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    kidney

    When I was born my kidney never developed into two. Therefore i only have one. Is this going to be a problem if I plan on running 1-13 test E 500 mgs wk, 1-12 eq 500 mgs wkly, with proper pct? Thanks

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    and, youve been running a high protein diet for how long without kidney problems?

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    Man you need a doc for this one, seriously. No one here could dare answer that one.

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    I actually just started looking into it. I know nothing about it. The messed up thing is that i just found out recently after the hospital did a catscan from a car accident. The doc was like " oh by the way did you know you only have one kidney?" Its not that im having kidney problems, its totally healthy, i only have one.

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    Man im laughing inside but that sounds really scary....

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    Because of that you would need blood levels checked regularly and be supervised by a doc. If that one failed you'd be up the creek. My bet would be to just go to the doc and tell him what you found out and you want it all tested cholesterol, test, you name it. It could be that you may need HRT anyway. If not it is at least a good reason to get levels checked often, but the doc will see it in the test levels if you do a cycle. Get expert advice on this one.

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    yup not touching this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToughGuy13
    Man im laughing inside but that sounds really scary....
    Yeah I was like WTF, as i was strapped down from a neck injury. The doc said its not uncommon. When babies are in the womb they have one kidney, then when born it develops into two, dont quote me but its somewhere along those lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1victor
    Because of that you would need blood levels checked regularly and be supervised by a doc. If that one failed you'd be up the creek. My bet would be to just go to the doc and tell him what you found out and you want it all tested cholesterol, test, you name it. It could be that you may need HRT anyway. If not it is at least a good reason to get levels checked often, but the doc will see it in the test levels if you do a cycle. Get expert advice on this one.
    Ill do that thanks guys

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    yea, get expert advice. Having blood test like BUN (blood urea nitrogen) will be your first priority I would suspect. The results evaluate kidney function. With a bodybuilding diet ie. high protein it can raise the BUN levels because red meat has creatinine which the test is based on.. Get more than one opionion too.. good luck

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