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Old 06-23-2005, 03:37 PM   #1
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I just got some of my lab results back, more detailed liver results in a week or so.
Since December I have done a 4 week cycle of M1T/4ad then pct. Late Jan I started a CKD diet and ran 4Mohn for 6 weeks until intoducing SD into the mix for another 4 weeks. Actually was on a CKD for 13 weeks. Was also running Methal-rage the whole time. Ran pct and then another 2 weeks on M1T and 4/ad but only 5mg of M1T ED. Last week I finish my pct so I decided to find out what damage I have done. I took all the precautions I could during this whole cycle. Didn’t feel it was necessary to go into detail.

Total Protein 7.4
Albumin 4.1
Total Bilirubin 0.5
Akaline Phosphatase 82
AST 39
ALT 58
Direct Bilirubin 0.2
Total Cholesterol 209
Triglyceride 54
HDL 62
LDL 136
Cholesterol to HDL Ratio 3.4


BP 120/80 5’10” Current weight 209 10%bf

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Old 06-24-2005, 09:07 PM   #2
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Is that data considered normal Doc? Care to give us the usual range of those values for healthy adults?
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Is that data considered normal Doc? Care to give us the usual range of those values for healthy adults?
good question....yea i really wish i understood half of that stuff lol
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AST & ALT are a tad high, but the cholesterol numbers look GREAT!
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According to standards they are a little high but that is also a highly debated subject so with that being said I am having an extensive test ran, because I can and post you any results.
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if anybody didnt watch the thing on HBO Real Sports today about healthy male adults and how there have ZERO ties between anabolics and deaths or injuries.Even in long term studies! I was watching it today... and there was this 72 year old guy on who has been using for about 30 years...

http://www.hbo.com/realsports/storie...arianview.html
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According to standards they are a little high but that is also a highly debated subject so with that being said I am having an extensive test ran, because I can and post you any results.
When u post the results next time, post the normal range also. So that laymen like me can figure it out, after all I am not the doctor, u are.
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