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am i stuck with this bit gyno?

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2008/05/12 14:55:54 (permalink)

am i stuck with this bit gyno?

I finished a cyle of Test Enanthate and Deca abot 6 months ago - stopped it 2 weeks early coz a noticed a little bit gyno starting to appear just above right of my left nipple.
As soon as i spotted it, i started my Nolva to try to combat it.
Problem is, is that the lump is still there - not very big and not noticeable by eye, just feels like a smallish flat lump. It can be a bit tender at time also.

Am i stuck with this or is there something out there that can blast it?

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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:00:44 (permalink)
    After 6 months i think you are stuck with it. If breast tisue has grown it is there for good. Unless you have it removed. Did you only start the nolv when you noticed a lump?

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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:02:05 (permalink)
    Could try blasting it with leterozole? (spelling)

    Not sure if this would work at all?

    Epistane is supposed to reduce gyno...

    Shut up and squat

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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:02:36 (permalink)
    yep...no other symptons and have never had any bother with gyno before..bit nieve l know
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:02:59 (permalink)
    Where is Drab when you need him?

    TBH ive got a very similar question except mine is pubertal related not through AAS
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:06:37 (permalink)
    I always thought if you had it then you were stuck with it, unless operated? This is why it's important to use meds as soon as you see symptoms.

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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:10:32 (permalink)
    Some meds can be used to treat it, it may have a reduction in gyno but im not qualified to say how or why it works or if it will work.

    I emailed drab4 about this and he suggested a combo of meds to use but im still waiting on dosages and lengths to run it for etc as i cant afford 3k to get it cut out
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 15:59:02 (permalink)
    Who is the main man to ask about this then? as I have a bit that I have just grown used to now but would love to get rid if possible with the use of various meds???
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:33:16 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    Some meds can be used to treat it, it may have a reduction in gyno but im not qualified to say how or why it works or if it will work.

    I emailed drab4 about this and he suggested a combo of meds to use but im still waiting on dosages and lengths to run it for etc as i cant afford 3k to get it cut out

    dont know if you seen my thread but im having the op

    i dont think any meds did anything for me, mine to was puperty induced.

    the rebound you can get from stoping the ai's doesnt help either
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:37:57 (permalink)
    i just saw your thread mate, i cant afford that until i sell my place. I have two flat grape sized lumps under my nips as well as some fat. I cant tell if you have gyno if im honest, mine is far worse by comparison

    im aware of rebound which is why im waiting on dosages and times etc as i dont have a clue
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:45:53 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    i just saw your thread mate, i cant afford that until i sell my place. I have two flat grape sized lumps under my nips as well as some fat. I cant tell if you have gyno if im honest, mine is far worse by comparison

    im aware of rebound which is why im waiting on dosages and times etc as i dont have a clue


    What do you mean by rebound mate??
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:47:27 (permalink)
    when you suppress oestrogen for so long it will rebound (i.e. bounce back) to reinstate homeostatis. this is generally why some meds are tapered

    (i think)
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:53:20 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    when you suppress oestrogen for so long it will rebound (i.e. bounce back) to reinstate homeostatis. this is generally why some meds are tapered

    (i think)


    I think this has happened with my right hand side nip, as havent been on anything for around 6 months but developed a slight lump there. Do you think this is what has happened in this case? saying that I have put alot of weight on since then so I am thinking that is not helping my cause.
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:54:48 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    i just saw your thread mate, i cant afford that until i sell my place. I have two flat grape sized lumps under my nips as well as some fat. I cant tell if you have gyno if im honest, mine is far worse by comparison

    im aware of rebound which is why im waiting on dosages and times etc as i dont have a clue

    Hi Mate, why is this not offered on the NHS?

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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 16:57:00 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: uncle_peter
    Hi Mate, why is this not offered on the NHS?

    Cosmetic and doesnt affect day to day health
    ORIGINAL: ftoruss
    I think this has happened with my right hand side nip, as havent been on anything for around 6 months but developed a slight lump there. Do you think this is what has happened in this case? saying that I have put alot of weight on since then so I am thinking that is not helping my cause.

    Cut down and see what you got mate. I have tissue there as im leaner and i can feel it. As for how it happened, i havent the foggiest mate
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 17:09:51 (permalink)
    Yeah my plan is to go on a diet/cut as of this weekend got my eph and clen ready to sort me out, along with a good diet of course

    Got the possibility of being able to get hold of some 'genuine' letrozole along with other meds which was why I was thinking what was needed and in what dosages? to avoid the potential op...if I have got it (which I assume I have until cut/diet has fully kicked in)

    I take Iopener you are not touching any gear until you have sorted it??
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 17:13:04 (permalink)
    fto i aint touching gear now or ever mate, just not for me if im honest. I cant justify it to myself 100%

    As for the letro, i have pharma letro, bromocriptine, ralox and dostinex i have access too, doc is very understanding of my situation to say the least

    i just need to find out what i need to run and what dosages and how long

    if it doesnt work then when i sell my flat ill get it cut out
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 17:24:46 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    fto i aint touching gear now or ever mate, just not for me if im honest. I cant justify it to myself 100%

    As for the letro, i have pharma letro, bromocriptine, ralox and dostinex i have access too, doc is very understanding of my situation to say the least

    i just need to find out what i need to run and what dosages and how long

    if it doesnt work then when i sell my flat ill get it cut out


    Did you used to do it alot then mate? how come u have decided not too bother anymore, because of the gyno?

    My doc was a dick, so no help of mine maybe I should book an appointment to see yours

    How bad is yours then mate?

    Who is getting back to you with info mate as I would be very interested in what exactly is needed and at what dosages. Always best to be prepared I think (and plan for the worst )

    I wish I could just stay clear of the gear but after 6 months off I am looking forward to getting back but this time I am going to run it with arimidex just to make sure there is no risk for potential gyno, or at least I have been told this.
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 17:30:22 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: ftoruss
    Did you used to do it alot then mate? how come u have decided not too bother anymore, because of the gyno?

    My doc was a dick, so no help of mine maybe I should book an appointment to see yours

    How bad is yours then mate?

    Who is getting back to you with info mate as I would be very interested in what exactly is needed and at what dosages. Always best to be prepared I think (and plan for the worst )

    I wish I could just stay clear of the gear but after 6 months off I am looking forward to getting back but this time I am going to run it with arimidex just to make sure there is no risk for potential gyno, or at least I have been told this.

    No ive never used AAS mate, was going to but managed to clear my head and my conscience before i did something stupid. Im not natural by BNBF standards though, ive used eph and 3 days of clen before i scrapped it off

    a friend of mine is a GP so im sorted for the prescription but need to know if quantities will be an issue

    mine is bad for me, i just dont like the look of it, i look ok with a shirt on but i dont like myself that much with it off lol.

    I thought it was fat at first, but as i got leaner i managed to feel tissue

    Drab was who i emailed, hes been mega busy of late so i think my response will be a few weeks from now , its not an easy subject as i cant get my head round it no matter how hard i try. Although id welcome any info from anyone else who knows
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    RE: am i stuck with this bit gyno? 2008/05/12 17:42:07 (permalink)
    Yeah its a killer mate I am almost 90% certain I have tissue there which is why I am looking into what meds I will need. Is that list of meds you put up what you will need then mate?

    Also do you think despite me being sensitive to gyno if taking it with something like arimidex (going on a dbol onlt course) that I will be ok with regards keeping gyno at bay??
    post edited by ftoruss - 2008/05/12 17:48:44
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