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    Anadrol & Blood Work

    Since I have started the dRol I have not changed my typical test dose. I will be getting my BW done within the next week or so. What can I expect from the BW? Aside from liver enzymes being in the gutter. . . . . Any changes to Lipid Profiles, does it actually effect e2, RBC changes?


    Can't really find much on it, aside from being toxic as fvck.

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    It's a highly estrogenic steroid so while it won't aromatize you will experience massive water retention and possibly gyno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Docd187123 View Post
    It's a highly estrogenic steroid so while it won't aromatize you will experience massive water retention and possibly gyno.

    Okay

    I have ran dRol without issues(zero gyno or excessive water retention)

    So, back to my original question - How and what will it effect in my BW?

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Okay

    I have ran dRol without issues(zero gyno or excessive water retention)

    So, back to my original question - How and what will it effect in my BW?
    Won't increase E2, could raise RBC, could raise liver enzymes, and could decrease HDL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Docd187123 View Post
    Won't increase E2, could raise RBC, could raise liver enzymes, and could decrease HDL.


    Exactly what I figured, just didn't know about the E2 at all


    Last thing I need is a RBC increase though

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Exactly what I figured, just didn't know about the E2 at all


    Last thing I need is a RBC increase though
    Yea the E2 is a tricky one. Many will get some gyno or gyno like symptoms and since it's not raising E2, adex and aromasin won't be of help. You'd need a SERM at that point. Also do you donate blood? I go every 60-90days regardless of being on cycle or not and I do self bleeding at home when necessary. It's actually not too bad once you get the hang of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Docd187123
    Yea the E2 is a tricky one. Many will get some gyno or gyno like symptoms and since it's not raising E2, adex and aromasin won't be of help. You'd need a SERM at that point. Also do you donate blood? I go every 60-90days regardless of being on cycle or not and I do self bleeding at home when necessary. It's actually not too bad once you get the hang of it.

    Just started self bleeding @ home - it's not for the weak of heart.

    I ran Raloxifine during my last Gyno break out. It reversed the shit better than it has been in my teens. I have not had my chest this flat since being 20. So, Ralox is on hand for any further out breaks - I can barely even feel the glands on my chest now.

    BW is coming in next week.

    Theoretically, what does a high RBC count yet thin blood do to the body in the long term? My blood is quite thin due to running asperin & fish oil, which both I have currently stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> >
    Just started self bleeding @ home - it's not for the weak of heart. I ran Raloxifine during my last Gyno break out. It reversed the shit better than it has been in my teens. I have not had my chest this flat since being 20. So, Ralox is on hand for any further out breaks - I can barely even feel the glands on my chest now. BW is coming in next week. Theoretically, what does a high RBC count yet thin blood do to the body in the long term? My blood is quite thin due to running asperin & fish oil, which both I have currently stopped.
    Hey Sam, not to get off topic but what did u run the ralox at (60 mgs?) and how long after the symtoms subsided?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Brown
    Hey Sam, not to get off topic but what did u run the ralox at (60 mgs?) and how long after the symtoms subsided?
    No prob

    Ran the Ralox starting @60mg then tapering it slowly in the last month or so

    Ran it for about 2 months. Shit, worked like fvcking magic

    Ran both letro & Ralox for a little bit. Then ran the letro as an Ai. My e2 is just out of hand all of the sudden.

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