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2013.05.20 22:47 IamNotHereAgain 2C-B

The original and only subreddit dedicated to 2C-B, the psychedelic phenethylamine synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. This subreddit is to promote harm reduction and safety, promote the knowledge and awareness of 2C-B, and to be a space for constructive conversation. Please note that this is NOT for 2C-B-FLY or βk-2C-B discussions, they may have 2C-B in the name but these are completely separate substances. /2CB_FLY or /researchchemicals are the subs for those questions.

2013.06.26 22:21 kohta-kun adventurrito: A place to share help for adventurrito puzzles

Starts July 13th! Adventurrito is a 20-day-long treasure hunt that starts on Chipotle’s 20th anniversary. Each day we'll release a new puzzle, and every day but the 20th day we'll choose 20 players at random to receive FREE BURRITOS FOR A YEAR. Players that correctly solve the first 19 puzzles get a shot at the Grand Prize on the 20th day. The first 20 people with the highest scores on the 20th puzzle win FREE BURRITOS FOR 20 YEARS (no, that's not a typo)

2023.03.26 00:55 ajuniverse26 I am trying to cycle my fish tank with fish food. there is also a live plant in the tank. it has been 2 weeks now and it seems like the tank hasn’t even started cycling . can someone give me advice on what to do

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2023.03.26 00:49 DayEfficient1903 Alcohol and Ambien

I’m sort of new to ambien but I’ve been taking it pretty consistently for a few weeks. If I have 1 drink now and then take my 10 mg in a few hours will I be ok? Thanks!
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2023.03.26 00:42 FewIndication8634 What should I do?

We don’t have Benadryl and I’ve been taking allergy relief pills that apparently are only gonna help allergies like pollen ones.
I kept getting new bumps this morning and now I have about 10 of them maybe.
My parent (mother) won’t take this seriously. If this is a peanut allergy problem like suggested by others then this should be taken seriously.
Should I wait another day or two to see if things clear up? Especially after using the toilet?
When should I know it’s time to go to a hospital? I would assume just when I feel like my breathing is irregular or it’s hard to breathe. As well as feeling congested or my face swelling up…
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2023.03.26 00:41 CoyoteJako Mental Illness, Anger and refusing to accept help

TW: Sexual, physical, emotional abuse and self harm/suicide
I was diagnosed with depression my entire life. Depression was never a big deal to me. I never thought it wasn't a thing but being miserable, it was just the "norm" for me. And thus, depression was just another day and you either "got over it" or was "weak."
When my doctor told me I was bipolar. I hated it. I hated her and I hated myself most of all. I went home and cried in the shower, and then the anger came in. I wanted so badly to hurt myself, to punish myself for this. And then the guilt and disgust set in. The disgust over what the pills I picked up represented. The mood stabilizers were an insult to me. An insult to my control over myself. But even worse, a reminder that I was broken.
I never hid depression diagnosis from my doctors, therapists, etc. But I never "acted" depressed. That was stupid in my head. You went out into the world everyday acting cheerful and friendly because that was the right thing to do. I scoffed at my friends saying to me "I'm too depressed today" and mocked my friend while he was going through a really hard time. To me, it was laziness and pathetic that they couldn't just force themselves to get things done or go to work. I did this last year and saw how much I damaged our friendship. I ended up apologizing to him in the end.
I learned to shut up quickly as a child. I was sexually assaulted at age of 10/11 by my grandmother's partner and all that happened was a slap on the wrist. From then on, I was forced to sit there at the kitchen table and be respectful towards him to "keep the peace." He would continue to make comments about my body when I would end up alone with him, but I never spoke up again.
My mother got into drugs when I was quite young and often had child protective services at the door. She would threaten me so I would lie to them. If I didn't like to them, she told me I would be put in a foster home where I would be raped and beaten.
I eventually moved away from my mother and started living with my grandfather. I would often spend all summer with him and my babysitter was emotionally abusive and had him on her side. I couldn't stand being with my mother so I chose the least worse option. Sometimes I would make a comment, that wasn't meant to be mean, she would start crying to him and he would tell me to learn how to be nice. To learn how to keep things to myself. She offered to take me on a trip and my grandfather approved. It was fine until the trip back. I can't remember what she said to me anymore, but I can remember how trapped I felt. In a car, miles away from home, trying not to show any reaction to what she was saying until I couldn't anymore and ended up bursting into tears. When that happened, she started crying and blaming me for manipulating and hurting her.
When I look back, I can't help but hate myself in all those situations. I blame myself for being weak. I know it isn't rational. Nor was my reaction to this diagnosis or these new meds. I can't bring myself to take these meds and accept that I'm really just some fucked up, mentally ill person and can't ever change that. I'd rather destroy my life entirely by cut out my doctor, therapists, etc and never look back. I feel physically sick looking at these meds and had to put them out of my sight.
My grandfather called me and told me my cat got put down. I didn't really react to that, maybe I'm some sort of psycho too, but I feel almost jealous. I've always told people I would rather be put down before I get hospitalized. I wish I could have that option, to point to this and say "I'm too sick, can you just put me to sleep?" but that option doesn't exist. I can shove pills down my throat to keep everyone around me happy until I finally die.
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2023.03.26 00:35 realmansson51 Tomei um oxy e meio de 10 mg a sla uma hr e meia kk tô chapado ja eu acho tem mais metade de outro cp, vai dar mais uma ondinha?

