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    Bigbadwolf250 is offline Associate Member
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    Blood work results e2. Help!

    So been cruising on test 200 mg for about 4 weeks now after my cycle of test,npp, and anavar .

    Been pinning mon and thurs and taking 12.5 mg aromasin on pin days.

    Have not got my testosterone numbers yet but the estrogen came back.

    Got my blood work on Friday and last pin day and ai use before that was Monday prior so not sure if that affected it as much.

    But

    Estradiol - 46

    Estradiol ultrasensative - 60

    Seems high for cruise dose and ai?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    What are the ranges on both the estradiol tests?
    Estradiol < 39
    Estradiol ultra sensative < 29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    What are the ranges on both the estradiol tests?
    This ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    This ^^
    Replied above thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    Are you having any high estrogen negative sides? If not, and depending on what your total and free t comes back as, I would say just let it ride.

    Is your gear pharma or UGL?
    Yea ugl. Maybe my ai is underdosed but yell ill wait till the test levels come back.

    Maresearch chems got good ais. In case my ugl one is shi*.

    Also what's the difference between the two estrodiol and ultra sensative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    I will share my thermometer example here again.

    Thermometers are calibrated within a certain range. The ones that we use in the oven for cooking are widely calibrated between, say between 250 and 700 degrees. They also tend to be a bit less sensitive - a few degrees one way or the other doesn't make a difference: if the thermometer says 425 but it is really 428, that isn't going to impact things one bit.

    Thermometers that we use to take our body temp are much more narrowly calibrated and also more sensitive. They typically read between 95 to 105, are are reasonably accurate down to a tenth of a degree, because a "few degrees one way or the other" DOES make a difference here. That level of variance would be entirely unacceptable in this type of thermometer.

    The standard vs sensitive test is kind of like this example, with the standard being the oven thermometer, and the sensitive being the body temp one.
    So my e2 level is more so 60 than it is 46

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    Yes, that is correct. I've never seen the standard estradiol come back lower than the sensitive, normally it seems to be the other way around.
    Yea thats what confused me

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