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    ayoparky is offline New Member
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    Thinking about stopping mid cycle.

    I am currently running 500 mg's Test E every week for 10 weeks along with 25 mg d-bol everyday for 6 weeks along with .5 mg Arimidex eod. This is my first cycle. My current gear is from a UGL that will remain nameless, and tomorrow will be the start of my 4th week. I have had decent gains so far (up 10 lbs in 3 weeks). All that being said, I have come across a source that can provide me with pharmaceutical grade gear, and I want to stop my cycle now, and switch over to the newer, better gear. The new gear will not be available to me for 3 weeks. Should I stop my current cycle and wait, or should I just keep going? If I stop now, do I need to do PCT and if so for how long? Any input or helpful info would be much appreciated. Thanks for the help.

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    What makes the pharmaceutical grade gear any better? I would continue running what you've got until the other gear comes in and switch over. No reason to stop and restart. That will cause more potential problems in the long haul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPete33 View Post
    What makes the pharmaceutical grade gear any better? I would continue running what you've got until the other gear comes in and switch over. No reason to stop and restart. That will cause more potential problems in the long haul.
    Well, everything...
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    ayparky,

    If you choose not to continue and switch later, it's a very tough call whether you need PCT or not. Sometimes it's safe to stop without PCT but you're very border line. PCT would be safer considering you didn't use hCG on cycle. 3 ri 4 weeks PCT.
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    Pull bloods and determine how effective your ugl gear is.
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    Im not a vet by any means. But you figure u will be doing another cycle after this one anyways right? Why nit finish this cycle through with proper pct. And even still buy your new pharm gear now. So with the proper time off and recovery you already have everything on hand for a good second cycle?

    Just my 2 cents.

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    Ok. Sounds like I should just keep going with my current gear and either switch when my new stuff comes or just save the new stuff until my next cycle. I have also heard of people running a cycle for as long as 16 weeks. Is there any way I could extend my cycle that long so that I can run my new gear for a/b 10 weeks-12 weeks.

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    Yeh run this one. Get bloods done.

    Run the "pharm" gear n get bloods done.

    Just to be sure in both cases

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