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    Cholesterol - Winny & Prop

    What's up fellas.
    I never had cholesterol issues in my life. I just finished a 6 week cycle of winny 50mg eod and prop 100 mgs eod and my cholesterol had sky rocketed. I am 32 yrs old I eat great I have low body fat. Do I tell my doctor the truth so he can treat me? Please help any ideas or experience with this issue will be very appreciated!!

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    Looks like you are not aware of Winstrol 's side effects. Winny is known to elevate LDL cholesterol.

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    Will my levels eventually go back to normal??? Please help. Thanks!!

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    Don't fret my friend. Levels should quickly return to normal.

    My latest cycle my LDL was just over 200 after a test/tren cycle. I had bloodwork done about 8 weeks after and numbers had improved but were not quite normal. Second round of bloodwork at 16 weeks showed good numbers.

    I am trying 5mg of Crestor EOD while on cycle to see if I can keep numbers under control this time.

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    If your doc's cool, I'd be honest with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlinshopRep View Post
    If your doc's cool, I'd be honest with him.
    Why? What's to be gained?

    If levels don't correct with time then maybe consider that.

    Why have admitted steroid use and documented high cholesterol in your medical report?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gymfu View Post
    Why? What's to be gained?

    If levels don't correct with time then maybe consider that.

    Why have admitted steroid use and documented high cholesterol in your medical report?
    I agree that'd be idiotic.

    OP now that you know that you're susceptible to poor lipid numbers from AAS just take measures to control it. Controlling it via diet while on cycle isn't a possibility for some people but keeping body fat low and staying in good cv shape can help. Hawthorne berry extract helps some people (unfortunately not me lol) so I run a small dose of Lipitor with my tren .

    Try a test only cycle without the winny and I bet it'd be much better and you can learn what compounds affect it the most.

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    management of high cholesterol is the same, whether its due to gear or not. telling your doc you're on gear is not going to change the management one bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AD View Post
    management of high cholesterol is the same, whether its due to gear or not. telling your doc you're on gear is not going to change the management one bit.
    That's exactly what I was going to say lol. Don't tell him anything. You're baffled, just like him. "So what can we do about this, doc??"

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