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    I use 2 baby aspirin Ed and 5 mgs of Cialis to help control BP

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    Quote Originally Posted by zionoir626 View Post
    I have been donating for yrs and lately I've found no more benefits from it..no drop in pressure or feeling better..you know that sluggish feeling in the morning..used to have to do a hot soak to get moving..not today mention that needle thing..So my Oncologist said stop doing it about 6 months ago..I know sounds off..He knows about my gear use,and said it will finally stabilize..I doubted this..but he was right..I don't recommend it or even truly understand it but recent labs show he was right..Now the White Cell count.. That's a whole other issue..
    Plus you can get a cheat day out of it also .

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    as for injectables its actually the higher doses of test that cause it, dhb and tren also seem to cause it. If I am doing low test with low nandralone or something I never get high BP...so ofcourse that basically means no cycling lol...unless you want to do low test high primo or something
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    The higher the RBC the higher the BP..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyr72 View Post
    Anyone one else experience higher blood pressure on a Deca cycle? I donate blood all the time but this is the first time I couldn't because of high blood pressure. I have never tried to donate on a Deca cycle and that is the only thing that is different. So I was just wondering if anyone else experienced a higher blood pressure on it?

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    Currently my BP is high running Tren and test. Doc has me on meds but living this lifestyle is a little difficult to keep in check.

    Iím limiting my Tren runs to a max of 4-5 weeks in the front of a cycle to reduce overall long term negative impacts.

    Def see your doctor, disclose as much as your comfortable with and go from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    Carditone seems to work for most, but there are some that have the opposite reaction to alpha blockers. Like me, Carditone or any prescription alpha blocker like prazosin or terazosin actually raise my blood pressure. Makes for a real miserable time.

    Check your BP a few times before and after dosing to see what it's actually doing.

    Prescription meds are not expensive at all if you order them from India. Telmisartan, which is one of the most expensive ones, is only $36 for a 90 day supply. Made in the same facility as the ones I get from the pharmacy but 1/3 of the cost. Nebivolol (Bistolic, a beta blocker with vasodilation properties) is cheap too, even though it's expensive here.

    If the Carditone doesn't work, feel free to message me if you want some help with finding the right med. There's a handful of different types and certain ones work better than others depending on your exact symptoms. Gym n Tonic is another good source of info relating to meds
    Same here, Carditone for me was just "Meh" and it's actually fairly expensive compared to getting BP meds which are essentially a $5 co pay for me. Even if you have no insurance, BP meds are available cheap from overseas pharmacies.

    My BP was 156/86 the other day at the doctors and they think it's unusual that a "healthy guy" at 36 is having BP issues. I explained it was probably due to being on a rather high (600mg+) dose of testosterone, but he said he still wants to give me something and if it goes below 100/60 then to stop taking them. He prescribed me Lisinopril at 10mg/day.

    For me 150s/85-90 is common on cycle and on a TRT dose I'm back down to 130/80 so still a tad on the higher end of normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nononsense View Post
    Currently my BP is high running Tren and test. Doc has me on meds but living this lifestyle is a little difficult to keep in check.

    Iím limiting my Tren runs to a max of 4-5 weeks in the front of a cycle to reduce overall long term negative impacts.

    Def see your doctor, disclose as much as your comfortable with and go from there
    I went to the doctor on Tuesday and they took my BP. It was 132/68. Doc said it was perfect. I really thing the lady at the blood donation had no idea what she was doing. That lady also said heart beat was irregular and when the Doc took a listen she said it was completely normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    Same here, Carditone for me was just "Meh" and it's actually fairly expensive compared to getting BP meds which are essentially a $5 co pay for me. Even if you have no insurance, BP meds are available cheap from overseas pharmacies.

    My BP was 156/86 the other day at the doctors and they think it's unusual that a "healthy guy" at 36 is having BP issues. I explained it was probably due to being on a rather high (600mg+) dose of testosterone, but he said he still wants to give me something and if it goes below 100/60 then to stop taking them. He prescribed me Lisinopril at 10mg/day.

    For me 150s/85-90 is common on cycle and on a TRT dose I'm back down to 130/80 so still a tad on the higher end of normal.
    Yeah it's super cheap from India and most are made in the same facilities. Most meds are super cheap with insurance too, between $2-6 monthly, outside of the newer non generic ones.

    Yeah that's too high man. I personally would keep that quite a bit lower. I shoot for around 126/74ish personally, and just adjust my meds to stay there. Even where you're at it's going to be really hard on the kidneys over the long run because it's spiking pretty high when you're active. What's your resting pulse rate stay at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    Yeah it's super cheap from India and most are made in the same facilities. Most meds are super cheap with insurance too, between $2-6 monthly, outside of the newer non generic ones.

    Yeah that's too high man. I personally would keep that quite a bit lower. I shoot for around 126/74ish personally, and just adjust my meds to stay there. Even where you're at it's going to be really hard on the kidneys over the long run because it's spiking pretty high when you're active. What's your resting pulse rate stay at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyr72 View Post
    I went to the doctor on Tuesday and they took my BP. It was 132/68. Doc said it was perfect. I really thing the lady at the blood donation had no idea what she was doing. That lady also said heart beat was irregular and when the Doc took a listen she said it was completely normal.

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    She prob had a wet vagina over a bicep and couldnít think clearly past her hormones LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    Yeah that's too high man. I personally would keep that quite a bit lower. I shoot for around 126/74ish personally, and just adjust my meds to stay there.
    Do you ever get dizzy that low?

    Also, how do you adjust your meds?

    Let's say (hypothetical) that I take 80 mg of telmisartan, and it had me at 130/80, like ArgonCoagulator. Would you take more than 80mg?

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