Pharmasource test Bloodwork

Discussion in 'Steroid Lab Testing' started by Sudz, Jun 6, 2018.

  1. Sudz

    Sudz Member

    2B42F948-108C-4A77-812D-956044033A45.png 2 Galenika amps per week (500mg) , 360mg (1.2) cc of his NPP.
    Best testosterone I’ve ever used, no pip or lumps. Feeling great. Also running his aromasin 12.5mg /day. The npp very smooth also no pip or lumps!
    Bloods taken at 6 weeks on and 48 hours after last pin.
     
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  2. mands

    mands Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Looks like good numbers.

    mands
     
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  3. Ty for sharing:)
     
  4. Sudz

    Sudz Member

    67582A32-A3F3-43DC-B90F-FA65534444F8.png Sorry guys I forgot the other half with the date. Starting to think I might be anemic. If you look at my previous bloods you’ll notice That I have a consistentcy of the same highs and lows flagged. But atleast you’ll know I’m not full of shit or some reverse scammer like some source tried to claim...
     
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  5. High RBC, low hemoglobin, good hematocrit... i'm confused as fuck right now.

    Blood donation should bring down the RBC, but in turn would further lower the already low hemoglobin...?

    Paging @Dr JIM
     
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  6. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    These numbers are CW ANEMIA!

    The high RBC is likely the result of the machine counting all RBC lines.

    Anemic folk churn out immature smaller cells from their bone marrow which results in a HIGH RBC count a Low MCV (esp if Iron defecience is the cause)
    and a high RDW

    The latter being a reflection in the degree of variation of RBC SIZE

    Hope that helps
    Jim
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2018
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  7. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    And while these numbers may be expected in menstruating gals, a
    Crit/Hgb of less than 39/13 in a mate warrants further investigation, or at least a repeat CBC.
     
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  8. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    For the purposes of blood donation folk are better off relying upon
    their H/H and ignore all the other indices.

    That’s what the ARC does and tos is a good example of WHY

    JIM
     
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  9. HIGHRISK

    HIGHRISK Member

    Which test was this? The one I got didn't have free test level.
     
  10. Sudz

    Sudz Member

    HORMONE PANEL WITH F&T testosterone LC/MS-MS
    Price: $103.99
     
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  11. HIGHRISK

    HIGHRISK Member

    Thank you sir
     
  12. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    Is the e2 sensitive with that test?
     
  13. Sudz

    Sudz Member

    I dont know sorry.