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What's this new product you're coming out with?
Well, I finally got my NP order with Formeron in it (took awhile since I live in Dominican Republic). Today I started with 6 pumps and I'm gonna stick to that protocol for 7 days and then drop the dosage at 4 pumps until I finish the bottle. I'm also including since Day 1 the following: Indole-3-Carbinol (I3C), Omega-3, CoQ10 and some Alpha Lipoic Acid before meals. Next week I'm gonna start training and I'll be running a PH named Stano (3-beta-hydroxyetioallocholan-17-one) at 600mg a day + BCAA and Myofusion.
I'll keep you posted ;-)
I am planning on using Formeron a few times a week for aesthetic purposes. I am not on exogenous testosterone or other AAS, nor have I ever been. I believe I have above average levels of estrogen, and this gives me a watery, bloated face. I hope Formeron will help rid me of this. However, I am concerned about potential acceleration of MPB. I know that this is dependent on DHT levels. The FAQ says that Formeron is an 5-alpha-reductase inhibitor, but it will also raise levels of testosterone. Do you suppose that Formeron will make my DHT levels higher or lower than they were to begin with? My current level of serum testosterone is 650 ng/dl in case that's relevant.
The only difference was my friend was on propecia so I am thinking it made the propecia useless while on formeron. I think he went to get bloods and told me DHT was skyrocketed so I highly doubt formeron has a strong affinity to DHT inhibiting. But as I said there was a study I posted that shows propecia & AI actually increases DHT ten fold, so I really think it renders propecia useless so it makes the hair have no medication for how long you are on formeron.
In saying all this it definitely increases test. So therefore you're going to get a DHT increase while also dropping estrogen so you look and feel awesome
When you say it "destroyed" your friend's hair, are you now certain it's not in his head? And you said two pumps a day? No other cycling? I only plan on two pumps per week, just to dry out a bit. I guess if that kills my hair, time will do it on its own. But ****, you unnerve me with that proposed interaction between finasteride and formestane. My backup is gone.
I'll monitor my hairline with extreme caution from the day when I apply it for the first time. If I see shedding, I'll stop immediately, wait for the aromatase to return, and then start dutasteride and get a transplant. For anyone interested, here's a link to an album with pictures of my hairline. imgur.com/a/fomkt
I will update it regularly after I start formeron.
I have NEVER heard of Formeron causing hairloss.
For certain it is a mild 5 ar inhibitor so it reduces conversion of test to DHT. I have two friends who use it on cycle to reduce prostate enlargement and it works.
In addition its unlikely that an increase in test within normal range will cause excessive hairloss.
Also...if a guys hair is already falling out before hand and hes using Propecia to combat MPB you cant really say Formeron caused it. HIS HAIR WAS ALREADY FALLING OUT LOL.
I don't think it was formerons fault but I did think it make his propecia render less on formeron which was like him taking nothing for over a month for his hair = hair loss
I honestly believe formeron increases DHT rather than inhibits it and I believe it's more androgenic than anyone would think. I would love to see some bloods to prove that it inhibits DHT. In saying this though, high DHT is sooooo enjoyable though plus something that deceases estrogen and increase test sometimes in dramatic measures is going to cause androgenic/anabolic effects.
Vascularity, aggression, libido though.... So good
I'm still confused about products containing Formestane. I read a lot of positive reviews, so it must be a good product. I think it's fair to say that it's a legit aromatase inhibitor, which leads me to think it's used as in PCT. However it's also noted for its androgenic properties, which would make it suppressive...a definite no-no when putting together a legit PCT.
I've heard it compared to Aromasin, however Aromasin is always taken with Clomid / Nolvadex in PCT. I don't think anyone would recommend taking Aromasin as a stand-alone PCT, nor as a stand-alone anabolic.
Which leaves me wondering, where is the need of Formestane?
To be clear, I've read the comments here and elsewhere and users of Formestane products have great things to say...I'm just asking when / why are they using it (PCT, stand alone, other)?
Prone to hairloss and formeron has never given me any problems.
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Formestane needed to be injected though and is considerable anabolic at high doses which is bad for primarily female breast cancer patients it was intended for so it was replaced by AI's like aromasin that have greater bioavailibility and no anabolic/androgenic effect.
At lower doses....75-175mg or so it not significantly suppressive. I know this because I have seen dozens of blood results indicating huge increase in Total and free T using Formeron. So...its great for on cycle AI and also works well for PCT.
At higher doses it will become more and more anabolic and more and more suppressive but most people dont go this high with the dose so....
Formeron is a great AI for on cycle and PCT and at higher doses is a great standalone.
Now..........why not take an AI solo for PCT?
In men estrogen is made primarily via an enzymatic conversion...
So...when estro is low the brain sends the signal to the testes (leutinizing hormone) to make more testosterone so that in turn more estrogen can be made and homeostasis is achieved, however, since we are blocking this conversion with Formestane or your AI of choice estro does not go up and test levels continue to rise.
In fact...clomid and tamox merely trick the brain into thinking estro is low by binding to selective receptors and having no effect so the brain thinks estro is low.
The down side to this is once you stop the SERM estro may still actually be elevated and test levels will plummet again.
So...for PCT AI alone is better than SERM alone but ideal is both. SERM to get things started and AI to keep estro down so when the SERM is stopped test and estro can equalize into normal ranges.