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2011/03/31 12:24:01 (permalink)
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Blood Test help.....

Hi, I'm new to this forum and trying to get an all round better understanding of training as a whole.
Ive seen in a lot of the threads that it is the done thing to have a blood test and get your results analysed before going on a cycle of AAS. I am not intending to go on a cycle anytime soon because I have got a way to go until I hit my natural potential but, I thought it would be useful to get a blood test done now as like a reference and something to identify any areas that need addressing. I'm 19 and Ive got suspicions of a slightly lower than normal testosterone level. I developed quite late and slowly, I don't have any massive indications to low test I can gain good size and strength on the right diet and training plan Its just little things that suggest it even now I have a few wisps of stubble on my chin and thats it, I don't even have a snail trail lol whereas my younger brother (17) has it all but fair enough everyone is different. I know this doesn't necessarily mean anything in relation to test but it is irritating and I would rather get a blood profile done to see if this is the case. I wanted to know how you go about getting a blood test do you simply go to your GP or is there online pharmacies that do it? If so can you give me some links to companies that you have used and thought were efficient. basically can someone just outline the procedure for me and give me a link to a thread with blood test values that show a normal range to compare to.
Thanks for your advice and I appreciate the help
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    James
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    Re:Blood Test help..... 2011/04/03 20:02:51 (permalink)
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    Hi - welcome
     
    You can go to your GP, but sometimes the reasons are a little delicate.  There are on-line places
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