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Colonial Labs Test P 350mg/week (2329ng/dl 6.65x)

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Blood Work Review
Link to bloodwork : // https://imgur.com/a/yvzBcCd //
Source : // @coloniallabs //
Running testosterone : // yes //
Ester : // propionate //
Weekly dosage : // 350mg //
Product(s) run other than test : // mast prop/m-tren //
Weekly dosage(s) : // 350mg //
Number of weeks run : // 13 //
Draw time after last pin : // 18 hours //
Blood Results
Test reading in ng/dL : // 2329.00 //
Test multiplier : // 6.65 //
Capped at >1500 : // no //
E2 reading : // 56.1 //
Liver/lipids elevated : // AST 50 //
ANYTHING ELSE WORTH MENTIONING GOES BELOW:

* I am small
* I don't even lift
* Why is my blood the consistency of yogurt? Pls halp

Both test and mast were from him and the high concentration versions. Pinned .25 (50mg) of each ED. Gear was super smooth zero PIP. WTF is going on with kidneys. Absolutely amazing source.
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Thank you for sharing bloodwork man! I’ve replied to your email regarding store credit :)
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#3
Thanks, was looking forward to someone posting test p results, was it his 200 or 100 concentration, not that it matters?
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(08-02-2020, 12:42 AM)josht9210 Wrote: Thanks, was looking forward to someone posting test p results, was it his 200 or 100 concentration, not that it matters?

200. .25 a day.
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Can't count. Test P draw time is 12-24 hours. :(
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(08-02-2020, 03:07 AM)CaptainAmerica Wrote: Can't count. Test P draw time is 12-24 hours. :(

It’s pinned everyday. Some days I do right in the morning. Other days I do in the afternoon. If I did afternoon the previous day and drew blood the following morning I’m in the range. Can edit it to count from the previous days pin instead of the day of if needed.
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(08-02-2020, 03:41 AM)Zmunnn Wrote:
(08-02-2020, 03:07 AM)CaptainAmerica Wrote: Can't count. Test P draw time is 12-24 hours. :(

It’s pinned everyday. Some days I do right in the morning. Other days I do in the afternoon. If I did afternoon the previous day and drew blood the following morning I’m in the range. Can edit it to count from the previous days pin instead of the day of if needed.

If that's an honest assessment, I will take it.
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(08-02-2020, 03:41 AM)Zmunnn Wrote:
(08-02-2020, 03:07 AM)CaptainAmerica Wrote: Can't count. Test P draw time is 12-24 hours. :(

It’s pinned everyday. Some days I do right in the morning. Other days I do in the afternoon. If I did afternoon the previous day and drew blood the following morning I’m in the range. Can edit it to count from the previous days pin instead of the day of if needed.
what time in the afternoon? Just curious

Going to personally get bloods on 350-400 test p at 24 hour mark
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