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the point of the 2 weeker is that supposedly PCT is much easier because the cycle is short. Look up Bill Roberts and his case study on 2 week cycles. And yes I have done research and I have been for the past 2 years. It makes sense imo. Your are right about the concoction of drugs, but I was thinking of doing the Rip Blend because it would be difficult to see a lot of side for two weeks, that is why I asked for your guys opinion on the dosage. I don't know if its the steroids getting to your head or you are just plain rude, but i am still shocked at your first reply. edit: I'll probably drop the dbol since its too many compounds.
On the subject of burn patient liver function - there are some changes in liver function in people who experience full thickness burns. This study shows changes in liver function in values for burn patients. The two significant changes were an increase in urobilinogen and changes in albumin/globulin ratios. The change in ratio makes sense from a pathophysiological standpoint. One of the main globulins produced by the liver is angiotensinogen, which would be elevated due to issues such as hypovolemia caused by burns. Likewise, changes to albumin production would occur due to both the metabolism of damaged proteins and changes to blood colloid osmotic pressure due to capillary damage.