I cant ignore that I need to do a blood test after so much time and the doctors asking of me.
my worries are the crazy numbers they will see.
what do I say when I DO NOT want to say im taking gear. trenA, test e and recently stanozalol as c19 has caused shipment issues my guy says. not all together. right now, a drop of trenA, a drop of stanozalol, and a drop of testE totol daily shot (for consistency) is 1/4-1/3 cc.
I havent taken it yet but want to get some points of view from veterans. test is going to be crazy high. probably cholestorals running opposites of what they should be. possible kidney/liver issues.
I do have some issue with #1/ not sure if thats an issue. sometimes it shoots out like a rocket for massive amount of time and then other times it comes out with delay or takes forever to finish what seems like 1/4 cup.
I had a bad motorcycle accident last year. tons of broken ribs/collar bone and collapsed left lung.
it has caused me massive water retention since then. since the day I was in the hospital but they said it will go away. it didnt go away. I could hardly put my sneakers on to walk. I had to fight with doctors to give me Furosemide pills to give me relief.
pressing my finger into my shin will cause an imprint. ive gotten some water pills and it helps alleviate bloating, hardness of breathing and back pain as well. shiny skin there and massive itching
1-dr is giving me a hard time to get a water pill on a daily level to relieve the swelling thats been with me for over a year. when I did get them, in a day I felt fantastic after 2-3 hours it would kick in and water works galore.
2-I eat 2 meals of 6 eggs each (yolks/whites) can I say the cholestorol being bad is from that?
3-how do I explain the crazy numbers that probably will show up on the test?
4-is there anything over the counter that REALLY works to relieve water rentention? I eat very clean but cant remove this puffiness I have nonstop.