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Old 05-16-18, 08:59 AM
Aspirin to Lower Blood Pressure and Thin the Blood on AAS
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Anyone on a steroid cycle that is concerned about "thick" blood or blood pressure issues should be taking daily aspirin.

Aspirin has been shown not only to thin the blood but also has the ability to substantially lower blood pressure.

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A daily aspirin can lower hypertension, a Spanish study shows.

An aspirin taken every night lowers hypertension Dr. Ramon C. Hermida reported Wednesday at the American Society of Hypertension annual meeting, in New Orleans.

A previous study by Hermida, who is director of bioengineering and chronobiology at the University of Vigo, showed the same beneficial effect of bedtime aspirin for people with moderately high blood pressure. The new report is the first study to show the drug's benefit — although only when taken at night — with prehypertension, defined as blood pressure just below the 140/90 level. Prehypertension is a known warning sign of future risk of heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular problems.

Why aspirin should do its good work for blood pressure at night but not in the daytime is not clear, Hermida said. Research indicates that it can slow the production of hormones and other substances in the body that cause clotting, many of which are produced while the body is at rest.

The three-month study included 244 adults diagnosed with prehypertension. A third of them were advised to follow general rules of hygiene and diet designed to reduce blood pressure, another third were told to take a 100-milligram aspirin tablet every night at bedtime, and the final third were told to take the same aspirin dose on awakening.

Researchers monitored blood pressure levels at 20-minute intervals from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and at 30-minute intervals at night before the trial began and three months later.

Systolic blood pressure (the higher number in the 140/90 reading) dropped 5.4 points and diastolic pressure by 3.4 points for those taking aspirin before bedtime. No drop in blood pressure was found in those taking morning aspirin or following the general guidelines.

"There is some evidence that taking a variety of medications, including those for hypertension, at night is associated with greater blood pressure reduction than taking them in the morning," said Dr. Suzanne Oparil, president of the American Society for Hypertension. "I don't think we know why."

It's possible that there might be better absorption of the medication by the gastrointestinal tract at night, said Oparil, who is a professor of medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

"It's all a little bit speculative about why, but I think the observation is solid," she said.

In a statement, Hermida said the new findings "show us that we cannot underestimate the impact of the body's circadian rhythms."

"The beneficial effects of time-dependent administration of aspirin have until now been largely unknown in people with prehypertension," he said. "Personalizing treatment according to one's own rhythms gives us a new option to optimize blood pressure control and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease down the line."
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Good post.

I always have baby aspirin just in case

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i'm gonna start using it everyday. blood pressure jumped up a lot when i got on deca. i was 155/90 yesterday. too high for my taste. gonna use aspirin for a month and see where my BP goes. i'll post the results. not gonna change anything else. diet, cycle, training, supps, everything will stay exactly the same. so if it changes at all we will know its the aspirin.
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Here's what I take everyday
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Duh. I just said baby aspirin shit head

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how long you been taking it chadd? what do you think..has it helped?
It's good for old guys like u. In case u start having a stroke

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i'm gonna start using it everyday. blood pressure jumped up a lot when i got on deca. i was 155/90 yesterday. too high for my taste. gonna use aspirin for a month and see where my BP goes. i'll post the results. not gonna change anything else. diet, cycle, training, supps, everything will stay exactly the same. so if it changes at all we will know its the aspirin.
Fuck that. My shit was 165/90 on a gram of test/no AI few years ago and felt like shit.. took my ass to the emergency room cause I'm one of the biggest hypchandriac. I was naive tho

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Fuck that. My shit was 165/90 on a gram of test/no AI few years ago and felt like shit.. took my ass to the emergency room cause I'm one of the biggest hypchandriac. I was naive tho

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When you say you felt like shit what were your symptoms?
Headaches. Anxiety . Obviously high e2 was the culprit

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No shit I was posting the link because it's a great deal on aspirin.
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how long you been taking it chadd? what do you think..has it helped?
I've been doing it now for 2 years every since I had a small tear in my artery. I really can't tell you that I feel the benefits of it as it's more of a preventive action.
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No shit I was posting the link because it's a great deal on aspirin.
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https://livertox.nlm.nih.gov/Aspirin.htm

Not something I'd use for long periods of time and not take a break.