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2023.03.26 00:34 sophlume Can i take Ambien and Trazodone together?

22, Male, 5’7”, 170lbs.
so i’ve been having a lot of trouble sleeping the past few months and have been taking Trazodone 75-100 mg and Melatonin 5mg every night for about 3 1/2 months now. some nights it works, some nights it doesn’t. last night was one of the nights it didn’t unfortunately. i was so tired but my anxiety just wouldn’t let up and i didn’t get any sleep.
i want to try taking 5-10 mg of ambien tonight but i’m not sure if i should take it with or without the trazodone. my biggest concern is skipping the trazodone and having withdrawals tomorrow from it.
i’m getting kind of mixed info when trying to look up if i can take both together. some say it’s no biggie, others recommend against it. i really just want a good nights sleep and i’m hoping the ambien will help with easing my anxiety and helping me relax.
i have taken 5mg of ambien once before and don’t recall any crazy side effects. i remember waking up a couple hours after taking it but going back to sleep.
any advice is helpful, i’m just really desperate to get sleep. anxiety and insomnia are truly awful diseases i hate this so much :(
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2023.03.26 00:25 atypicalthinker Tried all these meds and I don't feel any better. Feeling hopeless. I swear I was happier off meds. (Gabapentin missing because I started abusing it and had to throw it out)

Tried all these meds and I don't feel any better. Feeling hopeless. I swear I was happier off meds. (Gabapentin missing because I started abusing it and had to throw it out)
I know... talk to your provider. I am waiting to see him. I just feel like everything I've tried has prevented major mania and psychosis but just let's me go into deep downs/mixed episodes.
When I didn't take meds for a long period I actually accomplished so much in life. Now I'm going backwards.
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2023.03.26 00:24 chic_luke Are aura migraines commonly linked to anxiety?

Hi people. I just had my first aura migraine last week, it started slow, but it lasted three days and it was horrible. It was impossible to move, impossible to move my head, I had nausea the entire time. It was impossible to cook, almost impossible to go to the bathroom. Sleeping a bit to improve it would only make it worse, and the aura... the aura made it so scary and difficult to sleep. It was basically a constant 9/10 headache with aura that would not subside or go away for thee days straight. At one point I desperately called home and asked my family to go pick me up (I was in my university apartment, and I was at loss for how to handle the situation as I was not autonomous). Needless to say this was pretty fucking bad, like one of the worst experiences of my life and I am not joking, and I do not wish this to happen again, hence I am trying to see what the causes could be so that I can avoid them for next time.
My doctor diagnosed me with aura headache and gave me Rizatriptan, which seems to do absolute wonders to my migraine. It was about to start again, but with one of these pills the pain went from 5/10 to 1/10 for the entire day to disappear completely overnight, whereas previously it had easily gone to 9/10 intensity.
However, as I have been wondering what the causes of this are, I will just say that I have been going through some pretty traumatic feelings in my life, with very bad anxiety levels and crying myself to sleep... more than once. Did any of you start getting migraine + aura attacks as a result of anxiety or some particularly distressing period, or is it completely unrelated? Basically, I am trying to see if I can connect the aura migraine to the anxiety symptoms, or if it is something completely unrelated and it is mere coincidence it had to happen now.
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2023.03.26 00:21 Due_Letter_3498 Rate my daily stack(thoughts and reasons in comments)

