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    Do you think I should go to a Doctor?

    Whats up guys,
    I am starting my second cycle of sust 500 mgs a week for 8 weeks and 20 mg of dbol a day. I'm also taking liver pills, HCG , and fermera, then clomid after. Do you think its a good idea to go to a doctor and get all my shit tested? Or is this too low of a cycle to worry about it? And if I do go, I'll have to use my insurance card, which is under my parents name. Do you think they will see that bill and ask the doc what I was doing there? Give me some feedback bro's.
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    be open with your doctor odds are your going to cycle again and if he knows ur history he can better administer help if you need it... just pretend your sick one day and tell ur parents your going to see the doc, how old are u anyways??

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    I wouldn't tell my doc I was using AS. Once that's on your chart it aint coming off and later in life when you try to get insurance they'll see it and maybe deny you life insurance. I saw a post sometime ago about this. But I would go get blood checked for liver enzymes , ldl , hdl and test levels.

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    I'm 20 years old, and I am a baseball player in college. How would I get him to check my blood, liver and test levels etc, without telling him im on AS?
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    tell him you want some bloodwork done. Also, there is a thing called doctor patient confidentiality (or somethin like that)you can tell your doctor off the charts, and i would reccommend doing so. Keeping things from your doctor only hurts yourself IMO.

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    tell your doc. i did- and hes cool about it. its a very good idea.

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    20 yrs old your to young to juice, sorry Bro.

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    You should always feel comfortable enough discuss anything with your Doc., if not , find one that you do feel that way about.. My doctor is always great with me , I told her I am going to start back on AS , and she didn't have a problem with it . Even went to the extent of getting my blood work done beofre I go on the stuff and found out my test level was only 336 , so she ordered in some test to get my level up .. And I am starting the injections supplied by her next week .. Also starting my own cycle the week after and she will help me monitor everything with bloodtests....
    And this is the same Doc . that writes me prescipitions for Viagra , after I told her that my wife and I enjoy bringing other woman into mix on weekends so I needed more staying power and better recouperation time.... So there are good ones out there , that will work with you ......

    Good Luck

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    Re: Do you think I should go to a Doctor?

    Originally posted by Peter

    Pete

    Look at the title of this thread. If you have to ask that question, then you need to be consulting a physician.

    Be open with your doc, they are there for your safety, if they refuse treatment because of AS use. Start looking for another

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