Good strategy. Regular monitoring is important for managing health during cycles.I generally get blood work 2 times a year. If I'm running a cycle I like labs before the cycle and after to compare. Sometimes if I'm having issues during the cycle I'll get my bloods for checked various reasons.
That's a proactive approach to monitoring your health. Getting bloodwork done monthly allows you to stay on top of things and make necessary adjustments based on your usage and lifestyleMonthly, but not the whole shebang every time. Just checking on different things depending on what I’m using and doing in life.
That's a proactive and diligent approach to managing your health. Getting bloodwork done every three months allows you to stay on top of things and make necessary adjustments when needed.Every three months at maximum. I like to keep on top of things and adjust whatever needs adjusting. If an adjustment is attempted, I'll test again 2-3 weeks afterwards to confirm the adjustment was a success (or failure).
Nothing other than my HDL LDL really, when pusing orals during prep, liver enzymes are scarily high... but only really push the last 4 weeks with orals.
Timing your bloodwork 24 hours after your last injection is a suitable approach to ensure accurate results. Monitoring your health during your cycle is commendable.Does it matter much when you get bloods? I’m 9 weeks into a 12 week cycle of Cyp and was planning on getting bloods this Friday morning which would be 24 hours after my last pin (I am doing e3.5D).