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2023.03.26 00:03 PocketNicey Tired and struggling with 2, 5 month periods

The last two months have been in hell. I'll tell you a little about myself because I'm confused about my feelings. From the age of 14, I had acne, I was gradually gaining weight, and by the age of 19, I began to weigh 100 kilograms with a height of 175. I suffered from depression and did not trust doctors, because there was a difficult financial condition and I could only afford common doctors and some tests. At first, I was given hypothalamic syndrome, then insulin resistance, and a couple of months ago PCOS, which was, but why it was always not recorded. My weight was 117 kg, and I started a course of treatment and lost 10 kg. But the most important thing I came to the doctor with was that my period didn't end for 2.5 months. Interestingly, by coming to the doctor they were over, and then they started again. There were 16 follicles on the ultrasound in each ovary, the rest was fine, and it's not clear what my period was about. And now again some periods lasted 19 days, and they were stopped by norethisterone from the doctor because I couldn't stand it anymore. And again, the cycle is painful, I've never had such a stomachache on pills, and now it's day 6, and the intensity is like 2-3 days and aching pain. I'm very scared that I'll have endometriosis or cancer, but nothing was found at the examination. It's very scary. Maybe someone had something similar, I would just like to hear that I'm not alone with my problem.
There is one strange symptom, my navel hurts sometimes. And I can't lift heavy things, otherwise, it really hurts. And in case of pain now, I also have a reaction from convulsions from menstruation in the navel.
That's why I'm very scared now, but I'm ready, to be honest with everything.
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2023.03.26 00:01 neurastheneia Positive experience (week 3)

so I am on my 24th day on Zoloft and I wanna say that my journey was pretty smooth. In the first week I had a bad side-effect of insomnia. I could barely sleep and my psychiatrist prescribed me some risperidone for sleep, but it didn’t help so I took some Seroqul that I had from my previous psychiatrist and it helped. I don’t usually like to take it cuz i makes me sleep 10 hours but I needed it.Overall, this pill is making me live my life more easily. I do not have longer problems with unwanted thoughts and overthinking, and I feel like I can enjoy life more. The little things and most important thing is that I finally feel like I’m in control of my emotions and my moods, actions, everything, because i push myself to do it! I had some issues with anxiety at first, but I started taking Xanax again.I’ve been on it for one year> and it’s helped me a lot. I also feel more motivated and I started walking more! I try to walk 10.000 steps daily and I feel like even walking is more pleasant now, because my mind is not filled with unwonted obsessive thoughts. In the first two weeks, I was kind of thinking if I really want to be on this treatment or not, but today I can see a really realise that this whole journey is worth it. Of course not all days are like this and I have bad moments tok, but overall helped me! Feel free to ask any questions! :D
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2023.03.25 23:52 Leather_Heart3457 I have tramadol tablets with paracetamol, is it possible to extract the paracetamol? CWE TRAMADOL?

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2023.03.25 23:49 Tardigradequeen Anti-choicer is upset a 12 year old may not be forced to have a baby, and thinks women caught with abortion pills should be punished.

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2023.03.25 23:47 Cajenjo Ablation vs removing the uterus

Please help, I'm trying to figure this out. Which is best and what are the up sides and down sides of the two.
Some background: I have horrible PMS and horrible period pains. I know now that I should have sought medical help when I was a teen but back then I thought it was normal. I've been on birth control pills (Cerazette) for over 10 years and have not had a period for most of that time. But the side effects got worse over time. I had problems I didn't even know was caused by the pills but a nurse casually mentioned it one time and said I could try without. I quit in august and it has been a ride like a really bad roller coaster while my body got used to not being on the pill but now I feel better in so many ways. Except for my really bad PMS and periods are back.
Now I really want to get sterilized since I can't be on the pill anymore. I would like to take the opportunity to do something about my horrible periods at the same time. My thought was to remove the uterus but all that seem to be recommended is ablation/Novasure (I'm not in the US btw).
I understand that it's a smaller procedure but not everyone are period free after it. And my thoughts is that if the craps are from the uterus shedding then shouldn't it be better just to remove the damned thing? Is there anyone here who can tell me the pros of not removing the uterus and going for the ablation instead? Are there any cons to removing the uterus except for the fact that it is a bigger operation?
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2023.03.25 23:43 cvchamp15 Hope is on the rise, What you can do to improve as well !

