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    Bad news from Dr

    Been on test e for a year. Started feeling bad so I went to my Dr and they did blood work and ran my test levels. I got a call from them they said my hemoglobin supposed to be around 12 to 16 they said mine was 21 the nurse said in 20 years she's never seen it that hi in anyone. So I was at a very hi risk of a stroke, so I had to go back today and they took 1 pint of blood from me . They said there was to much blood in my body. The Dr told me it was because of the test I take but I don't see how that could be true but I'm not a Dr. The last 4 weeks I have ran anodrol 50 with the test but I'm done with the anodrol now. And my liver enzymes were a little hi but not much. I know I should have got a PCT ready but like most people that's new I didn't so I would really like to get some good advice on what I should take and hope I can find it. O yea and the Dr said normal test levels are from 600 to 900 mine was over 1500.

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    Why for a year and what was your dose?

    Not trying to jump on you but you need to educate yourself before you kill yourself. Whenever you take any kind of AAS you're at an increased risk for elevated RBC's. Simply put it makes your blood thick (hematocrit) which is called polycythemia. Your blood was like a slurpee. Think about that. You're really fortunate to be alive. Even many guys on TRT amounts of test need to give blood.

    One pint of blood will not be near enough. Hopefully your doc will be pulling more VERY soon. You should also be hydrating as much as possible and probably taking a baby aspirin nightly as well. I would suggest you search up the Power PCT Protocol by Dr. Scally and prepare for that.
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    Are you not donating blood at regular intervals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    Are you not donating blood at regular intervals?
    Would be my question too.

    I'm guessing it's a case of too much gear and too little knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Why for a year and what was your dose?

    Not trying to jump on you but you need to educate yourself before you kill yourself. Whenever you take any kind of AAS you're at an increased risk for elevated RBC's. Simply put it makes your blood thick (hematocrit) which is called polycythemia. Your blood was like a slurpee. Think about that. You're really fortunate to be alive. Even many guys on TRT amounts of test need to give blood.

    One pint of blood will not be near enough. Hopefully your doc will be pulling more VERY soon. You should also be hydrating as much as possible and probably taking a baby aspirin nightly as well. I would suggest you search up the Power PCT Protocol by Dr. Scally and prepare for that.
    Highly agree with this. Regular donation is a must with TRT or AAS in my opinion.

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    Taking only 1 cc of test e every 7 days and 100 mg of anodrol once daily. I understand I need to do more research and I will this time for sure. I didn't know all this could happen. My Dr told me to come back in two weeks and give more blood. Dr scally is he on the forum here or do I just Google him

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    No I'm not , I never new that was something I should be doing.

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    Yes u are right

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    What does trt stand for

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Why for a year and what was your dose?

    Not trying to jump on you but you need to educate yourself before you kill yourself. Whenever you take any kind of AAS you're at an increased risk for elevated RBC's. Simply put it makes your blood thick (hematocrit) which is called polycythemia. Your blood was like a slurpee. Think about that. You're really fortunate to be alive. Even many guys on TRT amounts of test need to give blood.

    One pint of blood will not be near enough. Hopefully your doc will be pulling more VERY soon. You should also be hydrating as much as possible and probably taking a baby aspirin nightly as well. I would suggest you search up the Power PCT Protocol by Dr. Scally and prepare for that.
    This is the 101 of TRT or Cycling. I pull a a litre of blood every 2 months. Don't trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Why for a year and what was your dose?

    Not trying to jump on you but you need to educate yourself before you kill yourself. Whenever you take any kind of AAS you're at an increased risk for elevated RBC's. Simply put it makes your blood thick (hematocrit) which is called polycythemia. Your blood was like a slurpee. Think about that. You're really fortunate to be alive. Even many guys on TRT amounts of test need to give blood.

    One pint of blood will not be near enough. Hopefully your doc will be pulling more VERY soon. You should also be hydrating as much as possible and probably taking a baby aspirin nightly as well. I would suggest you search up the Power PCT Protocol by Dr. Scally and prepare for that.
    This is really sound advice. A while back, I had an annual blood work done while on cycle and my hematocrit was high. My doc asked me if I had a family history of weird blood disease. So now I sit in the tub and drain blood into a blood bag once in three or four weeks. The first time I did it, I was surprised at how dark my blood was and how quickly it coagulated. I drained it into a cup and within a minute or two the blood congealed to look like soft jello. Man, I felt better though. I can totally see how someone could have a heart attack with thick blood in their veins.

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    So once every 2 month I should have a pint of blood drown right
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    U know I didn't know being a bodybuilder would be so hard but there's a lot that goes into this

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    I'm gonna half to pay someone to write out my next cycle that's all there is to it. What I need and don't need to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by machin36 View Post
    I'm gonna half to pay someone to write out my next cycle that's all there is to it. What I need and don't need to do

    Just take the time to understand everything you do before you do it. Read the Successful First Cycle thread at the top of this forum as it will explain things to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by machin36 View Post
    I'm gonna half to pay someone to write out my next cycle that's all there is to it. What I need and don't need to do
    Just read all the stickeys like the one Kel recommended and stick around and reasearch it's not rocket science..it's nice to know what's going on with your body..stay away from the drol..pct,reasearch and come back with a good game plan..don't pay one of these "coaches" to give you a cycle outline ive seen too much bad advice lately..stay safe and healthy bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicagotarsier View Post
    This is the 101 of TRT or Cycling. I pull a a litre of blood every 2 months. Don't trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.....
    1 litre? that seems like alot, red cross removes 480 mls every 64 days, that over twice as much

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    I go back to the Dr in 2 weeks for another check up, I will keep u all informed on my results. Thank u guys for your advice it really means a lot.

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