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2019/01/10 08:55:20 (permalink)
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Medicheck

Hi all,

Is there a discount code for medicheck who is a sponsor of the forum??
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/10 11:31:13 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby Skrewdriver 2019/01/10 11:50:55
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/10 11:51:18 (permalink)
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Thankyou both

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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/10 21:08:23 (permalink)
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Perfect thanks
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/10 21:12:30 (permalink)
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Can anyone recommend which package to purchase? I want to check I’m ok after a cycle. So I think that’s just liver and test levels but as it’s my first time doing this I’m a bit lost as what I should be checking.
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/10 22:28:17 (permalink)
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The sports hormone check is really enough to see where you're at post PCT. The main thing is where your total testosterone sits as that's the indicator to see how far your TT has returned back to normal values.

 
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/11 11:33:55 (permalink)
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Did you do a baseline test before your cycle?
 
If you did then just the basic total T test would be enough to check your natural T production has returned to normal. But if you can afford to fork out for the sports hormone then more information is obviously the better option.

 
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/11 13:52:24 (permalink)
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I didn’t do a baseline as I didn’t realise this service was available. I think I will just do a T test and see where it is sitting just now and check if it’s at the average levels of my age group.

I realise my baseline may have been higher or lower than average, however it’s the next best thing.
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/11 14:18:09 (permalink)
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I'd wager most who embark on a cycle of AAS don't get bloods done prior. I've never known anyone that has.

 
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/24 15:26:05 (permalink)
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I would like to know what my test levels are, - I am considering TRT, but this is probably more of a long term thing (who knows, - I want to know what my current values are first).  I am 43.  Shall I just go for the Test check, or the TRT check?
 
 
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/24 15:29:20 (permalink)
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If you want to go down the NHS route then they really just look at your total testosterone level. Anything under 8 nmol/l they should treat, though they'll do a few tests over time to get a baseline result.

 
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/24 15:32:55 (permalink)
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By my calculations, self administering should only cost about £1.50 a week, so probably cheaper than prescrption, - therefore, I dont see the point of messing around with the NHS?
 
I do have private medical insurance, - not sure if that's an easier option?
 
Personally I dont feel that my test should be that low, although I know that it's not what it was 20 years ago. I just want to be firing on all cylinders and making the most life :)
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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/24 17:40:41 (permalink)
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Self administering Test/TRT would probably null and void your private medical insurance unless they agree, if they do then expect your premiums skyrocket.

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Re: Medicheck 2019/01/25 14:24:13 (permalink)
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Really?  That's interesting.  They see it as a big risk?  That's surprising
 
the Insurance is a work benefit
 
 
 
 
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