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Isovolemic Venesection + Hench Project

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SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS ONLY

PLEASE NOTE IT CAN TAKE UP TO 2 WEEKS FOR YOU TO GET YOUR RESULTS VIA MAIL. We are not allowed to share your results via telephone. 

WHAT
The first part of isovolemic venesection is the same as the normal one, the nurse draws 450ml of blood from you. In the second part the nurse infuse saline hydration fluid.

What is the hench project?
Comprehensive blood tests for health markers with accompanying results and interpretation report aimed mainly at enhanced athletes.

What blood tests?
Hormone panel 
Blood panel 
Liver and kidney values 
Cholesterol 
Other markers if needed

Why should you have blood work done?
Athletes who use Anabolic/Androgenic Steroids (AAS) will result in natural testosterone deficiency. This can result in symptoms such as depression, fatigue, low sex drive and decreased athletic performance. It is also proven to have a detrimental effects on blood lipid profiles (and cardiovascular health as a result) and liver and kidney values. Having blood tests to monitor your hormone and other health marker levels before, during and after an AAS cycle is advisable to minimise side effects and ensure optimal results of your chosen AAS as well as the efficiency of any post-cycle therapy (PCT) utilised to reinstate natural testosterone levels.

WHY ISOVOLEMIC VENSECTION? 
Some people may feel faint or tired after their venesection. IV fluid replacement can help improve this. It also help general hydration and can be beneficial for athletes.

BEFORE THE APPOINTMENT
The only thing you need to think about is being hydrated. You can eat before if you want to. 

AFTER THE APPOINTMENT
Avoid training that day. Some people feel dizzy or faint after their appointment, make sure you eat and drink after.

 

What is it?

Comprehensive blood tests for health markers with accompanying results and interpretation report aimed mainly at enhanced athletes.

What blood tests?
Hormone panel 
Blood panel 
Liver and kidney values 
Cholesterol 
Other markers if needed

Why should you have blood work done?
Athletes who use Anabolic/Androgenic Steroids (AAS) will result in natural testosterone deficiency. This can result in symptoms such as depression, fatigue, low sex drive and decreased athletic performance. It is also proven to have a detrimental effects on blood lipid profiles (and cardiovascular health as a result) and liver and kidney values. Having blood tests to monitor your hormone and other health marker levels before, during and after an AAS cycle is advisable to minimise side effects and ensure optimal results of your chosen AAS as well as the efficiency of any post-cycle therapy (PCT) utilised to reinstate natural testosterone levels.

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