I just had my annual physical for work which was 3 hours long. Stress test on treadmill with EKG, lung test thing on computer, ears, eyes, bloodpressure, hernia, you name it they do it. Plus urine and bloodwork. Ive done two Superdrol cyces this past year with the last one ending about 6 weeks prior to the blood test. I also quit taking all supplements 3 weeks prior to the test because they harp on that stuff.
There are 3 pages of things, so Im not sure what is most important to try to get feedback from you all on. They have categories of Complete Blood Count, hemoglobin,hemacrit, platelets, Automated Differential, contents of blood, Lipids, and other stuff I dont understand. Ill give out the things they highlighted that were out of range but not to a severe degree:
They said this had to do with liver, but it was isolated as all other liver things were good, "ALT=68H" when normal range is only up to 48. HDL Cholesterol was 52L when it should be greater than 55. Iron was 213H when it should be less than 160. Creatinine was 1.4H when it should be less than 1.2.
Those were the only things they highlighted and told me to have my primary care look into.
Think Im still good? I was planning on HOT-ROX and Methoxy-7 until the bottles run out. Lowering carbs and trying to cut some weight. Then hitting Halodrol for 30 days one a day, taking NAC, Milk Thistle, Hawthorne Berry, CoQ10, Red Yeast Rice, along with a multi I always take and anti oxidants. I also have stockpiled some more Superdrol, Prostanazol, Spike, Alpha Male, Rebound XT. I normally do MRPs or Whey shakes too,along with Endurathon and BCAAs during workouts.
Been on a month hit or miss layoff due to working almost every single day and also trying to buy a house, so my conditioning levels are horrible but strength is still up there.
Blood pressure for years has hovered around 140/85, they say borderline bad each time but not bad enough for meds because Im only 31.
Thanks for any input!