I've done the aspirin thing many years ago.

Check out the chart half way down the link.
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Not something I'd use for long periods of time and not take a break.

I've done the aspirin thing many years ago.

Check out the chart half way down the link.
Yea but did you see the aspirin doses they were talking about? Crazy high doses for liver toxicity.

If your using baby aspirin once per day there is no effect on liver values from what I can see.
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Yea but did you see the aspirin doses they were talking about? Crazy high doses for liver toxicity.

If your using baby aspirin once per day there is no effect on liver values from what I can see.
Yea I did.

Listen I'm a supporter for aspirin. But many studies in the past have shown aspirin being very destructive on the liver, similar to 17aa type drugs.

But once I get these labs back here in a day or so, I am planning on adding it to my schedule. Then I'll run labs again I 12 weeks to see if it had any positive impact.

I'm off everything ATM...not gonna lie, feels fucking good just being normal for almost 2 weeks now.


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Yea I did.

Listen I'm a supporter for aspirin. But many studies in the past have shown aspirin being very destructive on the liver, similar to 17aa type drugs.

But once I get these labs back here in a day or so, I am planning on adding it to my schedule. Then I'll run labs again I 12 weeks to see if it had any positive impact.

I'm off everything ATM...not gonna lie, feels fucking good just being normal for almost 2 weeks now.


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Show me a single study that shows a baby aspirin a day being anywhere near as destructive to the liver as a 17-aa.
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Show me a single study that shows a baby aspirin a day being anywhere near as destructive to the liver as a 17-aa.
Who the fuck said baby aspirin? Man shut up and go bark elsewhere
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That's what the fuck we are talking about dipshit. Look at Chads link.

You don't need 1000mgs per day of aspirin for the effect we are looking for you stupid shit.
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That's what the fuck we are talking about dipshit. Look at Chads link.

You don't need 1000mgs per day of aspirin for the effect we are looking for you stupid shit.
Yea I seen it. But I never said baby aspirin..so i can't generalize in general chats? Shut up bro



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started the aspirin yesterday. gonna take 1 325mg tab before bed and test BP again in 1 month. taking the aspirin before bed is more effective according to a few studies. something to do with certain hormones that control BP at night.

i will switch to the baby aspirin depending on the results. not going to stay at 325mgs forever. just want to see how effective this is without changing anything else.
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started the aspirin yesterday. gonna take 1 325mg tab before bed and test BP again in 1 month. taking the aspirin before bed is more effective according to a few studies. something to do with certain hormones that control BP at night.

i will switch to the baby aspirin depending on the results. not going to stay at 325mgs forever. just want to see how effective this is without changing anything else.
Do you have a headache? I wouldn't recommend taking a normal aspirin.

Baby aspirins are meant for circulation. 325mgs is overkill

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I just figured I'd do it the first month to really get shit moving. Lol.

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I just figured I'd do it the first month to really get shit moving. Lol.

No headache
Wouldn't matter... I think 325mgs it's a greater chance of bleeding out and stress on the liver

Everytime I go to pharmacy to get 100mgs aspirin. The pharmacist tells me it's for the heart

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B, do you take magnesium? Heard good things about this and helping to lower BP. As for most supplements like this I believe it takes about a month to start seeing results.
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No magnesium other than what's in diet or multi. Just wanna do aspirin for now to see it's effect on BP while on AAS after 1 month.
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I just figured I'd do it the first month to really get shit moving. Lol.

No headache
More isn't necessary, your liver only processes so much of it.


Being low doses is key with long term usage on aspirin

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gonna run 3000mgs aspirin per day now. keep talking, i'll double the dose pussy.
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Just don't go shopping after ya take it bro
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Been using aspirin 325mgs everyday for the past month. I'm getting my blood pressure checked today when I go in to get blood work for a sponsor. We shall see if it had any effect at all. We know it thins the blood but lets see if it somehow has an effect on bp in AAS users..
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I've been monitoring my BP pressure for a couple weeks now. every day same time after I piss when I get up n before coffee. gonna continue that for a month and I'm writing it down each day to include heart rate. after a full month, then Ill try the aspirin thing for a month and record it every day again..and see if there is any significant changes.

