Hmmm. I have friends that have gotten pregnant without having a period because a women still releases an egg every 12-16 days. So not sure if your period being thrown off has anything to do with Anavar actually blocking off egg production. I do see what you are saying about the money. While pregnant you can maintain your workout through your term as long as you have been training prior to pregnancy. So all of first trimester you can maintain your workout monitoring pain in your abdomen. Then after that your workout needs to be cut in half again by this point not doing any exercises that put pressure on the abdomen. So there is still arms and back. So I guess best answer is I am just anxious to start it even if I have to stop once pregnant if getting pregnant on the steroid is even possible. Thank you for your advice :)
Anything that is evidence-based from a medical perspective! I am not a nurse, but I did go through cancer treatment with a group of physicians who were very thorough in teaching me everything that they could. I am good at helping interpret bloodwork, particularly where heme profile with diff is concerned. I also have a mild form of CAH so seeing how var affected me and what my tolerance has been over these two cycles has been interesting. I already have some of the side-effects that var can cause just from being me so pushing the limit on dosing and sides for that has not been as much a concern. I do plan to do deca in the late spring and there are some sides there that I have a hard stop line for.