Dbol experience

Weeks Testosterone-Propionate Equipoise Trenbolone-Acetate Dianabol Anavar Arimidex
1 125/eod 400mg 20mg/ed /ed
2 125/eod 400mg 20mg/ed /ed
3 125/eod 400mg 20mg/ed /ed
4 125/eod 400mg 20mg/ed /ed
5 125/eod 400mg /ed
6 125/eod 400mg /ed
7 125/eod 400mg 50mg/eod 50mg/ed /ed
8 125/eod 400mg 50mg/eod 50mg/ed /ed
9 125/eod 50mg/eod 50mg/ed /ed
10 125/eod 50mg/eod 50mg/ed /ed
11 125/eod 50mg/eod 50mg/ed /ed
12 125/eod 50mg/eod 50mg/ed /ed

As he mentioned towards the end of his passage, one of the differences he states is, “1. Signs are what a doctor sees, symptoms are what a patient experiences.” if i might add that when he means what a doctor “sees” also means what is smelt, felt, tasted(in rare cases of diagnosis), hear, and sees or the 5 senses. This is the difference that he is talking about when differentiating between a sign and a symptom. A simpler way to word this is that it is all observed by perspective. A fever can be felt and seen by a doctor making it a sign but it can also be a symptom do to the fact that the patient also experiences the fever. So you are right, but technically it is not a special case because there are also other symptoms/signs that fall under this category.

Dbol experience

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