Yah I like the higher tren then test but I don't know about doing that the first go around with tren. I would try it low and see how you react to it then adjust from there kinda like z says. I would even suggest 75 tren eod. It's potent and I've seen great effects from that dose. You prob won't need the prami at that dose would prob max it at 100 eod if you were good. Then if you were good the whole cycle, next time try higher tren lower test. Like 75 tren ed and 50 test ed. This way you would be doubling your tren compared to the first run but keeping test the same
Hello Ms. Lazarides. I am a 42yo male with a history of ulcerative colitis since I was 20yo. I am currently in remission, but due to drug allergies, exacerbations can be controlled only by cortizone over long periods of time. I always put a lot of weight with cortizone. I was 200lbs when I started treatment and bloated up to 260lbs, while being on a strict diet (no salt). What bothers me is that the extra weight, which is definitely not due to overeating, does not seem to go away even if it is over 1 1/2 year that I have completely stopped cortizone treatment. Everyday my ankles are swollen, and even the softest of socks will leave marks on my calves. My heart function is normal and my hormone levels (cortizol, thyroid, blood sugar) are normal too. I think I could benefit from the Waterfall Diet.