...... I'm still floundering around with the injectables I bought in Mexico without blood tests. I think I told you I double-dosed myself by accident, thinking that the concentration was 100mg/100 ml instead of 200 mg/100ml. Anyway, I had a series of tests from that injection of 600 mg, which were a complete waste of time; the readings were all sky-high, of course. My DHT thirty-six hours after the injection was on a normal adult male scale of 30 - 85, and the FT and TT were similarly off the charts. My doctor wants me to take 150 mg of Testosterone enanthate every ten days on the theory that at the end of the cycle my testicles will be forced to work a little bit. I've read several suggestions of taking 100 mg every 7 days, to avoid the ups and downs. I've never asked you about the problem of testicular atrophy. Right now I'm just concerned about the potential long-term effects of the peak part of the injection cycle on my liver. John, SF, CA
“Nearly 500 doping samples from the Turin 2006 Winter Olympics have been retested by the IOC. These samples were retested in 2013, and former IOC Medical Commission chairman Arne Ljungqvist announced during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics results would be made public “sometime after” the end of the Games. … In 2014, the Estonian Olympic Committee also announced that two-time Turin 2006 cross country champion Kristina Šmigun-Vähi was suspected of doping based on retests of Turin samples. This has neither been confirmed nor denied by the IOC or the International Ski Federation. They have since published retest results from the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Games, but refused to reveal any information about the Turin 2006 process when asked about it during Rio 2016. It is thought likely that they were told the whole case could fall apart legally if they did speak publicly.”
My month old baby has had eczena now for the past few months now. It started a few days after his first vaccine (DTAP).I have been using Eucerin baby eczema lotion, plus borage oil mixed with coconut oil applied directly on his skin. I also comsume fish oil plus borage oil since I’m still nursing. It does seem to have reduced some of the inflammation and added moisture to his skin. They theory is that babies may have not have the enzyme to convert from LA to they are able to make this enzyme and make their own GLA. It makes me wonder if the realy culprit is a mineral deficiency since the production of enzymes relies on vitamins and minerals, in particualr zinc and magnesium.