i think i might have progesterone/prolactin gyno. i used tokkyo tren as a kick start to my test cycle in the beginning. when i squeeze my nipples, a drop of clear liquid comes out. how do i get rid of this? cabergoline?
yes get some caber
Try about 500mg's of vitamin b6 everyday for about a week. You can get B6 at the grocery store, and its cheap.
Careful with that high of a B6 dose...I thought 200mg was good enough and P-5-P was the better?
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what do u does cabergoline at? im about to get a bottle that has 15mg for every ml and i get 30 ml. but i herd u only need like .5mgs a day.
does anyone know through which interaction caber causes the heart valve defects? I know its only with higher doses, but looking for the anatomy of it
b6 600 mgs ed (3 X 200 mgs). Letro and bromo should help as well.
1-carboxy is suppose to lower prolactin and could not hurt to try.
While on tren do not take nova as it will just make your symproms worse.
good advice.........nolva no-no with progestins.......
I would use B-6 during cycle.......
As far as getting rid of it......Try below.
I would use p-5-p first. Its safer than high doses of B6.
l-dopa, the best you can get if thats possible.
Pfull is a good choice, there are others.
Vitex is another means to combat it.
Dostinex(caber) will get rid of it for sure......Its expensive as hell though.
Anything that will help release GH also.
This is a topic I am interested in as I am thinking about trying a tren product. Just as a percaution I was thinking about taking Pfull throughout the cycle and PCT and adding P5P towards the end of the cycle and through PCT. Would that do the trick for protection?
If your estrogen levels are kept in check you should be fine.
Here's what I run for EVERY Tren/progest cycle:
Tyrosine-direct LDopa precursor
L-Dopa- from mucuna seeds
I may try the GABA/1carboxy combo as well next cycle.
I have read research posted on another board where prolactin was NOT elevated on a "gyno" victim taking Tren.
I'll have to dig it up...
Here is where most of the "chatter" was with some animal tests, but now that I reread a few of the articles, there was no real cut and dry answer with elevated prolactin. Most will agree, that elevated estrogen levels seem to be a key component.
Sorry no bloodwork