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    Thyroid effects aas?

    Does EQ or Test 400 effect the thyroid? Ive been having alot of pain in my throat and adams apple. Its been like this for about a week. Im going to the doctor today. Obviously I cant tell him what Im doing but do you guys have any advice as to what I can say?

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    I don't believe EQ or test will cause any issues with the thyroid normally (but substances like T3 can). Definitely wait to see what you doctor has to say before panicking, as it may be entirely unrelated.

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    I don't think it will. You might just have a virus.

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    Hmm I just did some quick google searching and looks like aas can actually affect your body's thyroid hormones.


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    You should never lie to your doctor.

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    your doctor won't know what you are talking about anyway unless he juices himself (which i severely doubt)

    Maybe your glands are swollen from an allergic reaction to the oil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by claritacheese View Post
    Does EQ or Test 400 effect the thyroid? Ive been having alot of pain in my throat and adams apple. Its been like this for about a week. Im going to the doctor today. Obviously I cant tell him what Im doing but do you guys have any advice as to what I can say?
    No they shouldn't affect it at all. Tren certainly can, but those shouldn't

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    eq and test shouldn’t be a problem at all on your thyroid.

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    Absolutly they do. Heres a copied summary of an article from PubMed:
    Androgenic-anabolic steroid effects on serum thyroid, pituitary and steroid hormones in athletes. ... In five of the seven subjects, serum concentrations of growth hormone increased at some point of the study 5 to 60-fold. Because of the use of exogenous testosterone, serum testosterone concentration tended to increase.

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