Thread: what to ask the doctor?
05-19-2004, 05:27 PM #1
what to ask the doctor?
My searches turned up nothing for me on this so I thought I'd ask. I think this would be the best place for this post. What do you say to your doctor to get blood work done? Do you need a reason at all to get it covered by insurance? What should I ask him to test to make sure I'm back to normal after cycle? I know I should test free test for most accurate reading but I'm not sure what else. Thanks for the help. Anything else in relation that might help would be appreciated as well. Thanks guys.
05-19-2004, 07:58 PM #2
bump, any suggestions.
05-19-2004, 07:58 PM #3New Member
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BUMP - I'd like to know myself as I will soon meet up with my PCP.
05-19-2004, 09:29 PM #4
first lets define the role of bloodwork in relation to AAS.
you get your blood work done BEFORE cycle, then get it mid cycle, then get it AFTER PCT is completed. You are recoverd when you test levels are back to what they were BEFORE cycle.
you need a complete workup of lipids, testosterone , liver values, thyroid etc.
If you are under 21 then dont even mess with juice. you are still growing. If yo uare over 21 you can tell your doctor you want blood work because of genetic predisosition to any number of common things like heart disease kidney problems thyroid difunction.
Whther you can get blkoodwork at a young age just on requst depends on you plan and your doctor. However many hospitals have clinics where you can walk in and make an appt for cheap reliable bloodwork. If you are afraid or unable to get it from your doctor. Start calling al the hospitals in your area they will do it and it is pretty cheap. I get mine done for $20 at a local clinic.
Originally Posted by CoonII
05-20-2004, 11:12 PM #5Originally Posted by UrbanDawg
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