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    Returning member.. here to help you guys out if you need my help.

    Hello everyone,
    Let me introduce myself to you and what my purpose is over here.
    I used to be a member on this site before and it helped me out tremendously with the information I needed. The guys on this forum are truly helpful and I'm back on here to help out other members looking for help.

    Who am I?
    I'm 30+ years old and I'm a cardiologist. I went to a med school in Texas and now I work at a reputable hospital as a cardiologist. I did my Internal medicine residency at very reputable teaching hospital in Baltimore ( ). I'm trying to not give out too much info about myself because I don't want people finding me and coming to me to hook them up. Hopefully, I can acquire a fellowship in endocrinology as well so I can boost my paycheck.

    Why I'm here
    I remember coming on this website looking for help on how to do my cycle, just like so many other users. So far, I have 2 Test E cycles under my belt and I don't plan on juicing anymore in my life. I'm here to help answers questions that are related to medicine. I will answer all the questions and concerns as a medical professional. I've been good with pharmacology, biochemistry and pathology. Those we're my favorite subjects and they were probably my favorite because I was just curious about d rugs and how they work lol. I don't do nothing shady of that manner anymore. I'm here only to help with any questions you have to the best of my ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docdoc
    Hello everyone,
    Let me introduce myself to you and what my purpose is over here.
    I used to be a member on this site before and it helped me out tremendously with the information I needed. The guys on this forum are truly helpful and I'm back on here to help out other members looking for help.

    Who am I?
    I'm 30+ years old and I'm a cardiologist. I went to a med school in Texas and now I work at a reputable hospital as a cardiologist. I did my Internal medicine residency at very reputable teaching hospital in Baltimore ( ). I'm trying to not give out too much info about myself because I don't want people finding me and coming to me to hook them up. Hopefully, I can acquire a fellowship in endocrinology as well so I can boost my paycheck.

    Why I'm here
    I remember coming on this website looking for help on how to do my cycle, just like so many other users. So far, I have 2 Test E cycles under my belt and I don't plan on juicing anymore in my life. I'm here to help answers questions that are related to medicine. I will answer all the questions and concerns as a medical professional. I've been good with pharmacology, biochemistry and pathology. Those we're my favorite subjects and they were probably my favorite because I was just curious about d rugs and how they work lol. I don't do nothing shady of that manner anymore. I'm here only to help with any questions you have to the best of my ability.

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    DO NOT come to me asking to hook u up with sh!t. I will NEVER meet anyone from here in person.

    You can PM me.. I'll be browsing around trying to help. You don't have to believe me. I'll just give you my two cents regardless. I'm just trying to help out.
    Glad you found your way back. Sounds like you will be a valuable resource of information.

    Welcome "home"!

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    Thank you fellas.. good to be back.
    I figured this will keep me sharp and help me become better with what I do. With the info that I keep on learning everyday, it's so easy to forget my basics.
    Lunk1.. I don't want people tracking me down and come for hook ups and stuff. I have enough of those in my life as is. And I always turn them down.

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    Crazy Mike?
    This guy is putting complete sentences together and it actually makes sense...
    its not cm
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    Quote Originally Posted by cj111

    This guy is putting complete sentences together and it actually makes sense...
    its not cm
    Lol just making sure

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    Welcome and it's great to see more and more people from the medical community involved and progressive in thinking even if you don't plan on using yourself. Hopefully you won't get bombarded with to many questions and run off. J/K
    Nice intro

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    hahaha, I work on-call somedays out of a week. I'll probably be MIA during those days. But, I'll try my best to help people.
    It's actually funny how I decided to rejoin this site. Me and my colleagues were just talking about a few cases we had last week and my friend who has a fellowship in endocrinology was telling me about this case. We don't mention names or any details like that to protect the patient's privacy. He was telling me that he got a patient who was trying to have a baby and was also having a hard time with maintaining erections. Got the blood work done and it was obvious that, that dude had done a cycle before and complete fu cked it up.
    Just to let everyone on here know, whenever we see a YOUNG 20-30 year old patient with those complaints… we automatically assume that he was on steroids . And I gotta tell u, its 90% true for patients within that age range. The other rare 10% of cases are because of birth defects during fetal life or genetic mutations.

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    I mean, I don't condone the use of steroids unless its medically required. But I understand how it goes, I was there at one point. Even if people say no they're gonna do it no matter what lol. So I figured I might as well help em out do it properly and educate people about the pros and cons.

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    I got a question for ya already, seeing as you are a cardiologist

    Know any good websites to start learning to read 12 lead ecg's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cj111 View Post
    I got a question for ya already, seeing as you are a cardiologist

    Know any good websites to start learning to read 12 lead ecg's?
    To be honest man, I had to read an ENTIRE BOOK to learn about ECGs lol.
    To understand it, you have to understand the physiology of the pacemakers of the heart (SA and AV nodes). When I was studying for my boards, I would actually youtube those videos for short explanations.. they're easier to understand when u understand cardiac physiology.

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    Most young people start on steroids the same way they learned to workout. "From someone doing it wrong".

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyDoesIt View Post
    Most young people start on steroids the same way they learned to workout. "From someone doing it wrong".
    lol so true. Fortunately, I had this website and GOOGLE at my disposal.
    I just stuck to Test E 500mg/week for 12 weeks for both cycles and never started any cycles without PCTs in hand. Altho, if you see me now I look like sh!t.. I just started to get back into working out properly.

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    I do have a question for you. One of many perhaps lol.
    As a cardiologist - what is your best advice about diet regarding the prevention of heart disease?
    I ask because proponents from the vegan/vegetarian camps say their diet prevents obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Then you read about the low carb gurus who believe in eating meat - and they say basically the same thing about obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

    I'm concerned because for years I've eaten a traditional bodybuilding diet. I love vegetables, and have tried going vegan, but I truly stay leaner on the low carb/higher protein bodybuilding diets.
    What do you think??
    Thanks
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    Welcome back. Not sure what your former handle was but I have a guess..

    Congrats on the career and appreciate you coming back to share your knowledge and experience.

    So here's what's on my mind.. and this is right up your alley:

    My heart. Ever since I was younger, I would get sudden and random sharp pains in my chest. They were short-lived and semi-frequent (1-2x/month). I've mentioned this to probably every doctor I've seen since I was 18 (now 36). I've had multiple EKGs, each time it said that everything was fine. Once I was convinced I was having a heart attack and had my father drive me to the hospital.. they brought me in the emergency room, slapped an EKG on me and the nurse grabbed me by the shoulders and said, listen to me... you are NOT having a heart attack.. but something was wrong, and I have no idea wth happened.

    I've taken ECA in the past, and I seem to get chest pains pretty quickly, so as I entered my 30s, certainly my mid 30s, I've not done a lot of that and actually don't plan on doing it ever again. I do, however, continue to take pre-workout drinks like NO Explode, for example. I don't get chest pains directly from that, but sometimes I feel like my heart is beating extremely hard and fast, and at random times. I can hear it.... and feel it. I can even feel my heartbeat in my teeth.. no sh*t..

    Is this normal, am I paranoid? there is heart disease in my family. I take my BP daily and sometimes its low, most of the time normal, sometimes high.. I'm all over the damn place. Last three days were as follows:

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    what do you think docdoc? Thx in advance man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggle View Post
    I do have a question for you. One of many perhaps lol.
    As a cardiologist - what is your best advice about diet regarding the prevention of heart disease?
    I ask because proponents from the vegan/vegetarian camps say their diet prevents obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Then you read about the low carb gurus who believe in eating meat - and they say basically the same thing about obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

    I'm concerned because for years I've eaten a traditional bodybuilding diet. I love vegetables, and have tried going vegan, but I truly stay leaner on the low carb/higher protein bodybuilding diets.
    What do you think??
    Thanks
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    Hey giggle,
    I really crack up when people come out with different "heart healthy" diets. They all share the same principle, low fat and well balanced vitamins, minerals and proteins. Now, if you combine a diet like that with 30 - 45 of even MILD cardio everyday your heart will probably never be in danger until you reach 50-60 age range. Because at that age your heart valves will start going thru "wear and tear" and lead to congestive heart failure and it's complications.
    To give you a more definitive answer I would have to look at your lipid profile when you get your blood work done. Keep your blood pressure within normal limits and also monitor you're heart rate. There are so many factors that I would have to take into account to assess the condition of your heart.
    But, with lean low carb/higher protein diet.. your heart should be happy But With medicine there's never a definite answer until you do a thorough check. because some people might be born with tiny little heart defects that will go undetected until you get older.
    Workout, do cardio everyday and try to keep your fat content low… I promise that will keep you're heart healthy… Once in a while eating greasy food isn't so bad, enjoy your life you only get one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Igifuno View Post
    Welcome back. Not sure what your former handle was but I have a guess..

