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  • Very informative post on the MD No Bull Forum by a medical professional: Hope Boston starts a speedy and effective recovery.

    The peptide was the straw that broke the camel’s back. you don’t go from no kidney failure to level 5. Otherwise a massive jump from no damage to highest level of failure would have continued to fail. He had chronic kidney failure that when unchecked and under the radar. It may have been injured and healed back and fourth routinely. Over the years that formed irreversible injury.

    I can’t stress enough, the importance of monitoring blood pressure for men. If you’re on gear, make sure you blood pressure is in check all the time. Have a machine at home. And check your BP routinely.

    Lower your calories, lower you body weight. Add cardio ( cardio is actually very effective and fast, in some instances it can lower bp immediately after stopping your session of cardio).
    Losartan/ Hydrochlorothiazide combo. ( it’s incredibly effective in getting ride of water and lower your bp and keeping it low) it’ll protect your kidneys. And you can also add in Amlodipine which is a calcium channel blocker to regulate your heart if your heart is beating fast. Or a Beta Blocker. But Beta blockers seem to have more effects on people that include erectile dysfunction, drowsiness, etc.

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