Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by michael, Dec 31, 2005.
why they're important in keeping constant blood levels.
dawg, we've had this discussion
test eth is 15 days, cyp is supposebly a little bit longer.
More frequent injections = more stable blood levels
WORST EXPLANATION OF HALF LIFES, EVER
YOU CAN SUCK MY BIG FAT LONG PeNIS
drunkgerbil, did you just delete your post?
Your question really doesn't make a whole lot of sense. THere are too many different drugs out there. You know what half lives go with which drug. It was explained on elitefitness that if a drug has a 10day half life then 10 days after the initial injection lets say 100mg you would only have 50mg in your system. If your body does not see this 100mg constant your blood levels will change and cause more hormonal problems than that is already known. ALong with that you know the usual acne, etc... Drugs with short half lifes, test susp, prop, tren, npp need to be admined ED or EOD to keep constant levels due to the shorter half like(3 days or so.)
the half life of a chemical is the time it takes to decay to half of current potency
no problem negroid
enth is longer than cyp
not from what most people would say
actually its the opposite.
enth = 10.5 days cyp = 12 days decanoate = 15 days
I think you'll find that its more of a chemistry based question than biology.
is chemistry a hard course? I'm still debating on taking it or not
Depends on the school, I took it at GA Tech and it almost killed me while I could have taken it the summer before at the local community college and slept through it.
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I was gonna take it at a Comm College, but I want to actually benefit from the information not just take it to have it
chemistry isn't hard, well basic chemistry.
physics is much worse.
physics is the devil
well then find out which professors at your school are decent cause that makes alll the difference