I’ve personally been dealing with visual snow symptoms for about a year now. It started after years of poor lifestyle choices, followed by a string of personal traumas.
At first, it was unbearable and I felt like there was no way to continue forward with life. I felt stuck, hopeless, and very detached from the world as I knew it. I knew that there was something wrong but I couldn’t place my finger on it, probably because the symptoms came on quite gradually instead of all at once. I had my eyes checked by an ophthalmologist twice, to be told I have 20/20 vision. Pleaded my case to my PCP about how my quality of life has lessened since developing these symptoms, just to be asked “what are you afraid of?” Most recently, I was finally seen by a Neuro-ophthalmologist. He at least recognized it as a legitimate case of visual snow, and gave me an official diagnosis. Other than that he really had nothing for me. I was told sometimes people recover, sometimes they don’t. Sometimes peoples just forget about it (filter it out), until they are reminded of it again. He told me FL-41 tinted glasses have been found promising in the lessening of visual symptoms.
From where I was at the first time I had my eyes checked, to where I’m at now.. I have already seen drastic improvement. But like many of us, I don’t want to just improve..I want what I would consider to be a full recovery!
Let me tell you what I have done thus far to get to about 50% recovery and what I will continue to do.
The first thing that helped me to improve was getting sober (for the most part, I still partake on rare occasions). Smoking weed/drinking a glass of wine at night was no longer a part of my routine and I cut out binge drinking entirely. Started going weeks/months at a time without either. It provided me with the mental clarity I needed to get my life moving in the right direction again. The focus was to calm my nervous system and help to alleviate the feelings of depersonalization/anxiety/depression.
Next, i began to move my body and get active. Also spending time in nature.
I love to flyfish, and I do it as often as I can. I also play sports multiple times a week, it provides me with great exercise and also allows me to socialize. These are two things that I believe are critical for everyones recovery.
I’ve been into mindfulness and meditation for a handful of years now but with the mental state I was in I couldn’t bring myself to meditating for a very long time. Once I started seeing small improvements I knew it was time to keep pushing. Meditation might be the tool that has provided me with the most relief and stability (mentally) since the development of these symptoms. I try to meditate AT LEAST once a day and it has been the first thing I look towards when I experience a symptom flare up. This has also helped me to distinguish my anxiety, depression, and depersonalization to a minimum. Stretching/Yoga is also a great way to release stress/tension/trauma from the body. I have also been going to therapy for a couple months now to release past trauma. Haven’t even mentioned a word of visual snow to my therapist because I knew I had other factors in my life that needed to be worked out.
Lastly, prioritizing my sleep, diet, and overall wellness. I try to sleep somewhere between 7-9 hours a day depending on what my body is telling me it needs. I have been cutting down largely on refined sugars, dairy, and gluten. It has been extremely difficult for me to cut all of these foods out completely because 1. I love food, and 2. I am also a type 1 diabetic so sometimes I need sugar to balance out my glucose. Still, I am focusing my diet around fresh foods, with much more fruits and veggies. My most recent improvements are coming from the shifted diet along with trips to the sauna multiple times a week to detox my body, reduce inflammation and promote relaxation. I have also added supplements to my daily regiment, vitamins A,B,C,D and detox boosters. My next implication will be visual rehabilitation therapy in my home using the “brock string method” hopefully this can help push my recovery even further. The brock string method is something I discovered while doing my own research. I plan to call the Neuro-ophthalmologist back to ask about getting visual rehabilitation treatment from them as well.
All of this has helped me to get back to feeling like myself again and has provided me with great confidence as I face these symptoms moving forward. A great equalizer in all of this has been EXPANDING my knowledge of visual snow, what it is, and how people are seeing relief/recovery. The numbers are low, but if not YOU, then who? There is no magical pill available for us, WE must do the work.
So if you are like me and you have developed these symptoms in an on-set manner and are looking for ways to combat it. I would at least ATTEMPT everything listed above to improve your overall health. I am almost certain you will begin to see some type of improvements, if you stick with it. I would also suggest you seek a medical practitioner who has a more integrative/holistic approach to identify possible root causes of these symptoms.
Please feel free to reach out, I’m willing to help people in anyway that I can! I am also looking for any tips/methods/knowledge to add to my recovery process. Will check back into this post when more significant progress has been made.
I would like to list a few resources below that have helped me and that are also very informative.
RECENT Podcast explaining visual snow and also recovery tactics, Dr. Charles Shidloksy
Dr. Shidlosky treated a patient who was a college baseball player. Sat 1.5 years dues to VSS symptoms, after undergoing treatment he returned to baseball and led his division in hitting percentage. Story was published by sports-illustrated.
TwoPaths healing toolkit, free information on youtube on how to increase overall quality of life with visual snow/tinnitus/dppr
Recent studies on pathology of Visual Snow, explains relation to cognitive impairments.
^ this one also cites a study of VSS development post-covid infection. Will include below.
VSS post-covid infection for those who are interested
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2023.03.25 23:43 Gabe__Itch__ Why is there no network showing up even with antennas screwed in?

