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2007/06/13 18:51:57 (permalink)

Aromasin?

I know Aromasin helps keep the water off during a cycle, but does it protect against gyno also?
Is this the best of its kind to use?

I'd rather live as a Lion for a day, than a lifetime as a sheep!!
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 19:12:57 (permalink)
    Yes it will

    20mg ED/EOD depending on cycle
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 19:20:41 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: MERKYMARK

    I know Aromasin helps keep the water off during a cycle, but does it protect against gyno also?



    Yes it does, but. . . .



    Is this the best of its kind to use?



    For water retention and those with mild susceptibility to gyno, yes.

    For those who are more prone to gyno, IMO, Arimidex is better (and letrozole is even better)
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 19:34:27 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Homercles

    ORIGINAL: MERKYMARK

    I know Aromasin helps keep the water off during a cycle, but does it protect against gyno also?



    Yes it does, but. . . .




    Is this the best of its kind to use?



    For water retention and those with mild susceptibility to gyno, yes.

    For those who are more prone to gyno, IMO, Arimidex is better (and letrozole is even better)


    Thanks mate most helpful, do any of those you mention have sides??

    I'd rather live as a Lion for a day, than a lifetime as a sheep!!
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 20:48:36 (permalink)
    Take too much letro for too long and it can drop your estrogen levels to zero, but in smaller doses (0.5mg ed) it's excellent.

    Both adex and letro can adversely effect cholesterol if used in high doses for a long time, but wit the doses we usually use there is not normally anything to worry about.
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 21:47:12 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Homercles

    Take too much letro for too long and it can drop your estrogen levels to zero

    Aromatase inhibitors can not reduce estrogen levels to zero. This includes letrozole

    Estrogen levels will certainly be reduced. But not to zero

    http://jcem.endojournals.org/cgi/reprint/90/10/5717.pdf
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 21:53:17 (permalink)
    I just started my test cyp cycle, 500mg per week. Do you think i will need aromasin throughout for water retention or just see how it plays out?
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 21:57:07 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: b_light

    I just started my test cyp cycle, 500mg per week. Do you think i will need aromasin throughout for water retention or just see how it plays out?

    Personally, I would just see how things go, seeing as this is your first cycle

    You may not be very prone to bloat. If you do find that you're getting any estrogenic side effects, then you can quickly start the aromasin (or other antiestrogen)
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 23:37:26 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Homercles

    Take too much letro for too long and it can drop your estrogen levels to zero

    Aromatase inhibitors can not reduce estrogen levels to zero. This includes letrozole

    Estrogen levels will certainly be reduced. But not to zero

    http://jcem.endojournals.org/cgi/reprint/90/10/5717.pdf



    Yeah, slight exaggeration there by me.

    Probably would have been better to say that it reduces estrogen to uncomfortable levels.

    Should really have made sure that my statement was completely scientifically accurate before I posted it.
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    RE: Aromasin? 2007/06/13 23:53:40 (permalink)
    Accuracy is always desirable
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