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2005/07/26 16:01:18 (permalink)

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how toxic to the kidneys is tren? a lot or is this a myth
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    RE: tren 2005/07/26 16:11:39 (permalink)
    hhhmm i think more damage from the higher blood pressure the tren may cause

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    RE: tren 2005/07/26 17:15:49 (permalink)
    i asked the same question but it seems that there is a lot of myth rather than fact flying around.
    i'd like to know how it compares with deca. for kidney damage
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    RE: tren 2005/07/27 16:43:56 (permalink)
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    RE: tren 2005/07/27 16:46:06 (permalink)
    its pretty bad on my kidneys, my urine starts to go dark after a while, then i get kidney pains and then i start to piss blood after about 5 weeks, only other compound that does this to me is dbol

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    RE: tren 2005/07/27 17:03:56 (permalink)
    oh i should add i do have very sensitive kidneys, so obviously this isnt the standard procedure for everyone using tren, but im a good baromoter for whats hot or not for kidneys, the 3 substances which i find are just to harsh to use anymore are anadrol, dbol & tren, BBigman has a bit of trouble with his kidneys and he'll tell u the same, and ive used eq, deca, test, winny etc etc & had no probs

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    RE: tren 2005/07/27 19:23:20 (permalink)
    read Albino's post: it just about sums it up really.
    I haven't had any increase in blood pressure on tren. In fact its been so low i was doubting the machine.
    Just DL'd 260kgs up from a precycle max of 220. Still got a bottle and a half left so may still hit the magic triple ton yet :)
    I haven't had any kidney pain let alone piddled blood. Its just a shade darker, so am drinking more.
    Bodyweight is up from 118 to 130kgs and am looking like a freak - old ladies cross the road rather than walk past. What more could one want or ask for? I know what the next cycle is gonna be.
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