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    Few ?ís about blood viscosity

    Not sure what the medical term is for thickness of your blood but I was wondering, how how often you guys donate blood to help with thick blood. Also does this come with any health dangers like stroke or heart attack? Anything else I should know?

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    Hematocrit. There's quite few threads here on it. I'll see if I can find you one shortly.

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    Jesus! How old are you? You shouldnít be having any issues. Omegas, aspirin and a few other things keep blood thin. Mine is alwaysfine even on 16 weeks of 600mg Equipoise.

    Hypercoagulability is the term you are looking for but no one uses it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    Not sure what the medical term is for thickness of your blood but I was wondering, how how often you guys donate blood to help with thick blood. Also does this come with any health dangers like stroke or heart attack? Anything else I should know?
    I do double red every two months about between two different organizations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    Jesus! How old are you? You shouldnít be having any issues. Omegas, aspirin and a few other things keep blood thin. Mine is alwaysfine even on 16 weeks of 600mg Equipoise.

    Hypercoagulability is the term you are looking for but no one uses it.
    Iím only 32 but I heard that blasting really makes your blood into jello and that donating blood every now and then will helpÖnot having any issues tho. I have had literally zero side effects with my first (current) cycle, with the exception of ball shrinkage and some extra sweating

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    Quote Originally Posted by FNA View Post
    I do double red every two months about between two different organizations.
    Thanks man I think hemoacrit was what I was looking for. What is a double red?

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    It really depends on compounds and duration..being your 1st cycle...you should be fine but bloodwork will be the way to go..Normal is 12 to 14...16 still isn't bad...now 18 and higher..better do something..at your age I really doubt it will be above 16,but everyone is different..Another reason to run Test only the first few cycles..Drol and EQ...are the worst..I think at 21 it's trashed..

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    Even with higher hemocrit, etc. I am still pretty sure my blood is still pretty thin. When I do frequent glucose tests I keep bleeding from finger tips. And I am constantly bumping myself against things and bleeding. A lot of that is my old man skin though.

    I really want to help you MM even though I might not seems like it. Itís because I am jaded from wasting my breath here time and time again.

    Donít ďthinkĒ anything about health markers. Get blood tests. Hire a coach like Montego1. He will guide you proactively instead of this reactive questioning you are doing on the forum.

    I really do desire to help people but the ignorance gets tiresome.

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    You should donate either way ... if your hematocrit is rising, it'll lower it. Most of us feel better after donating anyhow. Plus, someone could always use your blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    Even with higher hemocrit, etc. I am still pretty sure my blood is still pretty thin. When I do frequent glucose tests I keep bleeding from finger tips. And I am constantly bumping myself against things and bleeding. A lot of that is my old man skin though.

    I really want to help you MM even though I might not seems like it. Itís because I am jaded from wasting my breath here time and time again.

    Donít ďthinkĒ anything about health markers. Get blood tests. Hire a coach like Montego1. He will guide you proactively instead of this reactive questioning you are doing on the forum.

    I really do desire to help people but the ignorance gets tiresome.
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    When I give a homeless person money... if they use it on drugs..thats their choice,I tried to help ,that was my part..what they do with it isn't on me..I find that to be the same here..

    We may disagree from time to time,but the collective is to help each other..and to continue to learn..Even the so Called"Carved in Stone" beliefs need to be challenged at times..and a healthy discussion is always enlightening..I for one continue to learn from you crazy Bastards..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    Thanks man I think hemoacrit was what I was looking for. What is a double red?
    Double Red or power red is when they just take your red cells, thats what you need to reduce when your hemoglobin/hematocrit is high. They usually only let you do it every 4 months so I use two different places so I can do it more often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    Jesus! How old are you? You shouldnít be having any issues. Omegas, aspirin and a few other things keep blood thin. Mine is alwaysfine even on 16 weeks of 600mg Equipoise.

    Hypercoagulability is the term you are looking for but no one uses it.
    Actually hematocrit values drop when you get older, and most people I know who run cycles donate blood, especially on certain compounds. A lot of variables control a individualís rbc. Neither aspirin nor omegas will lower rbc. Aspirin will help with some of the side effects but only donating blood or specific drugs like hydroxyurea will lower your rbc.

    High RBC is not good for you...

    OP if your feeling fatigued, having headaches, high resting heart rate, or shortness of breath donate blood. Oil change is all you need bro.

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    If you take steroids, donate blood. If you don't take steroids, donate blood. It's kind of like an oil change. There's is also a constant shortage of blood, so donating also helps the greater good.

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    just higher test raises mine, for an extended duration, like 300mg for 8 months or 600mg for 10 weeks will make it to the point where I need to donate. If i stay on low levels of test (100-200 pw) it doesn't go up even with other compounds in the mix.

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