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How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize?

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2011/03/28 21:20:54 (permalink)
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How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize?

I'm on day 1 of my third and final week of sdrol (did 10mg wk1, 20mg wk2 - and as I had no sides am going to 30mg for this 3rd week).
 
Once I start PCT next Monday, how soon will the unseen side effects of sdrol start to lessen and return to normal e.g. blood pressure, heart rate, etc. Will my heart rate and blood pressure start to reduce in a week or do I need to wait for PCT to be completed?
 
Also, if I start to experience any sides on 30mg, is it advisable to drop back down to 20mg?
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    henryv
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    Re:How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize? 2011/03/28 21:58:34 (permalink)
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    Porkpie

    I'm on day 1 of my third and final week of sdrol (did 10mg wk1, 20mg wk2 - and as I had no sides am going to 30mg for this 3rd week).

    Once I start PCT next Monday, how soon will the unseen side effects of sdrol start to lessen and return to normal e.g. blood pressure, heart rate, etc. Will my heart rate and blood pressure start to reduce in a week or do I need to wait for PCT to be completed?

    Also, if I start to experience any sides on 30mg, is it advisable to drop back down to 20mg?

    Heart rate and blood pressure should normalise quickly upon cessation. Liver function and hormone levels will take a few weeks. Cholesterol levels often take months to get back to normal.
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    Re:How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize? 2011/03/28 22:05:37 (permalink)
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    Porkpie

    I'm on day 1 of my third and final week of sdrol (did 10mg wk1, 20mg wk2 - and as I had no sides am going to 30mg for this 3rd week).

    Once I start PCT next Monday, how soon will the unseen side effects of sdrol start to lessen and return to normal e.g. blood pressure, heart rate, etc. Will my heart rate and blood pressure start to reduce in a week or do I need to wait for PCT to be completed?

    Also, if I start to experience any sides on 30mg, is it advisable to drop back down to 20mg?

    Heart rate and blood pressure should normalise quickly upon cessation. Liver function and hormone levels will take a few weeks. Cholesterol levels often take months to get back to normal.

     
    I can second that!
     
    It's not always necessary to go as high as 30mg with superdrol.

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    Re:How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize? 2011/03/28 22:12:19 (permalink)
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    imo if your getting gains at 20 stay at 20.  why risk getting sides just enjoy a cycle free of sides and make the most of it
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    Re:How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize? 2011/03/29 12:33:53 (permalink)
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    lost

    imo if your getting gains at 20 stay at 20. 

    agree 100%

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    Re:How soon into PCT does the body start to normalize? 2011/03/29 12:39:45 (permalink)
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    ^Agree, I got great gains with 20mg from my first SD cycle. The gains only really kicked in after day 10 or so you should be really starting to notice them now in this last week, stick with 20mg.

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