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Will Oxandrolone Raise Blood Pressure

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Deca and raising red blood cells

I took Deca for about one month. My blood pressure started to sky rocket to dangerous levels after this one month. I stoped taking the Deca and I had some blood work done and my red blood cells came back extremely high. I had a second lad test...
Douglas T. Dieterich, M.D.

Response from Douglas T. Dieterich, M.D.

New York University, School of Medicine
Yes, yes and yes! You have to stop the anabolics and tell your MD about. All of those things are common side effects of steroids. Unless you have HIV and really need them the risk to you far outweighs the benefits. Talk to your MD! DTD... Read more »

Fatigue on Oxandrolone

Hi Nelson. Tried Oxandrolone at 20mg per day then dropped down to 10mg per day for about six weeks.... Read more »

oxandrolone

I want to take oxandrolone for my severe wasting because I heard that its is relatively easy on the... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Consumer Pressures Raise Papua New Guinea AIDS Rate

At the recent AIDS conference in Lae, Papua New Guinea, an expert reported that more than 70 percent of the nation's young women are engaging in "secret, casual sex" due to consumer pressures. The women, said Charles Pepe of the Marobe Province AIDS... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Blood Cleansing Would Raise Need for Donors

Treating donated blood to kill HIV and other dangerous organisms damages the blood enough to require blood centers to increase their drives for donations. This is but one consequence of a new procedure being introduced to clean blood products of... Read more »
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

High Blood Pressure -- Medicines to Help You

High blood pressure is a serious illness. High blood pressure is often called a "silent killer" because many people have it but do not know it. Some people do not feel sick at first. Over time, people who do not get treated for high blood... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Gay Blood Drive Puts Pressure on U.S. FDA Over Rules

The first national Gay Blood Drive, held on July 12, aimed to pressure the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) into lifting a ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men. Ryan James Yezak organized the national blood drive. Yezak is a... Read more »
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Blood pressure.

Posted by Anonymous
Does your blood pressure rise when first infected with the virus.

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Raising Children with HIV

Posted by TwinsDad, 3 Replies
Hello ladies,

I am posting this for my wife. She is still in denial and I want to help her with some information about raising children with HIV in 2005. Thank you for your cooperation. Read more »

raised bump on my back

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
hi, i posted last week. I put myself at high risk about 6 yrs ago with someone i did not know his status. Six years later and i feel great but I am noticing a bump on my back that looks like karposis sarcoma. Its is like the size of a pea a little... Read more »

World AIDS Day 2006: raising 'HIV/AIDS' Awareness

Posted by Anonymous
World AIDS Day 2006: Raising 'HIV/AIDS' Awareness

We urgently need to raise 'HIV/AIDS' Awareness to stop the epidemic spread of AIDS-related Myths, HIV-related Lies and Pharmogenocide: Iatrogenic 'AIDS' ('AIDS' caused by anti-retroviral' drugs).

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