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    sungam is offline New Member
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    diabetes questions

    If you have diabetes, what is the difference if you take aas when you have it? Is it still as "safe" as for a normal person? Do you need to be extra careful? is it risk for low bloodsugar, o does it get higher and you need to take more insuline? please i need fast answers

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    ok, firstly dont mess around with insulin , take the same as normal, no more/less is required.

    As to the AAS , yes it's safe, unless you go silly and decide to use 3000mgs test /wk then its dangerous but unrelated to diabetes:P

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    he dont wont to mess round with insuline but if the bloodsugar goes to high then i need to take more insuline to stop the blodsugar level.. so if i use 250-500mg test /wk at least 6-8 weeks that will not improve my diabetes?

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    it wont improve diabetes no

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    blood sugar levels will chage quite quickly, because of bodily changes.
    insulin doses must be changed for the good.
    lower blood sugar = more water retension and healthy.
    low is better than high!

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