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Thread: Trenbolone and increased CRB counts (high BP)

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    Post Trenbolone and increased CRB counts (high BP)

    The other day I was reading the following

    Thereís a notion that the more the RCB in the blood, the better it is. Sadly, thatís not the case. Trenbolone can cause your HCT levels to rise to alarmingly high levels. In simple terms, it turns your blood into thick, jelly like consistency greatly increasing the risk of forming blood clots.
    Does this mean that high blood pressure patients (on high BP meds) should never touch tren ?

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    the increase in RBC and Hematrocirt levels is a POSITVE side effect and benefit of AAS usage.. thats part of what they were designed to do for many reasons. its part of how they help with diseases and healing, increase sports performance , etc. etc..

    this whole notion that a bit elevated hematocrit is a negative thing is bullshit.. it doesn't' turn your blood to sludge. the problem only comes when your blood platelet counts are elevated ALONG WITH high hematocrit. thats when their is a concern. and 90% of guys walking around with higher hematocrit levels probably don't have high blood platelet count along with it.
    but its always worth it to get blood work and find out ..

    heres a post of mine that may add some insight

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    the decrease in cardio capacity from EQ over time and high dosages of AAS was likely NOT from increased hematocrit.

    the lethargy that kicks in deep into a cycle of high dosages of deca , anadrol , [Tren ] eq, etc.. is not from elevated RBC or hematocrit.

    elevated RBC and hematocrit are going to increase cardio capacity, not decrease it. but some guys will say, 'yeah but if it gets too high then your blood thickens and cardio capacity goes down' , bullshit . your heamatoacrit is not getting anywhere close to the levels that a professional cyclist or endurance athlete gets his levels to for competition.. your little bit of deca or eq might get your hematocrit up to say 50 , but thats no where close to what these endurance athletes are at getting up to 59-60 using things like EPO and blood doping (ie, draining blood then adding in more blood and RBC before the competition).

    so why on earth would professional endurance athletes purposely go to such great lengths to get their hematocrit levels so high, if high hematocrit decreases cardio capacity and performance ?? umm , yeah they wouldn't . they do it because high hematocrit/rbc increases performance.


    now the thing that these athletes don't do to increase their RBC is take 800mg of Eq or Deca. thats going to result in blood volumization via nutrient and water retention and possible slight slight edema. thats what causes the drop off in cardio capacity and lethargy , NOT the elevation of RBC..
    bodybuilders get increased RBC and its not even close to the levels an endurance athlete gets to and he gets tired and lethargic.. but again its not because increased hematocrit levels, its because of volumization and water retention. endurance athletes get their hematocrit levels much higher then a bodybuilder and perform better, but they don't increase their body weight, or nutrient volumization or get water retention. they are taking drugs like EPO to increase RBC, which is not an AAS and does not volumize cells or cause water retention.


    so again. the reason you felt your cardio go to crap was not because your hematocrit was elevated (it probably wasn't anywhere near the range of a professional endurance athlete), it was from cell volumization, water retention, and possible slight cardiac and pulmonary edema.

    also of note - Eq does not necessarily increase hematocrit more then any other AAS unless your genetically pre-disposed to that. plenty of guys take Eq and hematocrit is always in range or top of the range (if they want higher hematocrit for cardio performance they should look to other drugs).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgs59 View Post
    The other day I was reading the following

    ""Thereís a notion that the more the RCB in the blood, the better it is. Sadly, thatís not the case. Trenbolone can cause your HCT levels to rise to alarmingly high levels. In simple terms, it turns your blood into thick, jelly like consistency greatly increasing the risk of forming blood clots""
    whoever wrote that only has a surface knowledge of AAS and human biology . so saying what he says sounds true on the surface and actually may have some merit to it, but the fact that he didn't go deep enough , he ends up being completely wrong and giving out false information
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgs59 View Post
    The other day I was reading the following



    Does this mean that high blood pressure patients (on high BP meds) should never touch tren?
    Stop following whichever youtube channel or clueless person wrote that.
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    Thanks guys for explaining, It was from this article
    https://www.woho.org/trenbolone-tren/

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