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I've done a few cycles before, but with a lot of time in between. Most of my cycles have had little success because I didn't watch my diet carefully enough. I have mostly used Sustanon 250 and Deca in the past. This was my first time using Tren. Anyone who uses Tren on a first cycle is crazy or stupid in my opinion. I wasn't sure even if I was ready for it.
I was going to do an 8 to 10 week cycle, but I cut it short when my gains stopped at 200 lbs. I had mild insomnia, which was no big deal. I had no problems with moodiness or rage, but I did start having some minor hair loss. My hair usually doesn't come out at all, so that was what really made me cut the cycle short.
I got really good gains through my shoulders and my legs too. I will add front shots when I have a minute. It would be nice if this app let you add more than one pic at a time.