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2023.03.25 23:39 danibanani1007 Lexapro and neurodivergency

I've been on 10 mg for 1.5 months and I've noticed certain neurodivergent traits have intensified since being on it.
Aside from the normal side effects and mood stability the medication has given me I've noticed that I find it harder to focus on things, I forget where I put things and leave them behind, as well as becoming fixated on things more often and struggling with social situations.
I've suspected that I'm neurodivergent for a good couple of years but haven't bothered seeking a diagnosis for anything as I think I'm high functionin and I don't think I'll change anything in my life.
Has anyone experienced something similar?
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2023.03.25 23:20 urrca One more skipping question: 2 weeks at 10 mg

I've searched and seen a lot about skipping one dose or two doses at a lower mg. Wondering if anyone has skipped two doses at the 10 mg level. I took my shot last Sunday and will aim to take the next one 19 days later (so skipping my dose tomorrow and the following Sunday, will take the shot that following Friday when I return). I'm heading out of the country and 10 mg has been giving me nausea and sleeping probs. I'd rather not have those issues while I'm walking around in a cool new country I've never visited before :( I mainly want to know what I might be in for when I return and take the shot after a 19 day latency.
Has anyone skipped that much time? Any experience you can share?
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2023.03.25 23:08 Healthy-Ad-1842 Is this a heart attack? Angina?

26F, 267lbs, 5 ft 5 in, located in the midwestern United States, white. Type 1.5/LADA diabetes (just diagnosed in January of this year but was initially diagnosed as Type 2 in 2016). High triglycerides. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Depression and anxiety.
Medications (daily):
When I went to sleep last night, my right shoulder was hurting and I thought it was just a pinched nerve or maybe I slept on it wrong. This morning, I woke up with sudden chest pain and just a dull pain in my upper abdomen and was advised by a local triage nurse to call 911. The paramedics came, did an EKG, checked my blood pressure and my pulse. They said everything was fine and did NOT recommend going to the ER but suggested I make an appointment with my primary doctor for blood work. Shortly before they came, I did take a 20mg Pepcid pill and this helped a little with the pain in my chest and abdomen, so they thought it may be acid reflux even though I hadn’t eaten anything since the previous night and it wasn’t anything overly fatty/greasy/spicy. They did ask what I would rate my pain out of 10 before they got there and I said a 6, then before they left I did let them know it had decreased to about a 2-3.
This was hours ago but I’m still having chest pain. It’s worse when lying down, taking a deep breath and bending over. The abdominal pain is gone for the most part, but I can still feel a faint pain at the top of my abdomen, right in the center. I would describe the chest pain as dull and achy if I’m not doing anything listed above, otherwise if I am doing something that worsens it, it’s sharp.
I’m just worried that my chest is still hurting. I’ve experienced acid reflux and heartburn before, but not to this extent. I’m wondering if I need a second opinion or if I should go to the ER or what. Thank you in advance
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2023.03.25 23:04 born_to_be_naked Positive change

