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    Problem with cycle.....possible loss of muscle.

    Well bros,
    im about to finish up my cycle but I have one major problem. For the past week or so, I have not been eating that well. My appetite has gone through the floor and I cannot seem to get back on track. In other words, i have not been getting more than say 2000-3000 calories a day. It's becoming tougher and tougher to eat. To top it off, I also have not been able to work out because my joints in my elbows are in excruciating pain. Here is the problem. I weighed myself this morning and I am about 6-7 lbs lighter from about 2 weeks ago. I can see and feel a difference in my arm size, because they seem to have gotten smaller. What I want to know is, is it possible to lose muscle while on a cycle or was what I lost water weight? My waist has gotten smaller, however, I dont know whether what I lost was muscle or water. Usually I am very good about my diet, and I have been consistent for the past 4-5 months or so. However, as of today, my hunger has decreased and I dont know what to do.

    someone help please

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    it is possible to lose weight but it would be harder to lose weight on a cycle rather than off. test is given to aids patients so that they're muscles won't atrophy from the virus. so what i think is that your stomach stretched out from gorging yourself and as soon as you slacked off it shrank back up. stretch that **** back out bro, now is the time you really need to be eating so that you'll maintain your hard earned muscle

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    and as for your training, just lighten the workload and only do what feels comfortable

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