Just curious if you've seen anything to support this. I am currently testing the theory and if shrinkage is any kind of indicator it seems to be working
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DAA help naturally to raise you test level. Your balls will shrink if you take synthetic stuff so your body does not have to make it anymore.
I'm on 100g of carbs/day...in other words, ATM, I am not a very happy person :/
i dont hear reports of people tracking their hormones on cycle while taking daa. we would need real people to try and report
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I have used DAA while "on cycle" and I seem to recover quicker at the end of my cycle and have a little less shutdown during. No blood tests just anecdotal evidence.
DAA has a strong affect on e2 levels whether going natural or on test in my experience. I personally don't like it and it really messed with a couple of guys I train with that took it while on TRT. Killed libido and raised e2 significantly.
E2 is Estradiol, and it comes from cholesterol and androstenedione is the key intermediary. So if DAA raises test/androstenedione and androstenedione is converted to testosterone, which in turn undergoes conversion to estradiol by way of aromatase. So you take DAA and boost testosterone and then you take an AI with DAA like Formestane you got a great combo! Elevated test and low E via suicide inhibitor. Find ur sweet spot of Formestane while keepin it low dose just enough to keep e2 in check. Once you stop the supplements you won't get rebound and your body will adjust to its natural homeostasis levels.
Actually, not necessarily. Test stayed the same and lowered on a test and E2 raised. A killed libido and increased E2 level doesn't mean a product is working, it means it is having a hormonal effect- that's all.
I mean, I guess "working" could be a subjective view.
It's the funny thing about supplements and why I tell people, get your diet dialed in and maximize your workouts to whatever goal you are trying to achieve before adding in a variable. Only then can you tell what is going to work for you- or if it is doing anything at all.
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agree here with kisaj
i'm no biologist either but bottom line synthetic hormones will override natty production, period
you are not tricking the body back into homeostasis, overriding strong synthetic action with nonhormonal amino acid tactics, or any other nonhormonal product for that matter, whether or not they cause some hormonal response
not gonna happen, and the e2 response i find to be troubling not a positive
while the idea sounds good 'in theory', i do not find it to be plausible at all
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