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2015/01/16 10:06:11 (permalink)
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pins and needles post cycle

Hi, looking for advice, I finished a test 500 cycle 6 weeks ago and pct finished nearly 2 weeks ago. Every time I go to sleep i wake up with pins and needles in my hands. I hoped after my cycle it would disappear but hasn't. Any advice please I am beginning to think it's time to go to the doctors. Many thanks
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    Medichecks
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    Re: pins and needles post cycle 2015/01/16 13:42:14 (permalink)
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    i think its common mate i get it aswell sometimes even when sitting , in my leg etc i guess it down to the blood flow
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    Re: pins and needles post cycle 2015/01/16 21:09:42 (permalink)
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    It's water retention from high estrogen. Normal on test cycles and normal with a SERM PCT. I should be going away gradually as you get back to normal.
     
    Avoid salty foods and cut back on carbs a bit for a while, should help.
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    Re: pins and needles post cycle 2015/01/19 23:11:56 (permalink)
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    Cheers guys. I'm pretty sure I don't have water retention. And I'm pretty certain now I haven't been on any meds for a few weeks its something else. I'm going to cut down on my salt intake, and change my diet, and will update on the progress. I'm hoping you are right, but paranoa has set in. Cheers. Had a big breakfast for dinner this evening so I'm pretty salty right now.
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