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    Waking up DRENCHED

    Hi all,

    So I took a little break from gear, went off cycle. And recently, few weeks ago, I hopped back on test and growth hormone .

    Lately Iíve been waking up in the morning in a puddle of sweat, which usually happens when Iím fighting an infection or somethingÖ.

    My bed gets absolutely drenched. Started when I hopped back on cycle. Or at the very least it got much worse.

    I noticed that it happens when I eat closer to bed time, but idk if the two are related.

    Iím also having a harder time falling asleep.


    Any thoughts? Ty for your time.

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    IMO, sounds Psycho-social. Only test and GH? Maybe the increased androgen, or some combo with that is activating you in sleep? Noticing anything else? I wouldn't know much abut how poor quality ingredients could do this, or not do it. My area, professionally, is CRAZY.

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    It should calm down. In the meantime sleep on a large, thick towel and when you wake up during the night just toss it. Always worked for me.
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    put shower curtain under ur sheets so matress does not get ruined.

    Wife does it when i use tren .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooseman33 View Post
    put shower curtain under ur sheets so matress does not get ruined.

    Wife does it when i use tren.
    Thats not a bad idea. My sheets and pillows are orange/brown after awhile. I told her white sheets were a bad ideaÖ. I only use 150mg a week too

    OP give it some time. Your metabolism is speeding up, it should level out soon

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    Turn the AC on while you sleep and get some fans pointed at you in bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tempest818 View Post
    Hi all,

    So I took a little break from gear, went off cycle. And recently, few weeks ago, I hopped back on test and growth hormone .

    Lately Iíve been waking up in the morning in a puddle of sweat, which usually happens when Iím fighting an infection or somethingÖ.

    My bed gets absolutely drenched. Started when I hopped back on cycle. Or at the very least it got much worse.

    I noticed that it happens when I eat closer to bed time, but idk if the two are related.

    Iím also having a harder time falling asleep.


    Any thoughts? Ty for your time.
    its been my experience that being on a blast cycle causes me to sweat much more when i sleep. tren causes night sweats more so than other compounds.

    my thoughts are that it is part of the game, so sleep with less blankets. in fact i only use one thin bed sheet when i sleep, using a blanket at all would make me sweat profusely

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    Are you sure you have actual test and not something mislabled? This sounds like a tren symptom

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