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Tren memory loss

trenaffleck

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Dave Crosland says his memory has gotten noticeably worse and he attributes it to tren. There is also a study in mice showing possible amyloid beta protein buildup (as seen in Alzheimer's). I have never used Tren but would like to in order to get Zyzzified, as it is I am planning on not touching it. Any vets experience memory loss with Tren?
 

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No memory loss to speak of. Just a lot if not giving two fucks about anything or anyone lol
 

trenaffleck

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"Zyzzified"

Zyzz is said to have done a lot of Tren to become the bodybuilder he was.

 

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Isn't he dead as well?

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Post a pic


U might already look good
 

trenaffleck

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I've got miles to go before I sleep. My joints hurt for years and I could not lift very much, found MK-677 this past Summer and my joints are unbelievably better. I've only got five good months under my belt and I'm excited to be all I can be so I don't want to post a pic yet.
 

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I'll post my whole recomp in another 6-9 months or so, but I've seen the pics of people on this board and I'm not there yet.
 

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I'll post my whole recomp in another 6-9 months or so, but I've seen the pics of people on this board and I'm not there yet.
I've been at it for years and still feel I'm not there yet!

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I think there is a lot of that in this endeavor. I have 40 pounds to go to get to 250, that's as high as I am willing to go for health reasons, but I'm sure when I get there I won't be satisfied.
 

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Bringing us back to the original question. I nor many of us can probably speak much to the actual attribution of memory loss over the long term, and if tren is the culprit. However, there is without a doubt an acute attribution to memory loss simply due to the lack of sleep which accompanies tren use.
 

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tren makes me forget my manors.... But srsly we know AAS creates negative feedback to the brain, every time I read things like this I think of GH15 lmao.
 

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I always feel less sharp mentally when I'm on tren. I notice subtle differences in my job performance as a software engineer every time. Part of this comes from insomnia later in the cycle, but I notice it in the first week even when I'm sleeping well.

It has only been a temporary thing for me. It goes away post cycle every time. I doubt the short term memory issues I've seen could be related to the mechanisms behind alzheimers disease.
 

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