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    backpmps in my neck!! WTF is this now??

    I think this cycle is gettin a joke. I'm experiencing all the sides one could have, damn.
    Now the new fashon of my sust 500 tren A 350, is some freakin neck pumps, after doing squats, and shoulderpress.
    it starts like a pumping in the back side of my neck, and then, right after the serie my neck goes stiff, blood pumps like crazy, and some hedache comes in. WTF is this now???

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    Keep well hydrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stosh_112
    Keep well hydrated.
    Does no one read about side effects anymore? Lol

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    ^^^^ i was about ready to jump on the Tren but after all the recent threads i think ill stick to a good ol 8wk prop blast at 500mg per wk.

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    I'm well hydrated, any other suggestions??? I read about back pumps in lumbar zone, but in the neck? is this new??

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    I am unaware of anyone who has back muscles in their neck. If you do, you might want to check and see if you were born in the Chernobyl reactor or something.

    This would properly be referred to as: posterior neck muscle pumps.

    Please use proper grammar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomini View Post
    I am unaware of anyone who has back muscles in their neck. If you do, you might want to check and see if you were born in the Chernobyl reactor or something.

    This would properly be referred to as: posterior neck muscle pumps.

    Please use proper grammar.
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    lol classic. i think i've got a headache in my knee after this mornings leg day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmms View Post
    lol classic. i think i've got a headache in my knee after this mornings leg day.
    LOL.

    Man, now that you mention it, I have a sore throat in my calves after that leg workout yesterday.

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    I get neck pumps in my back , now that's odd.

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    Weeeee sorryyyyy!!!! I'm Italiaaaan, but honestly don't even know the word in italian hehe. Do someone know that issue??? is this from roids???

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    Stop using your neck so much w your bf

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    I am sure they have licensed physicians (physiotherapists) in Italy.

    Why don't you get an appointment with an experienced LP and have him sort this out for you instead of asking us to come up with a differential diagnosis?

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    my ex GF was a Physio, and a osteopat too. Since she was manipulating my neck, its screwed, but until now, I never had that pumps. It gets ****in stiff, and I get headache. I had to leave her much before, and never let her touch my neck

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX
    my ex GF was a Physio, and a osteopat too. Since she was manipulating my neck, its screwed, but until now, I never had that pumps. It gets ****in stiff, and I get headache. I had to leave her much before, and never let her touch my neck
    Any muscle weakness or numbness associated with the condition? It could be a nerve impingement depending on the location. As TJ suggested, I'd recommend a trip to your physician so it can be diagnosed. Sometimes these things can resolve with rest and anti-inflammatories but depending on where the impingement occurs it may require more aggressive treatment and longer recovery times.

    Manual adjustments are not advised until a proper diagnosis is made as such manual manipulation can aggravate your condition.

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    ok today I started to train my lats, and after the first serie, I remained stiff, with a crazy pumping sensation behind my neck, where the skull starts. I had to rest 3 minutes, and couldn't go on doing crazy weights, had to train slowly and controlled. the pain was awfull. I can remember, in my first h-drol cycle I had something similar, but instead behind my neck, I had it in my heart, after the serie, my heart started pumping like crazy, and I couldn't even breathe, so I had to slow down.
    Now the similar reacction but behind my neck.
    First question: Could this be dangerous??
    second thing: what is causing this? Estro? tren ?
    thanks

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    You need to see a specialist for this dude, there is only that much we can answer for you over this forum.

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    yeah, you're right, but when I'll get the turn to the specialist, even PCT will be over hehe.
    so no one experienced this before??? I'm always the Pioneer in sides! I love that! **** that!

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