Test Flu

By Bella Lee | 27 July 2016 | 0 Comments

All of us at one time or another has experienced “Test Flu” in our cycles. I want to give some insight to educate the community and give some possible remedies in helping relieve the symptoms. So you can get the most out of your cycle.

Testosterone users also are very likely to experience flu-like symptoms upon commencing a cycle of Testosterone. This common occurrence is often referred to as “Test Flu” or “Sustanon Flu” (“Sus Flu”).

What is Test Flu?

It is not an official diagnosis that a physician would label, but a term that is associated with the flu because of the similarity of symptoms. The symptoms have a rapid onset. Often starts with the onset of low grade fever, headache, fatigue, and body aches. Not in that exact order or even all the symptoms listed may occur. Listed below are a few symptoms you may be experiencing:
• fever (low grade)
• severe aches and pains in the joints and muscles
• generalized weakness
• fatigue
• headache
• dry cough
• sore throat and watery discharge from your nose

“Test Flu” varies from individual to individual based on their immune system. It’s the intercorelation between your immune system and your endocrine. If you overload one then the other responds unfavorably. It’s your body’s auto immune response to the foreign substance that has entered your body and caused and influx of hormones. Your body sees the large increase as foreign and tries to get rid of it. Triggering an inflammatory response and raising you metabolism. Once your body builds its resistance to it, the symptoms relieve or even resolve. This usually takes a week or so.

“Test Flu” doesn’t necessarily mean your gear is dirty or that it’s good to go either. That’s more of an urban legend than truth.

A good rule of thumb is the shorter the carboxylic acid chain, then the greater degree of possible tissue irritation that can trigger the auto immune response. The reason being is these esters are acids, so they cause a localized reaction that the body reacts in a common defensive fashion and thus creating the “Test Flu”

What causes Test Flu?

1.Short Ester

2.High dose  can upset the immune systems balances,especially if you over train.

Once the body's energy reserves are depleted and a lot of stress is put on the nervous system you become vulnerable to viruses and bacterial infections.Also changing your hormonal balances is know to upset the immune systems homeostasis.

3.People with other problems,Top conditions involved for these people  :



 Colitis ulcerative

 Drug abuse

 Protein anabolism increased

4.Top co-used drugs for these people :



 Diphenhydramine hcl



What Can We do with Test Flu?

1.Drop the dosages in half until symptoms subside

2.Get supplement like Vitamin C,Zinc,etc

3.Drink plenty of water to ensure hydration which will also aid in recovery.

4.Take medicine like ibuprofen and paracetamol

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