    Congrats on the career and appreciate you coming back to share your knowledge and experience.

    So here's what's on my mind.. and this is right up your alley:

    My heart. Ever since I was younger, I would get sudden and random sharp pains in my chest. They were short-lived and semi-frequent (1-2x/month). I've mentioned this to probably every doctor I've seen since I was 18 (now 36). I've had multiple EKGs, each time it said that everything was fine. Once I was convinced I was having a heart attack and had my father drive me to the hospital.. they brought me in the emergency room, slapped an EKG on me and the nurse grabbed me by the shoulders and said, listen to me... you are NOT having a heart attack.. but something was wrong, and I have no idea wth happened.

    I've taken ECA in the past, and I seem to get chest pains pretty quickly, so as I entered my 30s, certainly my mid 30s, I've not done a lot of that and actually don't plan on doing it ever again. I do, however, continue to take pre-workout drinks like NO Explode, for example. I don't get chest pains directly from that, but sometimes I feel like my heart is beating extremely hard and fast, and at random times. I can hear it.... and feel it. I can even feel my heartbeat in my teeth.. no sh*t..

    Is this normal, am I paranoid? there is heart disease in my family. I take my BP daily and sometimes its low, most of the time normal, sometimes high.. I'm all over the damn place. Last three days were as follows:

    135/76
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    124/68

    what do you think docdoc? Thx in advance man.

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    Hey there Igi,
    PM me.. I need some more info about your health history

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igifuno View Post
    Welcome back. Not sure what your former handle was but I have a guess..

    Congrats on the career and appreciate you coming back to share your knowledge and experience.

    So here's what's on my mind.. and this is right up your alley:

    My heart. Ever since I was younger, I would get sudden and random sharp pains in my chest. They were short-lived and semi-frequent (1-2x/month). I've mentioned this to probably every doctor I've seen since I was 18 (now 36). I've had multiple EKGs, each time it said that everything was fine. Once I was convinced I was having a heart attack and had my father drive me to the hospital.. they brought me in the emergency room, slapped an EKG on me and the nurse grabbed me by the shoulders and said, listen to me... you are NOT having a heart attack.. but something was wrong, and I have no idea wth happened.

    I've taken ECA in the past, and I seem to get chest pains pretty quickly, so as I entered my 30s, certainly my mid 30s, I've not done a lot of that and actually don't plan on doing it ever again. I do, however, continue to take pre-workout drinks like NO Explode, for example. I don't get chest pains directly from that, but sometimes I feel like my heart is beating extremely hard and fast, and at random times. I can hear it.... and feel it. I can even feel my heartbeat in my teeth.. no sh*t..

    Is this normal, am I paranoid? there is heart disease in my family. I take my BP daily and sometimes its low, most of the time normal, sometimes high.. I'm all over the damn place. Last three days were as follows:

    135/76
    146/71
    124/68

    what do you think docdoc? Thx in advance man.

    Igi
    I'm trying to view your profile to try to PM you but I keep on getting this message "docdoc, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

    Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?
    If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation."


    Idk whats going on so I'll try to do it over here… I get the same message when i try to look at my profile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igifuno View Post
    Welcome back. Not sure what your former handle was but I have a guess..

    Congrats on the career and appreciate you coming back to share your knowledge and experience.

    So here's what's on my mind.. and this is right up your alley:

    My heart. Ever since I was younger, I would get sudden and random sharp pains in my chest. They were short-lived and semi-frequent (1-2x/month). I've mentioned this to probably every doctor I've seen since I was 18 (now 36). I've had multiple EKGs, each time it said that everything was fine. Once I was convinced I was having a heart attack and had my father drive me to the hospital.. they brought me in the emergency room, slapped an EKG on me and the nurse grabbed me by the shoulders and said, listen to me... you are NOT having a heart attack.. but something was wrong, and I have no idea wth happened.

