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    Tes levels

    So my question is this I've been taking 200mg cip every 7-10days per dr .. levels been around 350-400 over yr. Changed drs and this dr added blocker, and wants me to take 81mg asp daily ( my line of work really dont want to thin my blood out). Do 4 wks and come back in for bloodwork . I wanted to be in 500-700 range
    So asp daily , blocker on shot day , if my level was still low would give me booster.. so I took .5 wk for 4 wks . Rechecked my levels tes was 984.. why 1mg wk I'm 400 , but .5wk im almost 1000. I'm having to go give blood said my red blood count high also. Can someone explain this to me why my levels changed that much taking less
    I messed around with this when I was kid few cycles and rolled on ... thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brew1 View Post
    So my question is this I've been taking 200mg cip every 7-10days per dr .. levels been around 350-400 over yr. Changed drs and this dr added blocker, and wants me to take 81mg asp daily ( my line of work really dont want to thin my blood out). Do 4 wks and come back in for bloodwork . I wanted to be in 500-700 range
    So asp daily , blocker on shot day , if my level was still low would give me booster.. so I took .5 wk for 4 wks . Rechecked my levels tes was 984.. why 1mg wk I'm 400 , but .5wk im almost 1000. I'm having to go give blood said my red blood count high also. Can someone explain this to me why my levels changed that much taking less
    I messed around with this when I was kid few cycles and rolled on ... thanks
    By a blocker do you mean aromatase inhibitor like anastrozole? If so, that would be part of the reason for the increase.
    If you split.your injections up into twice per week, you will get more stable values, less conversion to E2, and may not need a "blocker".
    You really would he better off incorporating HCG into your protocol.

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