Does masteron or EQ raise your hematocrit?

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    Does masteron or EQ raise your hematocrit?

    I was wondering if EQ or masteron raises your hematocrit? What are the main side effects of masteron? My hematocrit was 59 last time I got it checked. Is that super high? Is my heart in danger at all? I take a blood pressure med so I am good there. I am taking 500mg of test cyp/week. 300mg of EQ/week and 300mg of mast/week.

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    I’d suggest donating blood.

    EQ and test both increase RBC (red blood cell count) which elevates hematocrit.

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    yes, eq does this to me ... but not so much that I have to worry about it, once taken off eq everything goes back to normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    yes, eq does this to me ... but not so much that I have to worry about it, once taken off eq everything goes back to normal
    Same. Test in high ranges does it also. It always returns to normal. Something I have my physician watch and take care of for me. Donating or therapeutic blood draws can be needed for some.

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    EQ yes but never had a major issue with Masteron.

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    Hematocrit of 59 is pretty high. To avoid this and also avoid blood donation,which can lead to iron anemia,I go off for a month and then another 2-3 months on a true TRT that puts me in the 600-800 ng/dL range. For me that gets me from 56 down to 49-50. The break and TRT keeps me sensitive to lower doses also. I've seen people get their hematocrit pretty high into the 62-65% range. That is not healthy.

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    Drink a lot of water and donate blood... Eq is a mofo for high Hematocrit for me, but Mast is ok with my blood work.

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    So should I stop my EQ since my hematocrit is at 59?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundcubed View Post
    So should I stop my EQ since my hematocrit is at 59?
    Donate asap because it will take EQ almost a month to totally clear your system. Dont stress about it tho, we all go through it and come out fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundcubed View Post
    So should I stop my EQ since my hematocrit is at 59?
    Is that purely aas related or did you live high altitude too? Just curious. And yeah, you need to donate. Hematocrit will take about 6 months to return to normal if you don't donate.

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    I do live at high elevation. Do I donate whole blood or double red? And how often can I donate?

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    I do double red every two months between two different organizations. Keeps me well within in healthy range. Some places may not even give you that option with your hemoglobin that high tho..
    It makes a difference, I feel better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FNA View Post
    I do double red every two months between two different organizations. Keeps me well within in healthy range. Some places may not even give you that option with your hemoglobin that high tho..
    It makes a difference, I feel better.
    Do you just go to a hospital to donate or how do you go about finding a place?

    What’s the process like? I know when I donated plasma there was a pretty intricate process for evaluating my health and they had to do a physical as well took about 3 hours and hoping that won’t be the case for donating a double red….

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    American Red Cross website… they are in need right now so it shouldn’t be hard finding a place near you. If your doc knows you are on AAS they can also prescribe you a therapeutic blood draw.

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    EQ sends mine very high! I don’t think masteron does.
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