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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/23 21:21:51 (permalink)
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I do find it hard (there you go I have set you up) LOL
 
I think I have acclimatised a bit but being honest even the Portuguese struggle when its hot.Portugal is known as a cold country with a red hot sun.
 
Training can be difficult you've got to be careful with heat exhaustion I am going to get myself another fan for the shed.
 
The last one made a difference but the constant shouting give me a D,give me a B,give me a A,give me a M and shaking them pom POM's was getting on my fcukin nerves.....got to admit though the draft off the Mexican wave was quite cooling !!

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 06:51:54 (permalink)
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... so legs for today at least was out ( this is a normal theme to my journals,but since having had the cartliges removed it's been about as stable as Jack Nicholson in the shining).

 
Actually did LOL at that!
 
You seem like quite a card mate and knowledgeable judging by your posts in DVs journal. I will be sure to keep an eye on this journal.
 
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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 17:40:15 (permalink)
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Cheers for the welcome back Brett 
 
I try to help DV but he never listens lol

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 18:22:09 (permalink)
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I do listen, I just ignore... unless it's about building ramps and being rad

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 18:32:37 (permalink)
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Chest,shoulders and tris today shed temp hot as took
 
Sketchy incline 8x40,8x42,8x44,8x46,8x48 (can go up)
Inc fly's 8x8,8x8,8x8
Sa cable press 8x10,8x12,8x12,8x14,8x14 (14 is about right on these)
Cable fly's strict 8x4,8x4,8x6
Curl grip tri pulldowns 8x12,8x14,8x16,8x18 (18 is about right)
 
Sketchy incline can go up.I moved my bench as the floor was feeling spongy and I have moved it to close to the central pillar in the shed and can't get the bar out to set the back to incline.So I now have a bit bar in the guide holes holding the back up.It does bend a bit during press but fear is a great motivator.
Overall another good one close to my limits on cable press and tris so a litre bit tweaking is all that's needed at the minute.
Someone left the shed door open and its full of fly's ,bloody sweating and fending of flies all through the workout!!
 

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 18:34:17 (permalink)
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I do listen, I just ignore... unless it's about building ramps and being rad




And that's why your my awesome dude!!!

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 19:04:52 (permalink)
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Sketchy incline... I may have to google that, it's a new one on me. If there is no fear of death there is no reward or sense of accomplishment.
 
Who else uses your shed then?

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 19:32:30 (permalink)
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The guy who had all his gear piled up asked if he could move it out of the shed I gave him the keys and thought he would lock it up when finished how wrong could I be.
 
Golden rule in Portugal is keep doors shut or the bloody flies get in
 
Sketchy incline is the new adrenaline junkie way of training especially when it feels like its giving way

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 21:32:10 (permalink)
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Took my next dose of arimidex today I can feel when its wearing off anxiety starts to creep back.Still hasn't built up in levels probably why I feel it more when next dose is due.
 
Belly fat is slowly reducing and could be another reason I still feel a bit anxious, according to my research as the fat is broken down it releases more estrogen back into my system to be flushed out.Arimidex blocks the formation of new estrogen but doesn't do much to existing levels so basically until its broken down and flushed out I am in a bit limbo.
 
Cortisol feels more levelled out with new diet so hopefully new labs in 5-6 weeks should show improvement
 
Waist is currently 35 need to get down to 30-31 which is my normal ,weight is 89.7 kg no fat anywhere apart from belly,lower back and chest classic estrogen places 
 
Hopefully next 4 weeks should yield some improvements
 

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 22:53:32 (permalink)
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I'm out of touch seeing as I don't pct anymore but can you block the oestrogen that is present from attaching itself or is it a different mechanism causing your anxiety issues

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/24 23:15:01 (permalink)
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From what I can gather the anxiety is down to high circulating  estrogen so as the fat breaks down all the stored estrogen runs through my body until its flushed.I can't find anything that would block this estrogen and stop it effecting the anxiety.
 
It looks like I have to grin and bare it until I get rid of the stored estrogen people have said it took 4-6 weeks on adex before they seen a big improvement so I am thinking because it blocks new estrogen being made the 4-6 weeks is how long it takes to flush the old stuff out and test levels to rise.