Oct weight: 113 kgs. Fasting insulin: unknown. Hba1c: unknown. Fasting glucose: unknown
Jan weight: 93 kgs. Fasting insulin: 29.7 µU/mL (10 hr fast). Hba1c: 5.6. Fasting glucose: 94.9 mg/dL.
Today weight: 86 kgs. Fasting insulin: 10.29 µU/mL (9 hr 45 mins fast). Hba1c: 5.6. Fasting glucose: 94 mg/dL.
I do not believe the Insulin figure i see!! I didn't think was possible! The last meal before latest test i deliberately ate a chocolate banana cream desert at the end and did not excercise just to test what will be my result. And still my result has improved!!
I still have about 7-8 kgs more to lose minimum. I hope that will bring my fasting insulin number even lower.
I have also faded my Acanthosis nigricans and posted with pics in Jan about it. It's progess has slowed down. My dermatologist had told it won't go away fully but I'm hoping it will reverse even more.
I changed my diet since Oct to a low glycemic index one, no cheat meals, consistently eating in calories deficit, eating first meal by 9am and last meal by 7pm (only water after that) and again made changes from Jan onwards and i started eating egg + chicken + vegetables + legumes for dinner everyday, reducing the carbs even further.
It's possible! Have you guys also been able to bring a change in your numbers? Change in Acanthosis nigricans? Just by making diet and lifestyle changes? I wanna hear other people's stories and how they did it!
I have been taking a combo capsule containing alpha lipoic acid, biotin, zinc sulphate, chromium twice a day after meals but I'm not sure how much effect that has compared to other changes i made.
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2023.03.25 23:01 jimmy_edu My Sarms Cycle Plan — Feedback & Advice Kindly Requested

Hi there, I’m planning on doing a 2nd attempt at a Sarms cycle. I had to stop my first cycle after about 2 weeks due to lethargic side effects. My plan is laid out below. Helpful Advice would be appreciated,
Do Rad 140 (5 mg) solo for 4 weeks only.
Then do Cardarine (10 mg) solo for the next 4 weeks afterward.
Then repeat 4-week Rad 140 (5 mg) cycle.
Followed by another 4-week Cardarine (10 mg) cycle.
Then repeat the alternating 4-week Rad 140 & Cardarine cycles
I’m looking to do a body recomp with slightly more emphasis on losing body fat.
I want to minimize the side effects of Rad 140 by only taking 5 mg and prevent (or at least slow down) building a tolerance to Rad 140 by only doing a 4 week cycle,
I’m choosing to do Cardarine on a separate 4-week cycle since I think that’ll do less damage compared to taking Rad 140 & Cardarine together.
Plus, I still want a fat burning / muscle preserving stimulus as I cycle off Rad 140 for 4 weeks.
I’m on TRT injections (20 mg at 4 times a week = 80 mg weekly total) with HCG (25 mg twice a week = 50 mg weekly total).
Creatine (3 mg in morning, 3 mg before gym, 3 mg before bed)
L-Carnitine injections (1 ml at 3 times a week),
LIPO injections (which include a variety of B vitamins: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 12 — 1 ml at 3 times a week)
Multivitamin (2 times per day)
Omega 3 Fatty Acids (2 times per day)
Curcumin / Tumeric
Vitamin D, Calcium, Vitamin C, Magnesium
Caffeine (100 mg at 3-4 times per day)
I take Tudca, Milk Thistle, NAC, Kidney Support Supplements, and Organ Defender supplements every night.
I’ve been weight-lifting 5x a week with a personal trainer, doing a calorie deficit of 250-500 calories per week. Been waking 10,000 - 15,000 steps per day at a slow 2-3 mph pace.
Take Rad 140 (5 mg) for 8 weeks, then Cardarine (10 mg) separately for 8 weeks to get the full range of effects from a standard 8 week cycle.
My concern is the side effects of longer cycles and the increased risk of building a tolerance.
Take Rad 140 (5 mg) & Cardarine (10 mg) together for 4 weeks; then stop both for a 4 week break, then continue Rad 140 (5 mg) & Cardarine (10 mg) together for another 4 weeks.
Benefits would be faster fat loss results along with muscle gain.
My concern is the increased risk of side effects of taking both Rad 140 & Cardarine together. Also, I’m afraid of losing my gains due to having no fat burning stimulus for 4 weeks off-cycle.
HELPFUL Advice & Feedback kindly requested.
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2023.03.25 22:51 Gcs1903 Side Effects

Hi, I’m on 20 mg for bladder pain, recently moving up from 10 mg. I’ve started to get numb cold feelings in my legs and buttocks, as well as my feet. It also sometimes feels like burning. It’s not constant, but noticeable. I know parathesia can be a side effect. Has anyone else had this?
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