Which AAS/PH is easiest on BP and Lipids?

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    Which AAS/PH is easiest on BP and Lipids?


    Does anyone know which AAS/PH is considered to be the least detrimental to your blood pressure (BP) and lipid profile? I know that they all affect BP and lipids to some degree, but which ones impact the user "the least" based on your knowledge, lab tests, and experience??

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    Oral or injectables?
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    Either one. If I decided to start back with AAS/PH and was concerned about those profiles what's my best bet??
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    Non methyls
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    I'm gonna say Primo but I have no scientific evidence to back this up
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    I would stay away from anything that aromatizes, and methyls. Although I imagine chloro would be light on the sides. Really though you got to ask yourself is it really worth it.

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    Var.
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    i have read that var is bad for lipids, especially since it's usually run for longer than most orals

    i am inclined to mention aas like primo and deca but i dont know for sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnrealMachine View Post
    i have read that var is bad for lipids, especially since it's usually run for longer than most orals
    20mg of anavar ED for 12 weeks caused mean serum HDL reduction of 30%. HDL values were suppressed 33% in the 40mg group, and 50% in the 80mg group. This was accompanied by a statistically significant increase in LDL values (approx 30-33%) in the 40mg and 80mg groups.

    longer than 12 weeks?
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    well not to be argumentative but even with those dose/durations considered, a 50% hit to HDL precludes var from consideration as a steroid "easiest" on lipids.
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    Test is the easiest on lipids according to anabolics 9th edition if i read it right.
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    Testosterone is pretty forgiving imo
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    the above on test is correct. but I personally think you should stay away from aas, at least, for a few years.
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    Problem with test is the bp issues you get from the water retention. I agree with jbryan

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