I've been corresponding with a reputable member of the board about this, but I'm going to place this out in the open, because it's a good topic for discussion, and I'm tired of bothering this person via PM. I'm currently using test-e at a supposed 750mg/wk, +/- (my first bottle was from a UGL, so could actually be more - I've heard recent stories that this lab was consistently overdosed, so from what I've heard, could be closer to a gram a week).
I’m 2-1/2 weeks in, with a frontload, and have developed some really bad sides (noticed the start of gyno this morning, have high BP (high 140’s/low 150’s over 100 and up over the course of several readings) which as of yesterday has me on an ACE inhibitor, sporadic anxiety (no anxiety problems in my personal adult history), and possible polycythemia.
I’m: hitting the nolva as of today for the gyno, upping my adex dosage from .4mg ED to maybe .75mg ED(looks like too much aromatase conversion and resulting high E levels between the anxiety and the gyno???), and am taking aspirin right now to thin my blood until I can donate a pint (found a place that will take the pint tomorrow).
Here’s my question: do you knowledgeable vets think I should stay the course and keep up these measures, or should I back off (reduce dosage or quit altogether)? If I reduce the dosage, would that kill all gains that I may make? I’ve heard ‘bro science’ theories that reducing the dosage once into the cycle will kill gains, as the body ‘gets used to’ that larger dosage, so reducing it is pissing away gear. Thanks in advance, fellows!