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    asgeorgiev is offline New Member
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    First cycle blood work - is this enough?

    Hello,

    27 yo male, first cycle - Sust250 300 mg for 10 weeks (2x150mg/wk)

    Here is the pre-cycle bw I plan on getting. Would this be sufficient and if not what would you recommend to add to it?


    WBC
    RBC
    Hematocrit
    Neu
    Neu%
    Ba
    Ba%
    Eo
    Eo%
    Monocytes
    Monocytes%
    Lymphocytes
    Hemoglobin
    MCV
    MCH
    MCHC
    RDW
    Platelets
    MPV
    PDW
    PCT

    Sedimentation rate of erythrocytes (ESR).
    Urine general chemical investigation
    Microscopic Examination of Urine Sediment
    Glucose
    Cholesterol (Total cholesterol)
    HDL- cholesterol
    LDL- cholesterol
    Triglycerides
    Total bilirubin
    Direct bilirubin
    Blood urea nitrogen (BUN)
    Uric acid
    Creatinine
    Total Protein
    Albumin
    ASAT/GOT
    ALAT/GPT
    GGT
    АLP
    Potassium
    Calcium
    Sodium
    Inorganic phosphorus
    Iron

    LH
    FSH
    Prolactin
    Estradiol
    Testosterone , total
    SHBG

    Will not test Free test, as it can be calculated based on the albumin, SHBG and Total test. Also should I get blood work for the thyroid hormones(fT3, fT4, TSH)?

    Thanks in advance and regards.
    Last edited by asgeorgiev; 10-03-2017 at 09:56 AM.

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    It's fine but why not take a look at the Successful First Cycle thread at the top of the AAS Q & A Forum and follow that? It lays everything out for you.
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    asgeorgiev is offline New Member
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    Hi kelkel,

    I have used this thread as a reference, but the blood work suggested there is said to cover the absolute minimum, I want to make sure that I am not skipping anything important as I understand how vital it would be to have a good bw base in case something goes wrong. So that being taken into consideration do you think this is sufficient, and should I also get the thyroid hormones checked for a test only cycle?

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    If insurance covers it then go for it. A thyroid panel consisting of TSH, FT3, FT4, RT3 and Antibodies is great. As would be a cholesterol panel.
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