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Forum Themes Elegant Mobile. Medichecks - The stress free, speedy way to get a comprehensive, accurate insight into your health. Our tests include Sports Hormone checks, testosterone, iron status, cholesterol and more. Essentials Only Full Version. Stab in the dark here but this is from a sticky from another board: This is due to the prostaglandin F2Alpha increase that tren is responsible for.
Prostaglandin increases as a result of trenbolone results in bronchial constriction. It is also speculated that this is the reason for the tren cough occasionally seen when injecting. Unfortunately there is nothing I know of that counteracts the reduced cardio effect from tren. But like I said, it is only prominent with high doses. The numbers I am about to give out are not to be taken as gospel, but it has occurred to me that anything under mg per week shouldn't really see diminished cardiovascular ability.
At the very least, at that dose it would be extremely minimal. Again, everyone reacts differently. And I did a full out 13 kilometer ruck march once with no work-up training for it with absolutely no problems and I was on a tren cycle at the time. As i've mentioned, I gather that the cardio suppressive effect from tren really only starts to manifest itself at higher doses. At mg per week of tren, you likely won't notice a thing. At mg per week, you'll probably get winded just going up a flight of stairs.
That is interesting, but I am not sure my problem is bronchial constriction, unless it is somehow causing the the esophageal valve, which prohibits acid from rising up into the throat, to warp and not close properly. But I think there is some distance between the bronchial tubes and the esophageal valve, so I dunno if that idea makes sense.
Maybe the prostaglandin also directly affects the area around the valve. BTW, this happens even at low doses. I only know one other guy who experiences the same problem. Most complain about tren cough, which I have never had. I just have to deal with it and keep a botttle of gaviscon in my pocket everywhere i go, for a quick fix! Create an account or sign in to comment. Trainiac Senior Member Total Posts: I have to stay on omerprazole when I use tren.
This doesn't happen with any other steroid. I've practically given up using it. I have guessed that somehow the tren is building up some sort of pressure around my esophagus and forcing the valve out of shape. I welcome any opinions and advice. Halo New Member Total Posts: Luccabertone Pro-Member Total Posts: