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    Need some good advice

    Whats up bros?

    Maybe some of you know, maybe some dont, so i will catch you all up. I had 2 herniated disks in my back recently, holding me back from working out in the gym. So ive been planning my next cycle...test, eq, fina....and my question is how long after ive healed should i start my cycle? I was thinking a month or two of natural lifting to get back into the swing of things....any help is appreciated!



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    bro ask ur doc ,ask hime when can u start lifting seriously ,then listen to your body when u feel strong and good ,then i immagine u could strart

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    agreed, bump it up for the meds here...but if you have an open relationship with an open minded Md., hit him up and see what s/he thinks...good luck bro and be safe

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    yeah, im not too sure how my doc would react to my decision to use gear...but we will see, any docs in the house??

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    dont tell him ur on gear then just tell him u wanna start training serious and that ull be changing ur training around and u will be lifting heavy .

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