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Thread: Does deca skew e2 lab tests like tren?

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    Does deca skew e2 lab tests like tren?

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    I did not know deca would mess up estrogen test. this is true?

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    Not sure if it does. That is my question as I have read that tren can cause false high e2 readings, especially when using labcorp. Since they are both 19-nors, was curious to know if deca does this as well as I just had mid cycle BW done.

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    As long as it's Estrodial, sensitive(E2, sensitive)essay it should come back accurate(in my experience they/it did), now if you got just estrodial that isn't the same same reading....

    I have heard about the Tren doing it but no experience w/the Tren(yet)

    Also if your taking Nolvadex while on(to prevent gyno flare ups) this can have a negative impact on your readings...
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    Yeah, I got the e2 sensitive. Thanx for the reply!

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    Tren doesn't give a false or high e2 reading neither does deca . Bunk ai will though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tectime View Post
    Tren doesn't give a false or high e2 reading neither does deca. Bunk ai will though.
    I can see this point... most of the time we see this their E2 is very high to begin with(& my labs didn't give a false reading on Nandrolone )... but have I've heard(no experience yet) of LabCorps protocol being different than QDs but why/how??

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    I use labcorp and my e2 never comes back high on either compound. Pharma anastrozole never a problem. Also lower doses of tes with larger doses of 19s and real ai and estro or progestin no problems. It's those fake herbal ai s that allow estrogen to run amuck.

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    And not just my experience but my docs comments the same. 19 nors don't give false high estrogen readings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tectime View Post
    And not just my experience but my docs comments the same. 19 nors don't give false high estrogen readings.
    Thx tec... IT comes back accurate for me too, just no Tren yet , but I appreciate the reply/info... Yeah always pharma(or l-dex)...

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    Ive had labcorb give me HIGH readings 2x using the sensitive test and did read here and other places how it's because of the type of test they use. I have also read this has been corrected. My last sensitive E2 was 379. I sure hope that was a false reading. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovbyts View Post
    Ive had labcorb give me HIGH readings 2x using the sensitive test and did read here and other places how it's because of the type of test they use. I have also read this has been corrected. My last sensitive E2 was 379. I sure hope that was a false reading. lol
    Ahhh thats why you have been so sensitive and emotional lately
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.BB View Post
    Ahhh thats why you have been so sensitive and emotional lately
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