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PCT and protease inhibitors

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Crimson Chin
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2009/07/30 15:29:06 (permalink)
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PCT and protease inhibitors

Does anyne have any experience or know of any articles about the potential interactions between tamoxifen and protease inhibitors?
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    Re:PCT and protease inhibitors 2009/08/01 09:59:53 (permalink)
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    None are listed in the British National Formulary. The BNF is a joint publication of the British Medical Association and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain

    Tamoxifen has only one listed interaction Coumarins an anticoagulant.

    Bearing in mind many women on Haart must take Tamoxifen so it should be safe. 


    I certainly know several guys who have taken both protease inhibitors and had Testosterone, Nandrolone prescribed by their hospital doctors, one also had Tamoxifen prescribed. 





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    Re:PCT and protease inhibitors 2009/08/04 12:38:32 (permalink)
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    I've had no problems at all with test e, deca, d-bol, adex, or clomid and I'm taking kaletra. My consultant checked the interactions database and everything is fine. Bloods have been checked throughout and everything is just fine, so nothing to worry about. PM me if you want mate.
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    Re:PCT and protease inhibitors 2009/08/05 11:18:38 (permalink)
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    We'll it looks like its paid off badladmark.

    May I ask where abouts you are I'm in London go to Jubilee Hall. 

    I agree if your think your doctor is open its better to say what you are doing. Mine at the RFH are great. 
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    Re:PCT and protease inhibitors 2009/08/05 20:19:00 (permalink)
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    I'm way up north mate!

    I agree, best being honest and up front about it. They aren't likely to judge you, and mine were absolutely fine once they knew that I knew what I was doing, and have been very interested in and pleased with the results.
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