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    Hello all been a while. I Went to my local blood donation clinic and they pricked my finger and said my iron and hemoglobin were too high and asked if I was on TRT - to which I declined. If the hemaglobin is over 20 they won’t let you donate mine is 20.3 last time last year I was able to donate because it was in the 19.x range I recall. Can I go to immediate care or ER to get my blood removed ? Or if worse comes to worse I can have my gf who’s in nursing school stick me with an iv and leave one end open and drain it into a measuring cup Tony Huge style. Any thoughts ? I’m running 50 anadrol now and 750 test a week for past 4 weeks I’m dropping anadrol and lowering test to 500 until I donate. Thanks for the help guys.

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    Stay off the drop for a month or 2. Lower the test to 500 and go back in a month. Blood should be thin enough.

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    • #3
      Stop following Tony Huge. You'll live longer.

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      • #4
        I've been thinking about you Traps. Did you hit it big with your crypto investments?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by AvidFisherman View Post
          I've been thinking about you Traps. Did you hit it big with your crypto investments?
          I did good I can’t complain still gotta work my job though . Technically I should be a multimillionaire considering I invested in 2015 when the market cap was just 4 billion and this year at its peak it hit 1.7-1.8 trillion. Live and learn though.

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          • #6
            did not drink water) like taking omega helps with these

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TrapsBrah View Post
              Hello all been a while. I Went to my local blood donation clinic and they pricked my finger and said my iron and hemoglobin were too high and asked if I was on TRT - to which I declined. If the hemaglobin is over 20 they won’t let you donate mine is 20.3 last time last year I was able to donate because it was in the 19.x range I recall. Can I go to immediate care or ER to get my blood removed ? Or if worse comes to worse I can have my gf who’s in nursing school stick me with an iv and leave one end open and drain it into a measuring cup Tony Huge style. Any thoughts ? I’m running 50 anadrol now and 750 test a week for past 4 weeks I’m dropping anadrol and lowering test to 500 until I donate. Thanks for the help guys.
              I won't be much of an adviser in this matter. However, in the old days (before the 20th century), bloodletting was considered a cure for all diseases. Clearly, this is a misconception.
              But under sterile conditions, you may very well "give yourself blood".

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