Thread: fatigue on tren
10-11-2003, 06:56 PM #1
fatigue on tren
its my 7th day on tren , and i'm fatigued all the time. for the past few days, i've been taking 4 hour "naps" during the day, sleeping thru my alarm in the mornings, and generally just being very lathargic all day long. i've read a few other posts of guys being tired on cycle, but none of them were on tren. anyone else have any experiences like this? is it normal?
10-11-2003, 07:11 PM #2
10-11-2003, 07:14 PM #3
How much test are you on?
10-11-2003, 07:27 PM #4Originally Posted by WiLLpOwEr
Originally Posted by Billy_Bathgate
thanks for the info,
10-11-2003, 07:29 PM #5
10-11-2003, 07:34 PM #6Junior Member
- Join Date
- Aug 2003
That kind of fatigue could be a synthom of an overload of your liver. If you tren is home made, you cannot rule out some impurity that makes the solution slightly toxic.
Tren is known to hit hard your liver anyway...
A blood test could be useful...
10-11-2003, 07:53 PM #7Originally Posted by Billy_Bathgate
10-11-2003, 09:46 PM #8Originally Posted by Billy_Bathgate
what do i say when i want a blood test? whats it called?
maybe i'm just a lazy ass, when i'm off cycle and in school, i frequenly take 2 hour naps after classes. but still its not the same, i don't actually >feel< this tired usually...
maybe it'll get better when i get on the test...=)
thanks for the info and advice, guys
10-11-2003, 11:32 PM #9
My second cycle..like I dont know 3 yrs ago or something, was tren only. I was very tired too. Took naps after class too lol.
You could tell them you just want a checkup and get your regular panel. Then you could tell them that low testesterone runs in your family and that youve felt very tired, depressed, and had no sex drive lately and are worried about it and want to have it checked. OF course Im not telling you to do that, just something that someone could do.
10-12-2003, 01:31 AM #10Originally Posted by Billy_Bathgate
10-12-2003, 01:47 PM #11
Just say you want a full blood test, including testosterone levels and GGT levels(measure of actual liver damage, roughly). For your insurance to cover it, your doctor is going to have to put down "a reason" on your prescription, so say that you have lost a lot of weight lately and want to get a checkup. Your doctor will write down "excessive weight loss" and you're good to go.
By the way, my doctor knows that I did not really lose weight dramatically, it's just kinda like a "hush-hush" "wink-wink" type deal.
Users Browsing this Thread
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)