Interesting his ratios improved on 500mg test/wk though.
Add in additional causative factors. Oxidative stress, hyperhomocystinemia, elevated CRP etc all mediated via AAS use + ehhhh lipids (have you ever been screened for heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia, you could have a milid variation of this, in which case abnormal rates of ROS production in those with FH is also culpable for atherosclerotic burden.)
Edit: nvm, high cholesterol within someone aged 50+ on par with your readings can be induced via a myriad of factors. I was thinking alongside someone my age, those readings would be a serious cause for concern (i.e congenital abnormality)
Your fasting glucose isn’t great, you have dyslipidemia, polycythemia (secondary) and you are aged 50+… and you want to add in anavar?
If you had these bloods and you were 25 you’d probably get away with it, but at your age you are playing with fire