Thread: quick question
10-17-2005, 06:55 PM #1Associate Member
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What is the reason(s) that you would do a test cycle for only 12 weeks as opposed, to say, 20 weeks? Sides?Liver?....I just dont understand why 10-12 is the "magic #". Thanks for any answers
10-17-2005, 07:03 PM #2
running roids for more than 3 monthes is not safe so if u wanna rescue so it`s ur health besides this period is enough 2 c results from test
10-17-2005, 07:05 PM #3AR's Midget Beater
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It's the recommended length. It doesn't mean you can't run them longer, but the longer you run them the harder it is to bounce back when you're done so they say. Some people have a more difficult time with PCT if running longer cycles. I've never had any problems and i've ran a cycle up to 20 weeks. I usually keep them between 14-16.
10-17-2005, 07:09 PM #4
I have had much better results with a 20 weeker than a 12. I will never run less than 20 again.
10-17-2005, 07:09 PM #5
1.) after 10-12 weeks your receptors are saturated with the drugs and further gains are impossible unless you a.) increase the weekly dosages, b.) take and equal amount of time off that you've been on
2.) the side effects have been proven to outweigh the gains after 8-12 weeks (more acne, more balding, more liver damage, higher risk for prostate hypertrophy, gyno and so on.
3.) The longer you stay on and the more you take the more you are suppressing your hpta which could result in a.) permanent testosterone replacement therapy (just like Flex Wheeler) b.) loss of erection for 3-5 months (this one really really really sucks)
So if these are not good enough reasons then all I can say is good luck. Please feel to ask more ?'s. Later.
10-17-2005, 07:12 PM #6Originally Posted by inspector_injector
10-12 is only the magic number for some. and this is entirely dependant upon your personal goals. like zapp said, 20 weekers work just as well if not better for some. and some of us won't come off till we hit 300!
10-17-2005, 07:14 PM #7Originally Posted by inspector_injector
10-17-2005, 07:17 PM #8Originally Posted by inspector_injector
10-17-2005, 07:26 PM #9Productive Member
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Sorry, don't mean to steal your thread Scotty, but I'd like to elaborate a bit on the question you already asked: If your receptors are saturated enough to stop making gains off a certain dosage, but you didn't want to increase dosage, what about changing compounds??? Will this yield more gains?
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