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Old 12-19-18, 10:07 AM
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I have an appointment here in a bit with a new doctor. My goal is to get my refill on script test and also getting a full check up; fertility is being discussed.

These numbers here, were my last tren days. This is when I was doing year long tren cycles. Now since i haven't, igf has been consistently low.

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Old 12-19-18, 10:23 AM
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I've definitely heard that tren can have a stimulating effect on IGF levels. I'm not sure how factual that is though.
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Old 12-19-18, 10:54 AM
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I've definitely heard that tren can have a stimulating effect on IGF levels. I'm not sure how factual that is though.
Well to me it was quite significant, you've seen mine before. This is like 400 points higher.

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Old 12-19-18, 10:59 AM
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yea that's pretty significant. 400 point difference is high.
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Old 12-19-18, 11:04 AM
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yea that's pretty significant. 400 point difference is high.
I'll be running tren within the year or so for like 6 months. This will definitely debunk the myth.

As many times that I've done labs in the past 1.5yrs(9 of them) one thing has been consistently shown; IGF levels super low and coincidence or not, while OFF tren.

I have labs that go back to 2004 with high igf and I was on tren then; I mean when have I not been on tren lol.


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Curious why you had IGF-2 checked and not IGF-1? Looks like your IGF-2 results (564) are within normal levels (267-616). So it doesn’t look high.

For IGF-1 the normal rage for you would be 75-216. Now if this number was 564 you wouldn’t definitely be very high.
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Curious why you had IGF-2 checked and not IGF-1? Looks like your IGF-2 results (564) are within normal levels (267-616). So it doesn’t look high.

For IGF-1 the normal rage for you would be 75-216. Now if this number was 564 you wouldn’t definitely be very high.
I'll dig up the igf levels when they were also high. Doc requested the labs, not me.

The point is that being on Tren, my igf levels were never low.

Just digging up old stuff and found it interesting.

This new doc I'm about to see, is definitely probably the best one I've had yet.

I will be doing a long process check up.

Full physical
EKG
EEG

And a neurosonography....all this will begin this month and go for a good month. Once all that is set, I'll be back on and will play around with a few things.



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Old 12-19-18, 11:27 AM
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You said that your IGF was low post tren use. Have you had it tested recently and what was your score?
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Old 12-19-18, 11:28 AM
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Well to me it was quite significant, you've seen mine before. This is like 400 points higher.

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I think you’re getting confused and comparing your IGF-2 results to your IGF-1 results.
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Old 12-19-18, 11:32 AM
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You said that your IGF was low post tren use. Have you had it tested recently and what was your score?
Chadd...all of the labs that I've posted in the past year, is no tren and igf was low. Last labs was in may when I stopped everything and getting labs soon so I can see where I'm at.



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Old 12-19-18, 11:35 AM
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I think you’re getting confused and comparing your IGF-2 results to your IGF-1 results.
Umm no...both have been high on numbers based off labs.

In other words I have had 400 and 500 points of igf and igf 2.



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You said it was 400 points higher than before. What results are you comparing?
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You said it was 400 points higher than before. What results are you comparing?
From the ones I've taken in the past year (low 100s)

Vs the ones I've taken many many years ago and in the 400s plus.



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