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rpbb

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Running gear , and rolling at the club , and aren't you in your 40's? I'm sure you weren't just rolling and were drinking too? Dehydration pretty common on x. Sweating your fucking ass off and dancing, not drinking enough fluids. Kidney failure not a surprise .

Poor choices , GL with recovery.
not to mention, he's a parent and should grow the fuck up. now lets get this thread back on track
 

bickel29

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Running gear , and rolling at the club , and aren't you in your 40's? I'm sure you weren't just rolling and were drinking too? Dehydration pretty common on x. Sweating your fucking ass off and dancing, not drinking enough fluids. Kidney failure not a surprise .

Poor choices , GL with recovery.

Definitely some reckless combination of choices made, but it is very common in the game we are playing, unfortunately. Just pay attention to the threads here at Meso, right? Very common.

I use to question fellas here, and advise a more moderate, safer approach. I have kinda toned down that advice a little as to not come across as the guy who is always preaching to other guys.

That said, every time I read a post from a member here, who is talking about their cycle and they list 3, 4, 5 or more compounds, including orals at both the beginning and end of the cycle, and running gear for 16 or 20 or more weeks, I cringe. I cringe FOR them. Then consider that many of us mix in rec drugs and drinking, and it's a very risky recipe for health problems.

The reality is that AAS users tend to have habitual, addictive behaviors before even starting the use of AAS. So it's not surprising that Axl Rose's lyrics become reality for many in our community ... "I use to do a little, but a little was a little, so a little got more and more". And many of us struggle with finding responsible limits on our own "more and more".
 

gr8whitetrukker

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Definitely some reckless combination of choices made, but it is very common in the game we are playing, unfortunately. Just pay attention to the threads here at Meso, right? Very common.

I use to question fellas here, and advise a more moderate, safer approach. I have kinda toned down that advice a little as to not come across as the guy who is always preaching to other guys.

That said, every time I read a post from a member here, who is talking about their cycle and they list 3, 4, 5 or more compounds, including orals at both the beginning and end of the cycle, and running gear for 16 or 20 or more weeks, I cringe. I cringe FOR them. Then consider that many of us mix in rec drugs and drinking, and it's a very risky recipe for health problems.

The reality is that AAS users tend to have habitual, addictive behaviors before even starting the use of AAS. So it's not surprising that Axl Rose's lyrics become reality for many in our community ... "I use to do a little, but a little was a little, so a little got more and more". And many of us struggle with finding responsible limits on our own "more and more".
Those lyrics sound so right. I have an addiction to tortilla chips and jalapeno cheese dip
Or hummus...
I should stop
 

Sk8man101

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I’m sure it contributed. I think my kidneys were weakened/overloaded from Dbol, but other factors contributed. I suffer from sleep deprivation/issues and had been awake for somewhere around 68-72 hours, tripped/fell down my stairs (I think from the seizure, but falling and bracing myself with my left arm is literally the only thing I remember from Sunday night-Wednesday night when I woke up in ICU), my 17-year-old daughter found me in the living room floor at the the bottom of the stairs and called 911, which in itself was pretty much a completely lucky occurrence since she was staying the night at her friends and only happened to swing by the house to pick up something she had forgotten. Apparently I was extremely combative trying to fight off or fight with the paramedics, nurses in the ER and the doctors and rip out my breathing tube and all of the monitor tabs they had put on me, and once there they discovered that my kidneys were failing, my liver was an issue (I don’t drink) and thought I was going to die so they put me in a medically induced coma hoping that my body would recover. Apparently I was supposed to die Monday evening or Tuesday and the crazy thing is I have no recollection of any of this whatsoever. I think my blood pressure was something like 172/109 when I woke up as well.

Appreciate it.



I think I had the seizure which caused me to pass out/go catatonic when I was going down my stairs and I ate it face first, only catching myself with my left arm.



See above. Honestly most of what I know so far has all come from friends or family that happened to be there, or show up shortly after, and fill me in on all the blanks.

Whole thing seems surreal, especially since I was unconscious/in a coma for most of it. When I woke up I literally had no clue where I was, how long I had been there, what led to me being there or why I was there for any reason.

Weirdest feeling. I almost died and I don’t remember experiencing any of it.

And for full disclosure, I had gone to a party at clubs been in San Diego Saturday nights I didn’t end until 4:30 AM and I did take half of an ecstasy pill, which apparently was spiked/cut with shit because on my toxicology report I tested positive for meth which I have definitely never intentionally taken in my life.

This is how I spent Christmas Day, in a coma on life-support restrained to a hospital bed.
Holy shit man.
My wife would be beside herself.
 

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