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do SARMs thicken blood like AAS?

Stewie

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I dunno as I've never found a fascination with SARMs to fully understand their genomic or nongenomic actions as far as your question goes. So I'm not taken out of context, I'm not saying they're worthless or worthwhile. I don't know enough to comment on them in this manner.

To pursue your queries, you could google search different SARMs by name and include hematopoiesis or erythropoiesis -red blood cells- along with genomic or nongenomic to see if there's any hits you're looking for.

Sorry, not much help.
 

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They don’t for me at least RAD and ostarine. I’m very sensitive to RBC going high, I cannot do high test or any EQ and recently just 50mg of drol per day made my RBC go up.

Low dose test, primo, and ostarine and I’m 49-51 hct
 

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I dunno as I've never found a fascination with SARMs to fully understand their genomic or nongenomic actions as far as your question goes. So I'm not taken out of context, I'm not saying they're worthless or worthwhile. I don't know enough to comment on them in this manner.

To pursue your queries, you could google search different SARMs by name and include hematopoiesis or erythropoiesis -red blood cells- along with genomic or nongenomic to see if there's any hits you're looking for.

Sorry, not much help.
cool, thx stewie, ill def look into that
They don’t for me at least RAD and ostarine. I’m very sensitive to RBC going high, I cannot do high test or any EQ and recently just 50mg of drol per day made my RBC go up.

Low dose test, primo, and ostarine and I’m 49-51 hct
this is exactly what im looking for, 1st hand experience. thx bud.
 

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I dunno as I've never found a fascination with SARMs to fully understand their genomic or nongenomic actions as far as your question goes. So I'm not taken out of context, I'm not saying they're worthless or worthwhile. I don't know enough to comment on them in this manner.

To pursue your queries, you could google search different SARMs by name and include hematopoiesis or erythropoiesis -red blood cells- along with genomic or nongenomic to see if there's any hits you're looking for.

Sorry, not much help.
and while i go u on here, do u think that being on AAS if one where to contract covid would worsen their chances of having severe disease since AAS thickens blood and covid rapes ur endothelial cells and causes blood clots all over the body?
 

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Hell!! If you are afraid of covid just don't use Sarms or ASS until this is all over. But your immune system depends on many more factors such as age, your lifestyle, stress levels, genetics ...
 

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Hell!! If you are afraid of covid just don't use Sarms or ASS until this is all over. But your immune system depends on many more factors such as age, your lifestyle, stress levels, genetics ...
true, and thats kinda the conclusion i came to, but just wondering if i could get away with using a SARM as a anticatabolic during this pandemic because using AAS seems too risky. i would never use a SARM otherwise because as many other ppl in this thread have pointed out; they are garbage compared to AAS. but id like to use some kind of anticatabolic to cut with that doesnt drive up hematocrit/hemoglobin if possible, so the SARM idea came to mind.
 

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This idea that sarms are somehow “safer” than AAS simply because they’re not labeled as evil steroids is silly....
I think you could make the argument they are less "harsh", and of course dont work as well. Could you lower the dose of an AAS and get equivalent effect with equivalent sides, probably.

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I think you could make the argument they are less "harsh", and of course dont work as well. Could you lower the dose of an AAS and get equivalent effect with equivalent sides, probably.

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I get allot of blood work done for thyroid stuff and always have had them measure other blood values. Ligandrol is definitely as harsh if not harsher on lipids, liver values and suppression than AAS, even some orals. For me MK-677 also did really wacky stuff with prolactin that no other compound has ever done. On the other hand Cardarine actually helped HDL.
 

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I get allot of blood work done for thyroid stuff and always have had them measure other blood values. Ligandrol is definitely as harsh if not harsher on lipids, liver values and suppression than AAS, even some orals. For me MK-677 also did really wacky stuff with prolactin that no other compound has ever done. On the other hand Cardarine actually helped HDL.
I agree about LGD all though it has never elevated my liver enzymes. i have run it probably 4-5 times. It absolutely wrecks my LDL though and total test goes down to under 100ng
 

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