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    Heel94 is offline Junior Member
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    Blood work posted

    Here is the full blood work write up I just had done. A few things flagged and was hoping some of the more experienced members could chime in to help me interpret this to see if I should be concerned about anything
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    What type of blood work is this? Before cycle, On cycle or Post Cycle (PCT). Your stats, age, weight, BG, etc will help as well. If on cycle please post what you are running and for how long. It looks like you are on cycle with the test numbers. What are you taking, if anything for your Cholesterol?
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    Apologies. This is on cycle. Week 10 of test E 750/wk and winstrol 90mg ed, aromasin 25mg ed. 6’7 300lb powerlifter

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    The only thing that I see is your E levels. Liver and kidneys look good. I will let someone that is better at looking at these numbers with your compounds take it from here. Thanks for posting, it helps others.

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    Actually your BW is great for on cycle with the exception of cholesterol. Total is high which is really not that significant. When you compare triglycerides and your HDL level your risk of a cardiac event is low. That said, Red Yeast Rice would help with your LDL and Slo-Niacin will improve HDL.
    E2 is always better a little higher than lower unless dialing in for a BB show, but that's not the case here.
    It's normal for ALT and AST to elevate simply from working out. Yours are barely elevated and nothing to worry about. NAC, UDCA or TUCDA should be in your supplement protocol though.
    Great hematocrit level. Have you given blood recently?
    Nice to see your gear is good as well.

    You're doing fine.
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