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    gymjones is offline New Member
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    What to ask the Dr. to get blood work during cycle?

    Im on week 4 of my cycle right now and would like to get some blood work done. My cycle is Test E 300mg/wk, Tren E 600mg/wk and Tbol 50mg/day.

    How do you guys ask for blood work from the Dr? What tests should I be asking for?

    Thanks guys

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    Maybe it's different in your state but down here you can request any blood panel you want without a physician.

    If you're trying to do it through insurance then simply do it through a quest labs or labcorp facility as all major medical carriers cover one of those two labs.

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    Total T, free T, sensitive e2, hemocrit, liver panel...

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    If you do bloodwork while on gear and your doctor reviews the results, hes going to know your sauced up. Just letting you know

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    You just go to a lab and ask for private bloodwork.

    CBC
    Metabolic panel
    Cholesterol panel
    Total testosterone
    Sensitive estradiol
    Prolactin
    Last edited by Mr.BB; 04-28-2018 at 06:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gymjones View Post
    I’m on week 4 of my cycle right now and would like to get some blood work done. My cycle is Test E 300mg/wk, Tren E 600mg/wk and Tbol 50mg/day.

    How do you guys ask for blood work from the Dr? What tests should I be asking for?

    Thanks guys
    I wouldn't recommend you let your doc see your in cycle blood numbers. He's going to FREAK when he see's your numbers. He's going to have to record it and no your insurance is going to know about it. If, in the future, something goes South with your health, your insurance could say it was because of your cycle. Spend a little money and get your own blood work done.

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