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    Beware this came up again on MM and I hate this topic because it affects a lot of people who ignore it.
    steroid Induced polycythemia.
    http://www.musclemayhem.com/forum/cg...T;f=15;t=17347
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    I am advising 2 other guys I train on this very problem right now as well.
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      G, Would you beleive after a long cycle and I mean long my RBC count was 5.41 range is 4.20-5.50 and post cycle 8 weeks later RBC count was 5.72, my buddy who is a Endocrinologist at the college I work at told me its due to high nitrogem balance and very high protein intake...
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        If this condition is ignored what could happen?
        Cliche 'Everyone wants to be big, but no one wants to lift heavy weight'.

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          Originally posted by tybolltt
          If this condition is ignored what could happen?
          It can get very serious, many problems can occur:

          Increased red cell mass increases blood viscosity and decreases tissue perfusion, potentially predisposing you to thrombosis.

          Symptoms due to high red cell mass usually manifest as plethora or a ruddy complexion.

          If the condition is secondary to hypoxia, as in arterial shunts or lung and oxygenation, also can be cyanotic.

          Symptomscan be from impaired circulation to the central nervous system, headaches, lethargy, and confusion or more serious things like stroke and obtundation can happen.

          In some people, a family history of congenital heart disease may be present.

          People with increased oxygen affinity usually have a family history of similar problems in family members, may have congenital polycythemia.

          Chronic pruritus and no rash is more like a primary myeloproliferative disorder rather than secondary polycythemia...
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