Genetec Pharmaceuticals (Canadian Domestic) intro post.

Discussion in 'Steroid Underground' started by manpower, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. Do you mean hematocrit? As in getting to know the percentage of red blood cells?

    That is also something I should look into, absolutely.
     
  2. Wheelhouse

    Wheelhouse Member

    Blood work you need (at minimum):

    1. testosterone, Total
    2. Testosterone, Free
    3. Sensitive E2 Assay (Not basic estradiol, that's for women)
    4. CBC (Compete blood count)
    5. CMP (Comprehensive metabolic panel)
    6. Lipid Profile (post cycle is fine)
    7. LH and FSH (pre-cycle and post pct)
     
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  3. i think he was talking about the oath that doctors take. Ya' know, the Hemocratic Oath? :D:p
     
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  4. FlawlessSet

    FlawlessSet Member

    He’s referring to HCT test which will be included in the CBC (complete blood count). Essentially showing how concentrated your blood is with red blood cells. When your HCT is high your blood thickens and can be problematic in the long-term the doctors note. My HCT sits above the highest range when running gear and ridiculously high when using equipoise. I personally have never heard of anyone having health problems in the bodybuilding scene due to high HCT.
     
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  5. 3ml

    3ml Member

    Lmao yes that’s it
     
  6. You've got no idea how confused I am right now lmao.

    Anyway, everything has been written down and I'll make it happen.
     
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  7. Btcowboy

    Btcowboy Member

    I donate as often as I can on or off cycle. Then there is the crazy buggers who do self phlebotomy....Yikes....Nope..... Not gonna happen.
     
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  8. k0rkscrew

    k0rkscrew Member

    Dont knock it til you try it man, 16g ain't too bad :)
     
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  9. That's actually a good idea. Does your blood get analyzed?

    Like, do they take a sample and say "Sir, we cannot use your blood. There is a 1000% chance that the patient getting your blood will have massive gainz, which is dangerous for absolutely no reason".
     
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  10. FlawlessSet

    FlawlessSet Member

    When I went to give blood to reduce my HCT they asked if I use anabolic steroids and if I did not to donate so I did not.
     
  11. It's hard to believe they do not analyze the blood later on. What's keeping a psychopath with aids from donating and saying "I'm very healthy"?
     
  12. DILLIGAF

    DILLIGAF Member

    In Canada the donations are screened for that before the blood is ever transfused into anybody
     
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  13. That's what I thought, thank you brother.
     
  14. Btcowboy

    Btcowboy Member

    Yes bloods are screened for infectious disease. You are asked if you take steroids. It's your choice how you answer. They dont screen for hormone. I have heard that by the time the blood is given it has been processed enough that there is very little in way of the hormone in the blood given.
     
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  15. As little as it may be... he'll still feel a nice temporary power up hahah
     
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  16. Cownan

    Cownan Member

    I have something called hematomacrosis. High iron. I have to donate all the time. They ask if I take gear and say no. My blood always gets used. Its type O+ so they love me. They dont give a rats ass about gear. Just infectious diseases like said above
     
  17. i think the main concern is the needle aspect. Say the word needle and/or syringe to most people and their first thought is heroin, where the reuse and sharing of needles is common practice that could result in blood-borne disease.
     
  18. Rivnats

    Rivnats Member

    Mandatory HIV testing on donated blood atleast in Canada
     
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  19. Rivnats

    Rivnats Member

    Donated blood is separated into packed red cells, plasma and platelets through centrifugation which also separates white blood cells, plasma proteins and any hormones attached to them collectively called buffy coat layer. So no need to worry about gear usage for donation purposes. DONATE BLOOD: it's in you to give/live :)
     
  20. ETownSmoke

    ETownSmoke Member

    Man when my daughter was younger she needed more blood then they had ready so they took from me. That when I discovered they don’t actually care about any of it, the one and only question ask was have I self medicated in the last 12 months. Plus since then I’ve donated a half dozen times and that’s still the only question they ask.
     
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