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Fullblown

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  1. Can't go wrong with Inno brother. They've always had an excellent product for a long time. Can get expensive at times.
  2. Usually bloodwork panels have the ranges for certain things they test. Actually all if im not mistaken. Check your copy of your bloodwork and you may get a better idea as to what you're looking at/for
  3. Oh if you have an appointment with an endo I would hope they'd do blood for you. That should be their baseline anyways amongst your symptoms as well.
  4. I agree. A lot of new guys also don't want to put in the time to stick around, learn, contribute and be an upstanding member on the forums of their choice. They just want gear.
  5. That right there makes complete sense.
  6. I definitely do agree with you for most of that. I really do. MY point was that people really do need to be their own judge. I could sit here and read some dude, or girls review and know its bullshit or not. It's very easy to tell who's pushing what products by the tone of their reviews. I think its important to weed out the bullshit because there is a lot of it out there. Even good well reputable labs every now and again produce a shittier product, whether its raws, dosing, whatever the case. It happens. As for listening to Vets, I also agree. But not at all vets in my opinion provide good enough reviews. They could easily just be pushing certain products. It's happened before and quite frankly it will always happen bro. Nonetheless all good points on your account. Some are debatable, and that's good when it comes to jabbing yourself with a potentially unknown product.
  7. Possibly. But just thought you should know so you can at least check into it.
  8. Ive also got coverage for a naturopath. However, my benefits did NOT cover bloodwork. Maybe something to look into! I just use my family Dr now.
  9. Personally, I have never heard of them, nor tried obviously. So im definitely neutral in if its a good or poor lab, but either way I am of the mentality that if it's good quality stuff eventually time will tell and the proof will show. Same goes if its a terrible lab with bad quality gear, etc then time will tell. With labs these days popping up often sometimes its difficult to weed out the bad stuff and it doesn't help when online forums are constantly bashing every individual for what lab they're using, whether its new pop-up or a long time running lab. I think a lot of the reviews on any lab whether good or bad hopefully come from someone YOU trust. If so, don't listen to all the other bullshit that is out there. I've tried brand new labs that have yielded far greater results of those who've been around for some time. Just use your better judgement and make a somewhat informed decision. Really, the only true way to give an honest an open review is to try it yourself, rather than listening to everyone that chimes in because "this lab is the best ever" or "this lab is shit because so and so said so". You need to be your own judge in that respect. Take it for a grain of salt.
  10. That's awesome. Lol
  11. I unfortunately didn't realize a lot of the stuff that happened right off the bat and was lucky enough to find some good guys on a US board that answered a lot of the questions I had. Eventually it led me to this board. I wouldn't be able to review this brand nor would I want to put myself in the position to do so. Everyone is entitled to give reviews regardless and its important that we all do, good or bad.
  12. Tren absolutely destroys my cardio. However, with that being said I have run a Test/Tren/EQ cycle before and noticed my cardio wasn't as affected by the tren as it normally would be.
  13. Awesome post MB. This is an excellent read.
  14. Fullblown

    Damn snow

    Jesus! Here we go again! Fml
  15. I agree here. I like the var around 60mg per day. However with the rest you dont even really need the var
  16. Either way your doc xant withold your results from you. You have every right to see your results as his/her patient.
  17. I second all of this. Reason being i went through this myself a couple years back. I had random bloodwork done and my creatinine was through the roof high. I went to see a nephrologist and he did the bloodwork again, also ordered a CT and ultrasound of my kidneys. Function of kidneys were excellent. However the creatinine was still high. not as bad for second round of blood panels but still high. I kept up on my bloodwork for approximately 3 months and eventually my creatinine went back to normal. Since then i've continued to get bloods done every 3 months on my own with a nephrology panel like rhyno said. All good now! However if the Doc is suggesting a biopsy, i'd definitely strongly consider it brother. Keep us posted
  18. Beautiful picture. That's awesome!
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