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2014/12/06 08:38:14 (permalink)

HCG sides?

Hi all I'm new on here, I've startrd to use HCG to aid in weight lost, however I noticed I'm getting sensitive nipples, is this something I dhoukd worry about I have anastrozole to hand would this resolve the sensitivity?

Would here be any long term effects? Thank you
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    Re: HCG sides? 2014/12/06 09:22:55 (permalink)
    Using HCG for weight loss is kinda stupid. Other than testicular stimulation, HCG is just a really expensive way of increasing testosterone levels. Injecting actual testosterone is much cheaper and you can reach much higher levels.
     
    That said, sensitive nipples are caused by increased estrogen levels which are a side effect of HCG/testosterone, and yes it would be a good idea to use the anastrozole. If left untreated it could develop into gynecomastia.
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    Re: HCG sides? 2014/12/06 10:02:53 (permalink)
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    Hi all I'm new on here, I've startrd to use HCG to aid in weight lost



    ...what make you believe HCG will aid weight loss?, don't quote me Asher-Harper's study coz anyone on 500 cals a day is gonna loose weight!......what's wrong with a good diet n cardio?
     
     

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    Re: HCG sides? 2014/12/06 10:34:40 (permalink)
    As Above: Waste of money.
    Diet manipulation will give much superior results.
    If you want quick results then use some Clenbuterol or similar stimulants.  

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    Re: HCG sides? 2014/12/28 10:15:31 (permalink)
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    Hi all I'm new on here, I've startrd to use HCG to aid in weight lost, however I noticed I'm getting sensitive nipples, is this something I dhoukd worry about I have anastrozole to hand would this resolve the sensitivity?

    Would here be any long term effects? Thank you

    I'm not surprised at the sensitive nipples, what IU are you running? Your body is aromatising the testosterone because the levels have increased, arimidex will help yes. But if you are just doing this for weight loss you might be better off trying something else like ECA.
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    Re: HCG sides? 2014/12/28 10:48:25 (permalink)
    As said if you want to lose weigh, there are far more affective things. I'd start with a reasonable calorific deficit. If you want some help then there is: Clen, ECA and (DNP). I'm putting the DNP in brackets because I wouldn't recommend it unless you know exactly what you are doing and can handle it. It's the only compound I've ever taken which I wasn't able to cope with. 
     
    Fortunately losing fat is very easy. But there has been a whole industry built up trying to convince you otherwise. Just eat a bit less. Track your calories. Possibly look into a keto diet. Throw in some cardio, if you are unfit this can be as simple as walking. If you are fitter then HIIT is great. Then weigh yourself (and take photos) if you havn't lost weight for a week or two lower the cals or up the training. It's that simple. 
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    Re: HCG sides? 2014/12/29 15:42:23 (permalink)
    Unless your test level is low, taking low dose hcg for a long period of time is a bad idea. What is you T level to begin with?
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