    I've taken ECA in the past, and I seem to get chest pains pretty quickly, so as I entered my 30s, certainly my mid 30s, I've not done a lot of that and actually don't plan on doing it ever again. I do, however, continue to take pre-workout drinks like NO Explode, for example. I don't get chest pains directly from that, but sometimes I feel like my heart is beating extremely hard and fast, and at random times. I can hear it.... and feel it. I can even feel my heartbeat in my teeth.. no sh*t..

    Is this normal, am I paranoid? there is heart disease in my family. I take my BP daily and sometimes its low, most of the time normal, sometimes high.. I'm all over the damn place. Last three days were as follows:

    135/76
    146/71
    124/68

    what do you think docdoc? Thx in advance man.

    Igi
    What were you doing when you had these episodes as a child and would you be able to share your EKG results with me? Your fluctuating BP results could merely be from anxiety. But the chest pain you used to get as a kid plus the pain you got after you ECA stack got me intrigued. It seem's like irregular pacemaker activity. ephedrine affects your pacemakers of the heart.. how much ephedrine did you take? did you take too much? did you try to lower your dose and see if that helped? NO Explode is full of caffeine.. altho caffeine also increases your HR, it has a different mechanism of action as compared to ephedrine. I would need to see your ECG and recommend that you stop with NO Explode and prework outs altogether.
    I would put you on a simple B-blocker like propranolol and see how that goes. I suggest you make an appointment with a cardiologist and get i checked out. You would really benefit from propranolol and it would also help control your fluctuating HR.

    Do you have any other symptoms? do you feel like passing out when you get these episodes?
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    I think you need more posts before you can PM. Keep your thread going man and PM me when you can. Thx in advance.

    Heart health is definitely on my mind a lot.

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    hi doc,
    what is your opinion of statins? this being a steroid site, with a TRT section, statins have been frequently bashed for lowering natural test production and may even be seen as the "mother of all evils" lol. so as a cardiologist, if your patient has low T and also ischemic heart disease, would you or would you not give statins? how about a patient with low T, no IHD, but simply high chol that didnt come down with lifestyle changes?

    thanks for the insight

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    Quote Originally Posted by docdoc View Post
    Hey giggle,
    I really crack up when people come out with different "heart healthy" diets. They all share the same principle, low fat and well balanced vitamins, minerals and proteins. Now, if you combine a diet like that with 30 - 45 of even MILD cardio everyday your heart will probably never be in danger until you reach 50-60 age range. Because at that age your heart valves will start going thru "wear and tear" and lead to congestive heart failure and it's complications.
    To give you a more definitive answer I would have to look at your lipid profile when you get your blood work done. Keep your blood pressure within normal limits and also monitor you're heart rate. There are so many factors that I would have to take into account to assess the condition of your heart.
    But, with lean low carb/higher protein diet.. your heart should be happy But With medicine there's never a definite answer until you do a thorough check. because some people might be born with tiny little heart defects that will go undetected until you get older.
    Workout, do cardio everyday and try to keep your fat content low… I promise that will keep you're heart healthy… Once in a while eating greasy food isn't so bad, enjoy your life you only get one!
    THANKS - I appreciate your thoughts. I'm already in my mid 50's so that's why I'm getting serious lol. My lipids are all in the normal range, and when I do the ratios (HDL/LDL, etc) I am always in the Preferred range.
    I will take your advice regarding more consistent cardio to heart, and I mean that.
    Thank you for posting here. It is really going to make a difference!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igifuno View Post
    I think you need more posts before you can PM. Keep your thread going man and PM me when you can. Thx in advance.

    Heart health is definitely on my mind a lot.
    What were you doing when you had these episodes as a child and would you be able to share your EKG results with me? Your fluctuating BP results could merely be from anxiety. But the chest pain you used to get as a kid plus the pain you got after you ECA stack got me intrigued. It seem's like irregular pacemaker activity. ephedrine affects your pacemakers of the heart.. how much ephedrine did you take? did you take too much? did you try to lower your dose and see if that helped? NO Explode is full of caffeine.. altho caffeine also increases your HR, it has a different mechanism of action as compared to ephedrine. I would need to see your ECG and recommend that you stop with NO Explode and prework outs altogether.
    I would put you on a simple Beta-blocker like propranolol and see how that goes. I suggest you make an appointment with a cardiologist and get it checked out. You would really benefit from propranolol and it would also help control your fluctuating HR.

