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I'm 24. I wasn't sure if it would allow me to make an account if I wasn't 25 so thats what I put. (it does say Under 25 is not for AAS). But I appreciate your reply. I had planned on dropping the mast after being told that my bf% was too high to reap the full benefits. So besides the mast, what else do you think i should drop? or what should I go with? or am I still too much of a "newbie" that doesn't have impressive enough stats because i'm actually being honest about them (besides the 6'5"...im actually more like 6'4 3/4)...either way I appreciate your response and respect your opinion but I would love to hear more of your opinion. Thanks
It's basically a partial block on the right hand side of my hearts electrical conduction system. Sounds a lot worse than it is to be honest. If you have heart pains a cardiologist shouldn't brush you off like that. I'm assuming he just gave you a standard ECG? Unless your experiencing symptoms WHILST the test is taking place it is not unlikely that defects are missed. I'd request an echocardiogram (sort of like what women have when they're pregnant to see the baby) and possibly a stress ECG test due to the fact you train (you run on a treadmill whilst cardiologists record what your heart does). I wouldn't request a holter (a portable heart monitor) unless your experiencing heart palpitations so if they try and push you down this road (which they likely will as it's the cheapest option) id politely refuse and explain why you think one of the other tests are better suited. It isn't worth taking chances with your heart mate and you sound worried so even if it's just for the peice of mind it's worth doing.