Thread: nose bleeds?
03-05-2005, 01:27 PM #1Member
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hey guys i was wondering when the nose bleeds start if ur takin dbol ?(30mg ed)
03-05-2005, 05:12 PM #2
hopefully they wont. high blood presure usually causes it. my last cycle i only had wierd nose bleeds like twice, about 3 wks into the dbol at 25mg day, im at 50mg now a wk into it and havnt seen anything yet...exept for huge pumps
03-05-2005, 05:28 PM #3Originally Posted by niXon)(
03-05-2005, 05:58 PM #4
I take superdrol and I get non-stop nose bleeds
03-06-2005, 04:39 PM #5
I knew i shouldnt have said that, i rememberd reading a post about it and how it was a myth, but i still believe that has somthing to do with it...you have that thread loz?
03-06-2005, 04:46 PM #6Originally Posted by niXon)(
03-06-2005, 04:48 PM #7
Norfolk County Cardiologist Association
There is a very long and informative article to that link. However I am copy and pasting the sections on symptoms.
High blood pressure (hypertension) is generally a symptomless condition in which abnormally high pressure in the arteries increases the risk of problems such as stroke, aneurysm, heart failure, heart attack, and kidney damage.
To many people, the word hypertension suggests excessive tension, nervousness, or stress. In medical terms, however, hypertension refers to a condition of elevated blood pressure, regardless of the cause. It has been called "the silent killer" because it usually doesn't cause symptoms for many years--until a vital organ is damaged.
In most people, high blood pressure causes no symptoms, despite the coincidental occurrence of certain symptoms that are widely--but erroneously--believed to be associated with high blood pressure: headaches, nosebleeds, dizziness, flushed face, and tiredness. Although people with high blood pressure may have these symptoms, they occur just as frequently in those with normal blood pressure.
If a person has high blood pressure that's severe or long-standing and untreated, symptoms such as headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, restlessness, and blurred vision occur because of damage to the brain, eyes, heart, and kidneys. Occasionally, people with severe high blood pressure develop drowsiness and even coma caused by brain swelling. This condition, called hypertensive encephalopathy, requires emergency treatment.
03-06-2005, 06:41 PM #8
depends how hard you work out i remember doing a good fuken set of sqauts and my nose was gushing blood!! but other than that i would say dont worry too much about the nose bleeds they dont occur that often!!
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