Yeah probably wouldn’t go silly on dosages of k2 but supplementing with reasonable amounts has been show to not effect your normal coagulation homeostatic function.
Its benefits of reducing arterial calcification risk far outweigh concerns...
Since when are there universal rules for abusing androgens lol?
Everyone is different, its a trial and error thing how cycles should be structured. Hence why its generally recommended to do test only for first rodeos.
Come on guys, think about this poor fellas BP spiking higher before hurting his feels with accurate advice that he doesn’t want to hear.
Btw OP, the redness and swelling sounds an awful lot like you are reacting to the carriers of your gear…maybe drop the tren and get a different...
AR’s are found in many different areas of your body. Like a serm, a Sarm is supposed to be selective in the tissue/organ which they express activity.
No that any really do a great job of being selective towards skeletal muscle yet.
You know what can also substantially impact spermatogenesis and steroidogenesis? Catching Covid.
Anecdotally my total t levels were 40% lower then my baseline 2.5 months post recovery…as well as significantly lower sperm count.
No hcg is not suppressing your testosterone, it is significantly more potent and longer acting than Lh and substantially increases ITT even at low doses.
An optimal pct method should be using hcg until testicular function returns to a point where serum testosterone is in normal range.
It can be many different things ranging from transitory impact from intense training, an infection through to more serious autoimmune or other types of diseases.
I have recently seen a few friends bloods shortly after covid showing similar skewing between wbc and tsh levels.
It is definitely...
You need to follow up on that TSH, its extremely high, potentially Hasimoto’s thyroiditis.
Even with normal t3 levels it can be having a profound impact on well being.
WBC being low as well should be looked into.