even though enzyme levels are low, such as hepatic tumors. Blood tests will NOT show this. Mehtylated substances increase the risk of these things happening drastically. Its good that people are taking blood tests but it really isn't telling you anything. Its telling you your liver is working harder than it normally is but in no way does this show damage (if its occurred). Stress on the lvier can easily cause problems with other internal organs withouth even effecting your liver so relying on enzyme levels is pointless. Thats just showing you something that is already known. Methylated substances stress the liver. Blood test are a good way to monitor blood levels but just because they return to normal doesn't mean damage hasn't occurred. Be safe people.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by badbart
    Isn't he still on cycle, if not I miss read.

    I thought he finished. If not then my mistake and please forgive ME not reading correctly. Hey, it happens
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    Wrong. Elevated enzymes do NOT tell you the whole story. In fact they don't even tell a small percentage of the story. Damage can be caused even though enzyme levels are low, such as hepatic tumors. Blood tests will NOT show this. Mehtylated substances increase the risk of these things happening drastically. Its good that people are taking blood tests but it really isn't telling you anything. Its telling you your liver is working harder than it normally is but in no way does this show damage (if its occurred). Stress on the lvier can easily cause problems with other internal organs withouth even effecting your liver so relying on enzyme levels is pointless. Thats just showing you something that is already known. Methylated substances stress the liver. Blood test are a good way to monitor blood levels but just because they return to normal doesn't mean damage hasn't occurred. Be safe people.
    If your wondering, this was the case with Anadrol. Levels showed normal liver functions even though hepatic tumors formed, hence the use of Anadrol was discontinued for anemia patients.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    If your wondering, this was the case with Anadrol. Levels showed normal liver functions even though hepatic tumors formed, hence the use of Anadrol was discontinued for anemia patients.
    Scary, this is why I haven't run any Mehtylated steriods yet. I'd much rather pin it then ruin my liver.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    I thought he finished. If not then my mistake and please forgive ME not reading correctly. Hey, it happens

    Why do you think his test is low if he's running 4-AD?
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  6. Well in all fairness it was used very long peroids of time but the dosages were far less (usually 20-30mg/day), so there is concern. I tihnk the moral of the story is, don't rely on enzyme levels to tell the whole story.
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  7. 4AD will shut you down all by itself, there aren't any exogenous hormones that won't, no matter how slight or intense, they all shut you down, it's just your body trying to maintain some form of homeostasis.

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  8. Quote Originally Posted by ManBeast
    4AD will shut you down all by itself, there aren't any exogenous hormones that won't, no matter how slight or intense, they all shut you down, it's just your body trying to maintain some form of homeostasis.

    ManBeast
    We're wondering why his testosterone is low while ON 4ad, since 4ad should convert to testosterone in the body. The instruments that test total testoterone will pick up all testosterone whether endogenous or exogenous.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by supersoldier
    We're wondering why his testosterone is low while ON 4ad, since 4ad should convert to testosterone in the body. The instruments that test total testoterone will pick up all testosterone whether endogenous or exogenous.
    I think several of us, myself included, thought he was post cycle based on the way WATERLOGGED phrased his first post. Anyway, although I am no prohormone expert, I recall that the worst way to take 4-AD is orally. (It was oral 4-AD, wasn't it?) There may have been very little conversion.

  10. I definitely think it's because of oral dosing as well. ALL ORALS ARE CRAP, unless they're methylated, IMO. Sorry for you fans of 1,4 Andro That being said, not all methylated hormones are da BoMb ShIZniT either .
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