Pictures are helpful. I’m not sure how far into the cycle you are at this point or if you’ve started at all, but I would consider making some changes before you begin. Bring your body fat down a little (to 10/12%) to get the most out of your cycle…clean up your diet and train way harder (this training ethic will also only help you use the gear once you go on cycle).
I want to make sure you guys on this thread understand how important your diet and training, as well as the base you are starting from are to what you can get out of using steroids. You’re really young and you have so much potential to improve your body without the use of gear, get a solid starting point, and save the cycle for when you’ve actually plateaued and your diet and training are dialed - then you’ll see great results.
That being said if you’re going to ignore me and use anyways - make sure you check in to ensure you’re on track!
I mean, it's really two different questions, Will your testosterone have increased? No, it won't have because dbol doesn't increase testosterone. Will it show on a test as having increased? It's possible, and as hypno says, it has been reported to. Overall though, it will probably have suppressed you so you're not exactly gonna get accurate results. Your liver values and estrogen however is probably where you're gonna notice a bit of a difference. Also gonna reiterate here, you should be using dbol as part of a stack, not alone.
By the time you have omitted all of those foods and beverages from your diet you are probably wondering if there is anything which you can eat when suffering from gallstones. Actually, they say it is safe to eat pasta, potatoes, cereals and some types of bread, but again, you would need to be careful because some grains are harmful. Other foods which don't seem to cause a problem would include sweet potatoes, tomatoes, cold water fish, berries, garlic, okra, avocados, grapes, pears, papaya and omega-3 oils. In fact, omega-3 oils are actually very good for you and can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke while also breaking down cholesterol so that it isn't as likely to form gallstones. The best way to understand foods you shouldn't eat with gallstones is to simply learn how to eat a healthy diet which you should be doing in the first place. Even then, once your gallstone problem has been corrected some of the above foods are safe to eat in moderation.