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    Blood viscosity

    I know steroids increase it, but some do much worse than others (such as EQ). How do I know which ones do or do not?
    Is there some characteristic of the compound that causes it that I can look for? (Such as dht vs 19nor)
    There doesn't seem to be any sort of rating for it in their respective profiles

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    I'm sure some of the forum experts will be along soon, to help.

    This maybe a good place to start though

    https://www.steroid.com/steroid_profiles.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoldMyBeer View Post
    I know steroids increase it, but some do much worse than others (such as EQ). How do I know which ones do or do not?
    Is there some characteristic of the compound that causes it that I can look for? (Such as dht vs 19nor)
    There doesn't seem to be any sort of rating for it in their respective profiles

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    If you pull a blood panel whenever you use a new compound you'll know for sure how your body reacts.

    If your concerned about CBC levels then stick to Primo, Masteron , TRT Test, and maybe Deca /Tren depending on tolerance.

    Between those compounds you could build a cycle for any purpose and be successful without needing anything else.
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    Anadrol is used to treat anemia and supposedly it has the greatest effect on EPO production of any AAS. Meaning it raises red blood cell count more than anything

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    For my experience, i've noticed that over the fact is pretty individual, short esters have a deep impact on HCT increasing and viscosity. A related factor is due to iron presence in your blood and hepatic storage of ferritin; low iron increase blood viscosity and AAS comsume a lot of iron as indirect consequence of hepatic hepdicin stimulation and erythropoiesis.

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