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    mg_srt is offline New Member
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    Couple cycle questions

    I am currently on 2nd cycl: test e 500 wk, eq 500 wk, tren a 75 3x a wk.
    I am running the test e for 14wks, started 2 wk prior to tren and eq both of which was planning on 10wks.

    Question 1: Because of my schedule i take the tren mon, wed, fri, is this ok, or would it make a big dif i could find a way to truly go eod?

    Question 2: Can you have tren+eq in the same tube as long as it isnít over 2ml, if so what sequence do you draw them?

    Question 3: Should I increase the amount of test once I get around the 8 wk mark, or just leave it?


    Stats, 24yrs, 222lbs, 5'9, running clomid, and nova pct.

    Thanks.

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    stpete is offline Banned
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    Question #1 - No. EOD at minimum

    Question #2 -Yes, and it doesn't matter.

    Question # 3 - No reason to ramp the test imo....But you're not doing things right. You should have done more research my friend.

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    gonna need caber on hand for tren with prolactin based gyno issues.

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    darkcrayz is offline Member
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    you have less fluctuation by running your tren more days a week then 3x.

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    stpete is offline Banned
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    ^^^Again, i agree. I use plenty of B-Vits as well.

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    mg_srt is offline New Member
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    ran same amount of tren prior cycl no gyno, will chang to eod tomorrow. I have made the mistake of trusting a friend on what to do, have done some research up to this point that has been helpful. I want to make sure i finish correct though. just cause there "big" that doesnt make em smart.. read, read, read, then go, lesson learned

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