    Do you have any other symptoms? do you feel like passing out when you get these episodes?

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    We have a new popular kid in town lol.
    Yep he is like the cool kid in class that everyone wants to hang out with.

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    We have a new popular kid in town lol.
    who needs affordable care when you can get free care? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by AD View Post
    hi doc,
    what is your opinion of statins? this being a steroid site, with a TRT section, statins have been frequently bashed for lowering natural test production and may even be seen as the "mother of all evils" lol. so as a cardiologist, if your patient has low T and also ischemic heart disease, would you or would you not give statins? how about a patient with low T, no IHD, but simply high chol that didnt come down with lifestyle changes?

    thanks for the insight
    Hey AD,
    '-Statins' are a group of d rugs that block the enzyme called HMG-CoA reductase. It mainly has an effect on LDL. This enzyme converts HMG-CoA to cholesterol in your liver. Steroids are synthesized from cholesterol. So by blocking HMG-CoA reductase you're lowering cholesterol production and decreasing the cholesterol available in your body for it's conversion into testosterone . I've never given statins alone, I usually make a cocktail of lipid lowering d rugs which is customized according to the patient's body. and FYI, "-statins" are bad for your liver AND it causes your muscles to breakdown if used for a long period of time (deposition of the breakdown products of these muscles in your kidneys will also cause acute renal failure).
    From, my stand point.. I would still give the patient statins if he has low T. I have to ultimately do what's best for the patient. whatever will benefit him more. If i don't lower his LDL ASAP he will die of heart related problem. So, managing his Testosterone level would come second to his heart.
    To answer your question, I would look at the patient's Testosterone levels and:

    - If very very low T (this is a rare case, unless the patient abused steroids hardcore without PCT) then probably switch to niacin (if he patient dsnt have gout or hyperglycemia) and write a prescription for Androgel or just have him come in for shots.

    - If just low T, I'd still go ahead with the statins and again, prescription for Androgel or have him come in for testosterone shots.

    I hope I answered your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel101 View Post
    Yep he is like the cool kid in class that everyone wants to hang out with.
    Lol, I used to be that well built nerd that no one would pick on.

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    Welcome back! i have a dilemma..I'm 6'3 190 and 23yrs old my friend got busted by his wife and had to get rid of his gear so he gave it to me. I'm not very experienced with them so I was wondering if anyone could help me with my cycle?

    He gave me:
    2 vials- stanozol 100mg, 10ml vial(winny I think)
    2 vials- nandrolone decanoate 300mg, 10 ml vial
    1 vial- sustanon 250, 5ml vial

    Is there enough here to make a cycle worth doing and what should my pct be?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by docdoc View Post
    From, my stand point.. I would still give the patient statins if he has low T. I have to ultimately do what's best for the patient. whatever will benefit him more. If i don't lower his LDL ASAP he will die of heart related problem. So, managing his Testosterone level would come second to his heart.
    i strongly agree with this. thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caddiguy View Post
    Welcome back! i have a dilemma..I'm 6'3 190 and 23yrs old my friend got busted by his wife and had to get rid of his gear so he gave it to me. I'm not very experienced with them so I was wondering if anyone could help me with my cycle?

    He gave me:
    2 vials- stanozol 100mg, 10ml vial(winny I think)
    2 vials- nandrolone decanoate 300mg, 10 ml vial
    1 vial- sustanon 250, 5ml vial

    Is there enough here to make a cycle worth doing and what should my pct be?

    Thank you
    Have you done a cycle before?

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    [QUOTE=AD;6731841]i strongly agree with this. thank you![/you look like you know what your doing can you help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by docdoc View Post
    Lol, I used to be that well built nerd that no one would pick on.
    Exactly what Lunk is striving for.
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    Yes I have taken a few cycles of test before but with no pct and lost most of my gains

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