I have noticed fluctuations in day to day readings that can be as high as 20 points. amazing what a spotty sleep night does compared to a good nights sleep...crazy. I'm also noticed that for the last 2 weeks..the day after I do my injection(at night)..next morning..BP is lower.... then after about 3 days..it goes up a bit... in just this short time...it seems to be a trend...but time will tell after a few months if there is any thing to it..
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I've been monitoring my BP pressure for a couple weeks now. every day same time after I piss when I get up n before coffee. gonna continue that for a month and I'm writing it down each day to include heart rate. after a full month, then Ill try the aspirin thing for a month and record it every day again..and see if there is any significant changes.

I have noticed fluctuations in day to day readings that can be as high as 20 points. amazing what a spotty sleep night does compared to a good nights sleep...crazy. I'm also noticed that for the last 2 weeks..the day after I do my injection(at night)..next morning..BP is lower.... then after about 3 days..it goes up a bit... in just this short time...it seems to be a trend...but time will tell after a few months if there is any thing to it..
yea so many factors can play a part.

i wonder if I will be able to see any sort of "blood thinning" effect in the actual blood work. we know aspirin does that but will there be some marker in the blood work that shows that effect? like lower red blood cells or something?
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yea so many factors can play a part.

i wonder if I will be able to see any sort of "blood thinning" effect in the actual blood work. we know aspirin does that but will there be some marker in the blood work that shows that effect? like lower red blood cells or something?
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B, grab yourself a blood pressure monitor. Very inexpensive. I just started taking mine almost every day. Funny that mine runs a little high in the morning and then before bed in the evening it is the lowest.
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turbo never uses any of his knowledge to offer any sort of viewpoint or incite when it comes to anything that could actually be helpful to anyone. lets just be real.
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If your HCT and Hemaglobin are in normal range then that plays a role that the aspirin is working.
If your blood pressure is lower than your average blood pressure on AAS. Then that can also show that the aspirin work.

If u taking 300 that's way to much. Not good for the gut. In fact their studies that aspirin, advil ibuprofen etc.. can cause inflammation in the long run.

Had that problem when i was taking 1600mgs Ibu. Gave me ibs for a bit

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B, grab yourself a blood pressure monitor. Very inexpensive. I just started taking mine almost every day. Funny that mine runs a little high in the morning and then before bed in the evening it is the lowest.
yea i could do that but it's gonna be interesting after a month of not knowing. you think the aspirin will have much of an effect? i'm hopeful but I have my doubts.
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Funny that none of you dumb fucks that take AAS never read your blood pressure.

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If your HCT and Hemaglobin are in normal range then that plays a role that the aspirin is working.
If your blood pressure is lower than your average blood pressure on AAS. Then that can also show that the aspirin work.

If u taking 300 that's way to much. Not good for the gut. In fact their studies that aspirin, advil ibuprofen etc.. can cause inflammation in the long run.

Had that problem when i was taking 1600mgs Ibu. Gave me ibs for a bit

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yea i just wanted to take a higher dose for a month to give it the best chance (in my mind) to work. if 325mgs a day doesn't do shit for BP a baby aspirin wont either IMO.
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B, what's your heart rate?
Heartrate fluctuates throughout the day.. unless you over 100 the whole day then there is a problem.

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yea i could do that but it's gonna be interesting after a month of not knowing. you think the aspirin will have much of an effect? i'm hopeful but I have my doubts.
Thing is even if it helped it's not a long term solution. You don't want to stay on that dose of aspirin. I think there is good benefit for a baby aspirin every day though but that will not help to lower your bp much. I know you don't want to but try dropping the deca for a couple months and see if your number get back to normal.

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yea i just wanted to take a higher dose for a month to give it the best chance (in my mind) to work. if 325mgs a day doesn't do shit for BP a baby aspirin wont either IMO.
Baby aspirin is meant for the heart and circulation. Not 325mgs... that's for pain and shit

People that have recent heart attacks or strokes are prescribed baby aspirin

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B, what's your heart rate?
use to be close to 100 when i was on the preworkout shit. even 12 hours after i took it my HR was still high as fuck. i must have been sensitive to that shit.

but now it's in the 80's when resting.
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