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    z06vett is offline Associate Member
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    Blood work question

    Hey guys, ive made my appt for my pre-cycle blood work to done. At the end of this

    week. Thanks to the gentleman who gave me info about private md labs.

    My question is, can i begin my cycle before the lab results get back. The reason i ask

    is because this is a pre cycle baseline results. Can there be any red flag that come

    back on a baseline (pre-cycle) lab?

    Thanks any info will help!

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    austinite is offline HRT Specialist ~ AR-Platinum Elite-Hall of Famer ~
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    Yes, you can. However, it would be smart to wait. You may have issues you need to resolve prior to starting your cycle.

    Be patient and best of luck.
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    z06vett is offline Associate Member
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    Thanks a lot, it was your thread that gave me all the info on what to have done!!!! Good stuff!

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    Glad you could make use of the info.

    Have a powerful cycle.
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