puritysourcelabs.ru
sarms.forsale
bannednutrition.com
Page 1 of 3 123 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 28

Thread: fast heartbeat on 250mg test-e cycle

  1. #1

    Exclamation fast heartbeat on 250mg test-e cycle

    I need some help guys.

    I am on the 7th week of my 250mg test-e only cycle. On the 5th week, I did my blood work which showed my estrogen level was about 30% higher than the high end of normal range, so I up the dosage of aromisin.

    And since the 2nd week on my cycle, I have experienced very fast heartbeat. My heart is pumping significantly faster than I am not on cycle. I thought that was a symptom of high estrogen. However, even now I am taking more aromisin, my heart rate is still very high compare to it normally was.

    Is high amount of test in my blood causing fast heartbeat? Have you guys experienced unnormal heartbeat on cycle?

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by 9000big View Post
    I need some help guys.

    I am on the 7th week of my 250mg test-e only cycle. On the 5th week, I did my blood work which showed my estrogen level was about 30% higher than the high end of normal range, so I up the dosage of aromisin.

    And since the 2nd week on my cycle, I have experienced very fast heartbeat. My heart is pumping significantly faster than I am not on cycle. I thought that was a symptom of high estrogen. However, even now I am taking more aromisin, my heart rate is still very high compare to it normally was.

    Is high amount of test in my blood causing fast heartbeat? Have you guys experienced unnormal heartbeat on cycle?
    You need to check your BP. That could be elevated as a result of higher estrogen, causing higher heart rate

  3. #3
    yes, have you checked your blood pressure? do you have a history of high bp? have you rechecked your estrogen now that its been 5 weeks?

  4. #4
    On top of controlling estrogen on cycle there are other health values and markers that are all affected. That's why I recommend Running cycle support on cycle. I would strongly suggest running some Organ ST on cycle to help alleviate those issues https://www.dganutrition.com/cycle-support/organ-st

  5. #5
    Bro, my bp was good when off. And just checked it yesterday which showed high(160). The blood work I did last week showed estrogen level is about 30% higher than higher end of normal range, so I up the dosage of AI. I know high estrogen would raise blood pressure, but does high test level in blood itself increase bp as well?

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by 9000big View Post
    Bro, my bp was good when off. And just checked it yesterday which showed high(160). The blood work I did last week showed estrogen level is about 30% higher than higher end of normal range, so I up the dosage of AI. I know high estrogen would raise blood pressure, but does high test level in blood itself increase bp as well?
    If your BP was high yesterday and fine before, you pretty much found your answer so I don't know what else you're looking for. No, test levels have absolutely nothing to do with blood pressure. It's the side effcts from testosterone itself that is causing it, if you don't control them...which you obviously didn't with estrogen that high. It all correlates directly to your problem.

  7. #7
    Give some actual numbers.. what was your actual BP and what is your resting HR?

  8. #8
    My BP can be perfect but I maintain a higher pulse. I’m talking even 95bpm at rest. Not sure why.

  9. #9
    I believe it's estrogen related. Long esters tend to give me elevated heart rate but short esters don't. Food for thought.



    Contact me on Wickr Me mobile messaging app (cbbram) for 1 on 1 consultations for PED sources, questions, and cycle advice.

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by cbbram View Post
    I believe it's estrogen related. Long esters tend to give me elevated heart rate but short esters don't. Food for thought.
    It's definitely estrogen related in my opinion, but has nothing to do with the ester. He simply didn't control estrogen good enough, which he pretty mu h made clear himself. Esters shouldn't affect things if you control the sides like you are supposed to. You are estrogen sensitive if I remember correctly, and long esters have that long half life which can make sides harder to control for some. People like yourself will need more AI with long esters than short at the same test dosage because of your personal sensitivity. It has to do with control measures, and not the ester itself

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •