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    SERMs and potential blod clots and stroke.


    I'm going to bring up an interesting question that's been spinning around in my head ever since i went to a urologist to check if the soldiers are still fit for duty.

    After speaking with the doc he says the constant cycling of on and off and your testes rebounding so often is detrimental to the long term of your sperm count. eventually leading to possible infertility. He said quote,"they will rebound only so many times". He pointed me to the method of HRT which seems to be a bit safer. He also seemed to be a strong proponent of testosterone gels for delivery rather than injections.

    Additionally he almost feinted when i told him i used SERMs after a cycle. He said that there's a rather fatal side effect with blood clots and strokes. This isn't talked about much on the boards or... well anywhere for that matter. I had to specifically look up this problem and it seems that the people who use it for what the drug is intended (fertility) are having issues with this.

    So on to my question... there has to be a safer way. I've used DIM coming off mdrol before with moderate success. is there a way to cover MOST of the bases without resorting to dangerous substances like SERMs?


  2. That's why I try to always recommend a low dose SERM, just to try and negate some of the toxicity levels of SERMs.

    The low dose SERM needs to be accompanied by an OTC PCT. I know Primordial makes quality supplements and I have the most experience with their line. The Testosterone Replacement Stack is going to work great with a low dose SERM.

    If you want to only run the TRS, then it will suffice for shorter cycle. Anything over 6 weeks it may not be as effective unless you run it longer. 8 weeks instead of 4, but you'd need two of them. And that's just flat out too expensive.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by tbonesteakboy View Post
    I'm going to bring up an interesting question that's been spinning around in my head ever since i went to a urologist to check if the soldiers are still fit for duty.

    After speaking with the doc he says the constant cycling of on and off and your testes rebounding so often is detrimental to the long term of your sperm count. eventually leading to possible infertility. He said quote,"they will rebound only so many times". He pointed me to the method of HRT which seems to be a bit safer. He also seemed to be a strong proponent of testosterone gels for delivery rather than injections.

    Additionally he almost feinted when i told him i used SERMs after a cycle. He said that there's a rather fatal side effect with blood clots and strokes. This isn't talked about much on the boards or... well anywhere for that matter. I had to specifically look up this problem and it seems that the people who use it for what the drug is intended (fertility) are having issues with this.

    So on to my question... there has to be a safer way. I've used DIM coming off mdrol before with moderate success. is there a way to cover MOST of the bases without resorting to dangerous substances like SERMs?

    Personally if you are looking for the best all around PCT that you can have without going the SERM route, you should consider the TRS.
    Just inject.
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    Says here that AI's aren't anywhere near as bad. that in conjuction with a smart use of hcg would be a good way to go.

    I'm thinking of running a nice long 12 weeker here soon and i'll be a little smarter about my PCT. to hell with these SERMs man... why does everybody recommend using them if they're this bad?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by tbonesteakboy View Post
    Says here that AI's aren't anywhere near as bad. that in conjuction with a smart use of hcg would be a good way to go.

    I'm thinking of running a nice long 12 weeker here soon and i'll be a little smarter about my PCT. to hell with these SERMs man... why does everybody recommend using them if they're this bad?
    Because it's what everyone does. So people usually just follow suit. Some intelligent minds develop other products, but because the big boys want to keep their hierarchy intact, they just keep putting OTC pct down.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by tbonesteakboy View Post
    Says here that AI's aren't anywhere near as bad. that in conjuction with a smart use of hcg would be a good way to go.

    I'm thinking of running a nice long 12 weeker here soon and i'll be a little smarter about my PCT. to hell with these SERMs man... why does everybody recommend using them if they're this bad?
    hCG is a very smart choice for a 12 week cycle, and will surely help with your recovery. Eric has an article on hCG usage as well.

    Personally, on a 12 week cycle, I would still use a SERM, but I would do it in a lower dosage than necessary since I would be running the TRS.
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    I'm glad PP is out to help. you guys have a lot of real information and scientific facts to back your **** rather than all this bro-science everybody on the boards uses.

    paying three times the price for a proper PCT is a little tough to swallow BUT when it comes down to if i'm going to get a blood clot and die or not, the choice really isn't much of a choice anymore, is it?

    *lol'ing at the fact my PCT is going to cost more than my gear.
    Last edited by steakboy; 01-28-2011 at 04:50 PM. Reason: lulz

  8. Serms is way too pushed imo. I will admit, im toying with the idea of using a serm, but the idea of being able to do it naturally interests me more. I think for my next prohormone run ill only be using ( for PCT )the Testosterone Recovery Stack and TCF-1. I have a lot of confidence in this combo right here. If it does not bring me back to 100% fast enough, ill consider more to adding a serm.
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  9. Is a month on a SERM really that toxic? I thought these issues only came up in patients that were on long term SERM use.

  10. or you could just not use steroids, then you'd have nothing to worry about.

    wich is alot better than wondering if that hundred so dollars you spent for pct products is worth it, or even if it'll work.

    trs isn't made for stronger cycles, maybe turinabol, or 1-t, or their new andro series, but something like superdrol, no way.
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    no way dude i'm DONE with PH's. my LDL is messed up hardcore right now. It's only straight up test inj for me in the future.

  12. What will you use for PCT after a test cycle?
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    that's what i was hoping to find out here... maybe raloxifene + TRS.

  14. ralax and torem are supposed to have LOW toxicity levels
    Test e/dbol/epi/winnie
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/cycle-info/164764-schwellington-has-been.html

  15. Someone should run Clomid and/or Nolva for 4 weeks and get bloods done. I don't think short term use is detrimental..
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    ralox has some pretty big numbers for thrombosis within the first 6 MONTHS of treatment. obviously there's no studies out there that include 4 weeks of treatment...

    anyway, i'm thinking by controlling estrogen DURING and using hcg properlly, then low dosing a SERM and going a little more natural for my PCT i may mitigate SOME of these risks. I'm not a big fan of getting blood work done, but for the sake of science i would love to get some numbers to everybody during 4 weeks of low dosing raloxifene, though i don't think there's any blood work that will show a thrombosis or embolism is on the way. correct me if i'm wrong here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    or you could just not use steroids, then you'd have nothing to worry about.

    wich is alot better than wondering if that hundred so dollars you spent for pct products is worth it, or even if it'll work.

    trs isn't made for stronger cycles, maybe turinabol, or 1-t, or their new andro series, but something like superdrol, no way.
    also, not to ignore the validity of this... as i see where you're coming from. steroids is playing with fire. i know this... trust me. I'm not doing this because i think there's no risk of hurting myself, or because i think i'm invincible. what i AM doing is reducing potential risk by re-assessing my options. of course there would be less or no risk of a pulmonary embolism if i didn't do this. sure i would be safer if i didn't.

    Let's take a step back and understand why i'm on here. I want to know a safer (not totally safe and idiot proof) way of getting my goals with what i have available to me.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    or you could just not use steroids, then you'd have nothing to worry about.

    wich is alot better than wondering if that hundred so dollars you spent for pct products is worth it, or even if it'll work.

    trs isn't made for stronger cycles, maybe turinabol, or 1-t, or their new andro series, but something like superdrol, no way.
    ^^^This

    Any strong PH/DS or any AAS cycle needs a SERM. Perhaps not at the absurd doses that some AAS users tend to dose tham at, but at reasonable dosing, they are proven to be safe and effective.

    I too find it quite hypocritical of steroid users who introduce an exogenous substance that trashes lipid profiles, stresses the liver, kidneys and prostate, and shuts down endogenous testosterone production, but then blame the SERM to be "bad guy" of the cycle. WTF!?!?

    Generally speaking, SERMs have excellent safety and efficacy records. Of course they have their side effects; but most of the more life threatening sides come at high doses over extended periods of time; certainly not at the doses and time frames that most AAS users use them.

    OP, just as an FYI, Raloxifene is also a SERM and most AI's are pretty damaging to lipid profiles. Something to keep in mind. Nolvadex, Clomid, and Fareston are all very proven, reliable, and safe methods of recovery. I don't buy into the propoganda proposed by many OTC supplement manufacturers. OTC products have their place too, but should be used for very light cycles, as monotherapy, or in conjunction with a SERM during a PCT for stronger PH/DS/AAS cycles.
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    I know ralox is a serm... I think I said that. I know serms aren't the only bad guy here. Wait wait hold on here im trying to get a safer alternative not a flame on what everybody else is saying. I think you're biased on years of broscience and wont take a forward approach on something new. And what do you mean proven? You're saying that everybody on the boards is doing it. Look my first post was about a doctor warning me... so unless you cough up a doctorite im going to believe they aren't as safe as people are lead to believe. Additionally Eric from PP has some pretty convincing evidence.

    Im not entirely sure you read everything here or you're taking things out of context maybe.

    I had to churn this out on my droid so excuse the grammar and spelling.

  20. I'm interested in triptorelin which is an GnRH agonist. Theres only minimal research on it's use, but from what i've seen and heard it looks promising

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Chubbinmuffin View Post
    Someone should run Clomid and/or Nolva for 4 weeks and get bloods done. I don't think short term use is detrimental..
    Blood won't show blood clots. Or other small things that toxicity might do. But if anyone is worried about that, then don't cycle.

    Honestly, if you want to use a SERM, just use toremifene. It's not going to lower IGF-1 or GH. It's purported to have lower toxicity than other SERMs.

    If you want to reduce toxicity even more, run it low dose with the TRS. If you have a vendetta against OTC PCT, don't talk trash on the TRS. Unless you've used it and gotten bloodwork showing it is bad, don't lump it in with other **** like novedex.

    Novedex is why OTC PCT has a bad name. Yes, that stuff IS garbage and enough testimonials from people can pretty much seal that one.
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  22. I've been building my body since 1985 ...

    Did it totally naturally up until this year when I ran an Epistane cycle followed by Torem PCT.

    But ... during all the years I was natural - I had plenty of buddies who did steroids.

    Not an expert - and with the new "designer steroids" that are less suppressive - maybe OTC PCT is the way to go ... I dunno.

    But I can tell you straight up - people went to SERMS because body builders were getting gyno and losing their gains after quitting the juice.

    And the SERMS work. I've never known anyone who had a blood clot, or a stroke, or had their livers explode on a SERM.

    If you go OTC - I won't criticize you. For me actually - I'm scared of Clomid and Nolva, due to other sides I've heard attached to them. Others love Clomid and Nolva. For me - I like Torem (thinking about buying the pills next go-round).

    Different people have different views - that's fine. Some like SERMS, some don't - to each his own.

    Back in 1984, my buddies didn't use anything for PCT. They accepted the fact that they'd lose a percentage of their gains - that kind of sucked.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by BigBlackGuy View Post
    Blood won't show blood clots. Or other small things that toxicity might do. But if anyone is worried about that, then don't cycle.
    I know. I'm curious about liver values since these things are "toxic".

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Chubbinmuffin View Post
    I know. I'm curious about liver values since these things are "toxic".
    Yah, liver toxicity is overstated... but when run after a course of methyls and perhaps in conjunction with drinking (only if someone is really dumb) and aspirin.... then it starts getting wacky.
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    Had bloods done 30 days after mdrol PULSE with otc pct and test levels were fine... more than fine actually. But the LDL levels were waaaay high. All I used for pct was DIM and terrestris. But we all know methyls do this. Sadly my doc didn't mark estradiol in my test so who knows how that was. I had itchy nips the whole way throght the pulse.

    Hey if I get bloods done after my 12 weeks of test and PCT with ralox + trs maybe that will change some minds. I will modify the dosage of ralox if I can get some advice on how I should do it. That's cool if PP wants to shed some light on the subject. Or if anybody else is in the know.

    Thanks for confirming big, no test for thombosis. Guess the only test is having one... and if anybody is confused(thrombosis or deep vein thrombosis(DVT) = blood clot) another possible side effect is pulmonary embolism whish is a clot in the lung)
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