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How long do you guys stay off anabolics prior to you’re regular blood tests?
 

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At least 4 weeks prior to testing, but to be safe 6 weeks is even better. I self tested my lipids on Discountedlabs.com 4 weeks after a cycle and my lipids still weren’t completely back to normal.
 

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At least 4 weeks prior to testing, but to be safe 6 weeks is even better. I self tested my lipids on Discountedlabs.com 4 weeks after a cycle and my lipids still weren’t completely back to normal.
Yeah that’s my exact concern....I’ve always had a little trouble with my lipids. After several years of taking krill and niacin, the ratios have actually been improving tho. Doc just recently raised my trt dose so I’ll probably hold off 6 weeks for this next test.
 
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Yeah that’s my exact concern....I’ve always had a little trouble with my lipids. After several years of taking krill and niacin, the ratios have actually been improving tho. Doc just recently raised my trt dose so I’ll probably hold off 6 weeks for this next test.
Don't you run support supps while on cycle.? And in your pct. ? I've always used support supps on and off. You can find all in one support supps cheap. Will definitely help get ya back to normal.
 
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Sorry if this question is not directly related to OP, but I was wondering if I should occasionally run any support supps now that I'm on a full blown trt regimen including hcg and anastrozole, along with Cl orange tried and oximega as I have been for years. But for example something like tudca, arimacare, organ defender, etc. just didn't know if this was a a common practice. Haven't run a ph/aas cycle in over 5 years, and even then it was like epistane or halodrol a couple of times. Just wondering if running some sort of organ support is something I should occasionally do now.
 
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Sorry if this question is not directly related to OP, but I was wondering if I should occasionally run any support supps now that I'm on a full blown trt regimen including hcg and anastrozole, along with Cl orange tried and oximega as I have been for years. But for example something like tudca, arimacare, organ defender, etc. just didn't know if this was a a common practice. Haven't run a ph/aas cycle in over 5 years, and even then it was like epistane or halodrol a couple of times. Just wondering if running some sort of organ support is something I should occasionally do now.
never a bad idea to run cycle support every now and then. i am 61 and on a simple trt of just 100mg test cyp weekly, if i were on all the stuff you are on i would definately run support supps even if just occassionally...
 
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never a bad idea to run cycle support every now and then. i am 61 and on a simple trt of just 100mg test cyp weekly, if i were on all the stuff you are on i would definately run support supps even if just occassionally...
Thanks, I meant to ask my doc last time we talked. Just wanna make sure I'm taking care of things to prevent future issues.
 

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