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Going for a Physical Exam

Ethan James

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I am going for a physical exam next week. In the 3 years or so since I have started in this game, I have never had anything checked (BP, cholest, liver values, kidney proteins, etc). I have now been on some orals for about 6 weeks and have decided that I really should get checked up.

My question is this: What should I tell the doc? Should I just tell them I want this, this, and this checked? Or should I tell him the whole scoop and let him decide what should be checked? I know there is the patient / doctor loyalty pact or whatever, but hell, can't be too careful. I have heard of some guys being really cool with their docs and others have horror stories of AAS usage being on their permanant files.

Any advice would be great!
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-EJ
 

xcelbeyond

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My rule is to NOT tell anyone anything. If he seems sincere in your conversation about keeping your discussion off-record, then it "may" be OK. My doc always gives the sheet that has the different blood tests available and tells me to check-off what I want done!

When I went in to the doc about the suspicious stuff in my biceps I told them it was non-AAS product I was injecting. Not that it mattered as all of them said if it wasn't bothering me at all to just keep an eye on it - right!

xcel
 

Brent D.

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Ethan James

I am 100% with xcelbeyond on this.

Having worked in the medical industry, I wouldn't admit any specifics.

The way the medical insurance companies work with shared info on patients, information on "use" could negatively affect your insurance rates for the rest of your life!

Your doctor will probably note your "solo use" i.e. (with out a doctor's prescription) reference in your records to protect his liabilities.

Get the tests done, but just tell the doc that you have a concern about strenuous exercise and you want to get a baseline for future reference. If the tests come back way out of normal ranges then reconsider letting him in on your secret.

Brent D.
 

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