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2006/07/08 06:16:59 (permalink)
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Gyno advice

ive been reading up on old posts here on MT for the past two weeks about gyno. I have a bit of gyno from a previous cycle (cycle ended only about 4 weeks ago). And i want to get some things straight. I could be COMPLETLY backwards with some of this stuff

1) Ive heard some rumors on here of members that have taken parlodel or dostinex to get rid of already-formed gyno. Heard from a few that the gyno disapeared within a matter of days. I know parlodel and dostinex are anti prolactins so i can only see this helping with an individual that is CURRENTLY lactating and cant seem to see how this would get rid of actual ALREADY-FORMED breast tissue? Is there ANYTHING that helps to get rid of already formed gyno??????? How about Raloxifene?

2) Prolactin is the hormone responsible for gyno correct? and if this is true why do we not just take anti-prolactins such as parlodel or dostinex during a cycle to PREVENT gyno?

3)Prolactin levels are elevated by high estrogen levels, correct? Couple the high estrogen levels with some progesterone and prolactin levels become even higher ? right?

4) So using an anti-aromatise like armidex (no nolva) will help reduce estrogen levels, therefore gyno should not occur. However i have also read here that it does not take much estrogen to start the production of prolactin if enough progesterone is present. Consider a cycle of injectable testosterone (say 500mg a week) and tren (75mg every other day). With all that said, will armidex lower estrogen levels enough so that there is not enough estrogen in the body to cause the start of production of prolactin from the high progesterone (which the armidex has obviously no effect on), which is in the bloodstream, as well (from the tren).

post edited by PartyBoy - 2006/07/08 09:49:56
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