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 07:51:14 (permalink)
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Can you remind me why your taking Arimidex again? Is your test low? Estrogen high? Both?
Have you just come off a cycle?
 
I can't see a post in this log about your levels but I vaguely remember your posting about it in DV's log.

 
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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 08:27:27 (permalink)
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From what I can gather the anxiety is down to high circulating  estrogen so as the fat breaks down all the stored estrogen runs through my body until its flushed.I can't find anything that would block this estrogen and stop it effecting the anxiety.
 
It looks like I have to grin and bare it until I get rid of the stored estrogen people have said it took 4-6 weeks on adex before they seen a big improvement so I am thinking because it blocks new estrogen being made the 4-6 weeks is how long it takes to flush the old stuff out and test levels to rise.


I'm guessing nolva wouldn't block estrogen from causing anxiety then.
 
From memory arimidex will bind to estrogen but it's not permanent, ie. it will let go of it again down the track. Exemestane actually kills the estrogen it comes into contact with. Have you looked into that option?

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 17:59:37 (permalink)
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HOM3R here's the results
Estradiol = 0.5 - 2.2 ,I measured 2.0
Progesterone = 12 - 100 , Mine was 85
Testosterone = 44 - 126 , Mine was 150
Dheas = 2 - 9 ,mine was 15.3
 
Morning cortisol = 3.7 - 9.5 , mine was 7.4
Noon = 1.2 - 3.0 , mine was 6.7
Evening 0.6 - 1.9 , mine was 4.1
Night 0.4 - 1.0 , mine was 1.7
 
My estradiol was in the high range of normal and because I am showing all the signs of estrogen dominance physical and mental, Even though its still in range I may need to be closer to the 0.5 which is a big difference I was advised to take low dose  arimidex to bring it down.
 
My test is high ,I have always been naturally high in test and my dheas are nearly double the normal,but my cortisol is also high which makes no sense as dheas are supposed to bring cortisol down.
 
Even though my test is high it could be low for me (if that makes sense) and they have suggested that my dhea-s are converting more readily to estrogen than to test so blocking aromatase should work to bring it up. 
 
Its a mess mate lol
 
 

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 18:08:04 (permalink)
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Brett I have heard the same on arimidex I think that's the reason that when I am due my next dose I feel anxiety creeping back it must be letting go of the estrogen again.
 
I have never looked at that Exemestane but will do now thanks for that mate
 
Just had a bit google and yeah its a suicidal AI ,that could be worth a shot to get this circulating estrogen down.
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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 18:26:46 (permalink)
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It would make sense if you have naturally high test levels then oestrogen levels will be higher too, it's what your body does to keep % levels correct generally.
 
Adex is an Aromatase Inhibitor which is harsh on both lipids and when ceased will cause an Oestrogen rebound. Aromasin will help control Oestrogen by binding with Aromatase (not inhibiting it) so it can't convert Test to Oestrogen... less harsh on lipids and no rebound when ceased, down side it's more expensive.

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 18:43:21 (permalink)
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Sllent rep cheers mate I get what your saying about the estrogen to test ratio will be higher in my case it could be I have crept just over the norm for me and all hells broken loose.
 
I will definitely be looking at Aromasin it seems to be the better option to get this circulating estrogen down
 

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/25 19:14:07 (permalink)
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Thanks for the input lads it certainly looks like aromasin is the better option so going to source some
 
Seems that 6.25mgs EOD is a good starting point and run labs in a fortnight

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/26 16:27:43 (permalink)
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In case you weren't aware aromasin = exemestane. It's the same thing.
 
It is more expensive as mentioned. I've got a box in my cabinet which I keep just in case of problems which I think is worth doing for anyone using PEDs.

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Re: Radtastic 2018/07/26 17:20:43 (permalink)
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In case you weren't aware aromasin = exemestane. It's the same thing.
 
It is more expensive as mentioned. I've got a box in my cabinet which I keep just in case of problems which I think is worth doing for anyone using PEDs.




I have managed to get some off the chemist (53 euros) they are great over here at giving you meds without a prescription I just send the Mrs in she's menopausal so they don't argue LOL
 
I have read to go low at first 6.25mgs EOD ,I am not sure if I can just go straight on , or have to wait  and let the adex get out of my system first.Just don't fancy the estrogen rebound
 
 

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