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Epistane & clones, and gyno..

Epistane & clones, and gyno..

Epi - Cured/Improved my Gyno   15% (4)
Epi - Did nothing for my Existing Gyno   11% (3)
Epi - GAVE me gyno (dammit!)   15% (4)
Epi - I don't have gyno   57% (15)

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JingPuerh
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2009/07/30 12:34:32 (permalink)
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Epistane & clones, and gyno..

Let's see what numbers we really have as there's a lot of talk on the forum about this at the moment..

fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    JingPuerh
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/04 17:28:50 (permalink)
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    Bump for more responses..

    Surely more than six of us have used Epi or a clone?

    fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/04 21:21:51 (permalink)
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    What doseage and length would it be run to reduce gyno?

    I've read 20mg ED?  Also, can you still gain using this dose?  Even if it's slow at producing results?
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/04 21:36:41 (permalink)
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    Did nothing for (mild) existing gyno


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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/04 23:44:13 (permalink)
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    danaj

    What doseage and length would it be run to reduce gyno?

    I've read 20mg ED?  Also, can you still gain using this dose?  Even if it's slow at producing results?


    20mg for gyno reduction yes.

    20mg is a good dose to cut at mate (ask Firestorm) sides less likely to interfere with cardio, so fat loss is better. You'll still gain!

    fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/07 07:40:43 (permalink)
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    for all the talk on the forum we've had about this issue.. looks like noone is prepare to actually vote and try to put some numbers on the scale of the problem..

    fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/07 12:57:18 (permalink)
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    Tbh it would be better if you'd made an option 'I've never tried Epi' so that people like me could see the results without having to give a false answer.
     (Or maybe there is a way and I don't know it!)

    "Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true."
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/07 13:02:47 (permalink)
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    Epi (& clones) have caused me no gyno issues
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/07 13:49:59 (permalink)
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    FatboyGinger

    Tbh it would be better if you'd made an option 'I've never tried Epi' so that people like me could see the results without having to give a false answer.
    (Or maybe there is a way and I don't know it!)


    You click on Show Result - right next to the Cast Vote button mate. ;)

    fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/07 23:59:34 (permalink)
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    JingPuerh

    FatboyGinger

    Tbh it would be better if you'd made an option 'I've never tried Epi' so that people like me could see the results without having to give a false answer.
    (Or maybe there is a way and I don't know it!)


    You click on Show Result - right next to the Cast Vote button mate. ;)


    duhh!

    "Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true."
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/08 02:23:50 (permalink)
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    JingPuerh

    for all the talk on the forum we've had about this issue.. looks like noone is prepare to actually vote and try to put some numbers on the scale of the problem..
    Although i think it's an interesting topic & would also be keen to know what's what with numbers, I have to say i think polls aren't the best way of getting the info.

    As it stands there's been 16 votes cast, yet only 2 of these voters have identified themselves in the thread. We have no idea who the other voters are or how reliable their votes are.

    Shame though as it would be interesting to get some decent understanding on the epi / gyno issues mentioned.

    Jingy: do you have an educational / vocational background in the natural or industrial sciences per chance?


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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/08 08:57:32 (permalink)
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    FGB: biomedical/clinical sciences.

    fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/11 00:36:07 (permalink)
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    JingPuerh

    FGB: biomedical/clinical sciences.
    Sorry for the delay in responding mate, been a bit busy & forgot about this thread (I turned off the notification thingy as it used to batter my inbox!).

    Was just curious really as you're obviously an intelligent & educated guy, & you do rather like both your scientificy-type stuff & quantitative data, so figured you'd be a graduate in something along those lines.




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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/11 10:04:20 (permalink)
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    I have had no gyno issues with Epi.
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/11 10:41:09 (permalink)
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    Not sure of how it effects HPTA long because of the up down nature of the cycle, but i have yet to read of a pulse cycle that has lead to gyno using epi
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/11 14:34:09 (permalink)
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    fah_gedda_boudit

    JingPuerh

    FGB: biomedical/clinical sciences.

    Was just curious really as you're obviously an intelligent & educated guy, & you do rather like both your scientificy-type stuff & quantitative data, so figured you'd be a graduate in something along those lines.

    Graduate?? Please! I've done a little better than that my friend.. LOL!

    fah_gedda_boudit: "At the end of the day I don't think it really matters what it tastes like. If the liquid stuff is what you can get, well ger'it down yer neck & cowboy up"
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    Re:Epistane & clones, and gyno.. 2009/08/12 08:49:24 (permalink)
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    Have run Epi alone and as a follow on to 3 weeks of SD. No gyno issues on either occasion. Ran OTC PCT both times.

    I can't recall what forum it was but I threw one little c.unt into a sentence and you'd have thought I'd bummed one of their grandmas

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