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No glands in chest...(SURGERY) for what reasons now would i use arimidex?

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No glands in chest...(SURGERY) for what reasons now would i use arimidex?

Hi iv been researching stuff around the web about increased estrogen.. i have no glands after gyno surgery and no matter what i run i dont get a hint of itchy nipple... iv read diferent information which is why im asking (to put me back on the right track) .. some info says if you dont bring estrogen down then you wont get as much out of your test dosage.. other info says dont use anit e unless you really need it... my era was pre arimidex where we just didnt bother or maybe some nolva.
 
i should also add im not really prone to on cycle gyno anyway.. the reason i got it was from being fully shut down for a year and getting fat...
 
bf is about 12% atm
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    Re: No glands in chest...(SURGERY) for what reasons now would i use arimidex? 2017/04/21 11:11:30 (permalink)
    Yes estrogen plays a role so only really needs reigning in if it proves troublesome to individuals. Of course, it's all relative so for users who employ extremely large dosages of highly aromatisable steroids, it's probably a good idea for them to have an element of control over estrogen, even if they tolerate it's effects favourably

     
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