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    Lower back tightness (red blood cells )

    I've been resercahing the correlation of both . I understand the cycle increases red blood cells, possibly too much .I have had a tight and sore lower back for the majority of this cycle . Any recommendations on how to go about this issue ? Severity ? The things I have seen are donating blood or essentially going and having the doctor essentially drain out blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Train View Post
    I've been resercahing the correlation of both . I understand the cycle increases red blood cells, possibly too much .I have had a tight and sore lower back for the majority of this cycle . Any recommendations on how to go about this issue ? Severity ? The things I have seen are donating blood or essentially going and having the doctor essentially drain out blood.
    You need to get blood testing done, not guess.
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    Which is what I'm planning but they won't go into depth at the dr correct ? Maybe some portions but not all .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Train View Post
    Which is what I'm planning but they won't go into depth at the dr correct ? Maybe some portions but not all .
    They will/should test what you ask them and then your results will have reference ranges.

    High Test, EQ and high amounts of vitamin C can all increase heamocrit, haemoglobin, RBC. You DO NOT want to go for any amount of time with those high.

    That combined with a shit lipid panel and high blood pressure means you will have a cardiac event. Not IF, but WHEN.

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