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Thread: How does tren, deca, eq, etc. show up in blood work?

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    How does tren, deca, eq, etc. show up in blood work?

    I can't seem to get a straight answer here.
    Obviously, running test will show up as total test in blood work.
    However, how do other compounds like tren , deca , eq, etc. show up?
    Do they show up as free test?
    If your doing you mid cycle blood work, how do you know if your compounds other than test are gtg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtail View Post
    I can't seem to get a straight answer here.
    Obviously, running test will show up as total test in blood work.
    However, how do other compounds like tren , deca , eq, etc. show up?
    Do they show up as free test?
    If your doing you mid cycle blood work, how do you know if your compounds other than test are gtg?
    You can pay to get your gear tested other than that you could look at estradiol and prolactin but again that'll be irrelevant if your taking an AI (which is you should be)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtail View Post
    I can't seem to get a straight answer here.
    Obviously, running test will show up as total test in blood work.
    However, how do other compounds like tren , deca , eq, etc. show up?
    Do they show up as free test?
    If your doing you mid cycle blood work, how do you know if your compounds other than test are gtg?
    I have heard that....
    tren can show up as estrogen on bloodwork
    deca can show up as testosterone

    Not sure about any others....
    However all AAS are going to mess up your lipids and hermatocrit and blood pressure and such...

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    It depends on the type of test ECLIA or LC/MSMS. Some people have problems with Deca skewing their test numbers higher.
    You can run a Google on it for more info or check this link. Page 7 lists some interference substances.
    http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_d...ws/k093421.pdf

    Also, read this thread, particularly post #16, I believe?
    http://forums.steroid.com/hormone-re...st-method.html
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