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    Bloodwork questions.

    About a month ago (a few weeks after last pin/end of cycle) my RBC came in at 5.83. A bit high, so I gave blood.
    I got bloodwork yesterday and it came back 5.9. Higher...what gives? What can I do? I will check BP when I get home, but when I gave blood it was fine. 113/64, if I recall correctly.

    Also, on both tests my fasting glucose levels were a tad high and 112 & 118. Possibly HGH causing this? I do not think it is a cause for concern, is it?

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    Re: Bloodwork questions.

    The RBC is only mildly high, so I wouldn't go nuts over it. Give blood again when you can. I'd bet that is comes back down into range given a bit more time. I'm not sure about the glucose deal though.

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    Re: Bloodwork questions.

    You body can make glucose from fatty acids and proteins. As for donating blood..I never made sense if you donate a pint the by volume particulates (rbc) would stay the same.
    If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything.

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    Re: Bloodwork questions.

    Good point matty!

    Just thinking out loud here, but could pinning gh fasted then having a large coffee with tons of splenda before the blood draw have any effect on my glucose?

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    Re: Bloodwork questions.

    Yes, the high gloucose is from the GH. I hover around 120-130.

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    Re: Bloodwork questions.

    Another thing, if the slightly elevated blood is got you worried, try adding asprin for a couple of weeks

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    Re: Bloodwork questions.

    Thanks Grind!

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