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2005/08/02 18:52:48 (permalink)
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proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun)

Had some gyno symptoms on forth week of my sust/decca course,sore nipples ect. Could'nt get hold of any tamoxifen at the time only proviron,stoped the sorness ok in 3-4 days but got some tamoxifen now so wonderd if i should ditch the proviron now and run tamoxifen through the rest of my cycle and pct? Cheers
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    lilguy43
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 19:04:25 (permalink)
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    proviron will help by not letting some of it aromitize, but not all of it. I would say if the proviron is working why fix whats not broken but if the symptoms return use the tamoxifen this time.
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 19:06:58 (permalink)
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    proviron has many advantages over tamoxifen
    however i would prefer prov over tamox and would never run tamox all the way through cycle
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 19:10:52 (permalink)
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    Unless you have an aversion to proviron, or it's cost prohibitive then why not continue with that? Always better to avoid the estrogen than to be flooded with it and block it. (ie. benefits of that approach are less bloating, lower BP, easier on kidneys, no red-face, easier cardio if you do that...)
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 19:53:19 (permalink)
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    So just running the proviron the symptoms have stoped should i stop taking it now and how will all this affect my pct?
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 20:35:51 (permalink)
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    25mg prov per day is fine and it will not effect pct aslong as u stop 12 hours before u start it
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 20:37:22 (permalink)
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    No, you should keep taking it through the end of the cycle. And it won't affect your PCT at all. If you decide to use the proviron as your solution (vs. Nolva) then you take it up until the day before you start PCT.

    If you decide the other route, then you can (I say should) alter your PCT. But I won't bother with details here since it sounds like you will continue the proviron.
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 20:43:51 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the advice boys.
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    RE: proviron/tamoxifen(Wrongun) 2005/08/02 21:30:08 (permalink)
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    If the soreness has gone then fine to continue with just the proviron at 25mg ED

    If soreness comes back bring the Nolva into play.

    If you take 50mg Proviron and 20mg Nolva it will cause almost complete suppression of estrogen.

    Wrongun!
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