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    Omnijock is offline New Member
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    Help me interpret my first blood results please

    Hi all

    Finished 12 week cycle of sust 250 mid June 1mg a week

    started PCT July
    Clomid 50/50/50/50
    Tamox 25/25/25/25
    Proviron 20/20/20/20

    Got attached bloods done start of August

    Thanks for commenting

    Help me interpret my first blood results please-screenshot_20180806-154253_chrome.jpgHelp me interpret my first blood results please-screenshot_20180806-154228_chrome.jpg

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    Windex is offline Staff ~ HRT Optimization Specialist
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    Without showing reference ranges and the units the picture you attached means nothing because there is no context. Also it's not clear if the Testosterone level is Free or Total. Also, your missing lipids, cholesterol, and estradiol, and blood levels.
    Last edited by Windex; 08-06-2018 at 04:25 PM.

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    Also it appears you pulled bloods immediately post pct if I'm reading your time line correctly. You need to wait about 6-8 weeks.
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    Omnijock is offline New Member
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    Help me interpret my first blood results please-screenshot_20180807-075521_chrome.jpg

    Sorry do these values to the right help?

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    Windex is offline Staff ~ HRT Optimization Specialist
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    Everything is in range, but like Kekel said you need to do bloodwork after PCT to get a more accurate representation of where your body is at. You also need to test the other levels I mentioned at the same time. Never heard of the free androgen index so can't comment there. Make you you get free test levels checked not total.

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    Exactly as windex and kel said- if you pull bloods too close to pct or while on pct, you are getting the values of what the meda are providing. You are trying to get your natural values, med free. Which is why it is suggested to get bloods pulled at least 6wls or more post pct. That will give you a clear picture of your natural values after pct meds have cleared your system and you body is workimg on its own again

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