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    Humira and Test Cyp question

    I like to know if anyone has any experience with humira and test cyp cycle. I understand they are two different types of steroids , but I have had an increase in my stomach size, I went from 32 to 34-waist size and I canít seem to get it down. I run for 20 mins and walk 20 min more, 3 days a week on treadmill. My weight is 218; I am 6í1Ē I eat 6 times a day. My protein intake is a clean 300grams per day, my calories are on most days are 3000, and no alcohol or sweets.
    The question is, should I wait until I can have a better handle on this stomach issue before I start my cycle, and is it the humira thatís doing this, will it be ok with running a cycle with humira. FYI, I have not stated the cycle, I still have a little more learning to do with AI portion of the cycle, plus I am worried about gyno and this recent increase in adipose in my belly; I have understand the higher your Bf, the higher chance of gyno.
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    Might not be a bad idea to wait. However, according to a quick search I did, there is no adverse interaction between the two compounds. The only thing I saw that might be noteworthy is an adverse interaction with Cialis & Viagra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    Might not be a bad idea to wait. However, according to a quick search I did, there is no adverse interaction between the two compounds. The only thing I saw that might be noteworthy is an adverse interaction with Cialis & Viagra.
    Test and Cialis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlinshopRep View Post
    Test and Cialis?
    Adalimumab is not testosterone .
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    Teezer,

    What was the humira prescribed for? RA or IBD?

    Something to consider and be aware of is that humira can promote hypertension, hyperlipidemia, elevated ALT, AST and a mild flu syndromes - also factors common with some testosterone cycles.

    A small percentage of patients report abdominal distention and some nausea which might be related to the stomach issues you mentioned.

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    Hi muscleInk,
    I was prescribed for psoriatic arthritis, unfortunately can’t live normal life without humira. Now that I have been on it for a while, I have no pain and no psoriasis. I have always enjoyed lifting, but temporally had to put that aside up until now. I haven't had any nausea though

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    I recently downloaded an interesting app crom cvs. One of the button is a reference for cross reactions from both the items taken. Once downloaded you put both the names in and it will let you know if there is a problem with taking them together.

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    I just got a hold of some phentermine 37.5mg, I would like to hear some thoughts. Planning to do a cycle but I need to get my BF down a little before I start (just in the belly area). I have heard some great things about the drug, but would be Ok? to take before I start a cycle and ten stop when I start the cycle. I know its a apatite suppressant, I am having a hard time loosing the belly. I still do what I said in the first part of the thread above, and no results yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teezer33
    I just got a hold of some phentermine 37.5mg, I would like to hear some thoughts. Planning to do a cycle but I need to get my BF down a little before I start (just in the belly area). I have heard some great things about the drug, but would be Ok? to take before I start a cycle and ten stop when I start the cycle. I know its a apatite suppressant, I am having a hard time loosing the belly. I still do what I said in the first part of the thread above, and no results yet.
    It works well for some people but not everyone responds to it. It is a strong stimulant so normal caveats apply when using. Yes it will suppress appetite (although I have not experience appetite suppression when I used it). Insomnia, headaches, impotence, tachycardia, and elevated BP are the most common adverse effects among users.

    Lowering your intake to 500-700 cals below your TDEE and adding 60 mins or more of cardio daily is still the best way to drop bf.

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    Check out the nutrition section here on this board, read the stickies. There is a lot to learn when it comes to dieting. Let us know if you have any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teezer33 View Post
    I just got a hold of some phentermine 37.5mg, I would like to hear some thoughts. Planning to do a cycle but I need to get my BF down a little before I start (just in the belly area). I have heard some great things about the drug, but would be Ok? to take before I start a cycle and ten stop when I start the cycle. I know its a apatite suppressant, I am having a hard time loosing the belly. I still do what I said in the first part of the thread above, and no results yet.
    It zapped my appetite for a few days snd gave me a little energy, but was nothing near as effective as clen .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleInk View Post
    It works well for some people but not everyone responds to it. It is a strong stimulant so normal caveats apply when using. Yes it will suppress appetite (although I have not experience appetite suppression when I used it). Insomnia, headaches, impotence, tachycardia, and elevated BP are the most common adverse effects among users.

    Lowering your intake to 500-700 cals below your TDEE and adding 60 mins or more of cardio daily is still the best way to drop bf.
    I don't about anyone else, but my energy level is through the roof. Thanks for the input, though

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