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Help! CBC test

swole79

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How does a low dose AAS cycle affect CBC counts? How long after use does it take for them to return to normal? thanks.
 

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How does a low dose AAS cycle affect CBC counts? How long after use does it take for them to return to normal? thanks.

I'm not quite certain what constitutes a low dose AAS cycle, but one would anticipate an increase in one's Hematocrit and Hb levels due to AAS induced erythropoiesis. Since the 1/2 life of RBCs is roughly 55 days, you should be able to estimate the amount of time required for your HCT/Hb to return to normal levels based on the extent of the elevation. AAS dose, type, duration, and individual/genetic factors would determine the extent of the elevation at the time the CBC is assessed. I hope this info helps.
 
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That was what I have heard. My understanding is that by donating blood once every couple of months it should keep this is check, right?
 

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Yes, donating blood on a regular basis would be one mechanism of removing excess RBCs and keeping your HCT/Hb in check. Having your CBC evaluated periodically would help you determine the frequency with which you would need to donate blood.
 

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Lower your Iron

Possibly another reason to give blood is to lower your iron in your blood. Women lower their iron my menstruating. Since men don’t. Giving blood on a regular basis is a way to lower it. In my last blood test my iron was too high. I’m going to start to give blood on a regular basis to lower It. I’ll let you guys know how it turns out. I've also given up Nutritional Brewers Yeast as it has a lot of bio available iron.
 

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