because TRN and TST are only 2mg/cap would they be harder to detect in urine?

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    because TRN and TST are only 2mg/cap would they be harder to detect in urine?


    because TRN and TST are only 2mg/cap would they be harder to detect in urine? they supposedly are very strong at low concentration because they have a low affinity for shbg. would there be a lower concentration of steroid metabolites say, 4 weeks after discontinuance, versus anadrol where the dosage is 50-100mg? would this mean that methoxy-tst and methoxy-trn would be harder to test vs. other oral steroids when testing is performed the same #weeks after discontinuance?

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    Given the very limited amount of information on these products it is very hard to determine the length of detectability as we as of yet do not even know their active metabolites
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjargson
    because TRN and TST are only 2mg/cap would they be harder to detect in urine? they supposedly are very strong at low concentration because they have a low affinity for shbg. would there be a lower concentration of steroid metabolites say, 4 weeks after discontinuance, versus anadrol where the dosage is 50-100mg? would this mean that methoxy-tst and methoxy-trn would be harder to test vs. other oral steroids when testing is performed the same #weeks after discontinuance?
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    Product dosage has nothing to do with testing if they are testing for test levels.

    Just because the dose is 2mg(for this example) has nothing to do with the average dose of anadrol etc. If at 2mg it gives comparable results.

    Now my opinion is that 2mg of TRN will not give you enough of a raise in test levels to trigger any testing. And it depends on what you're getting tested for, I guess. And your base test levels to begin with. A lot of variables i believe. Just is just my opinion. people with more science behind their reasoning will give a better insight and proper answer.
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    so the way a steroid test works is they basically test for molecules resembling testosterone?

    how do they do this?

    i have some background in biology and understand the basis for mass spec and other types of chromatography so perhaps someone can explain how a steroid test works?
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