NON Aroma Steroids and prolactin

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    NON Aroma Steroids and prolactin


    Is it true that non aromatizing steroids other then deca and tren can raise prolactin and if so why? I thought it was mainly the aromatizing ones that did do to the raise in estrogen from them.

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    If it is a progesterone, it will raise prolactin levels...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamer2be08 View Post
    If it is a progesterone, it will raise prolactin levels...
    Well, only progesterone is a progesterone (I think you meant "progestin"). Otherwise, could you please reference or site evidence of such?

    The main control hormone for prolactin release is dopamine. Estrogens, and to a lesser extent progestins, can increase sensitivity of prolactin, but not necessarily increase levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mass_69 View Post
    Well, only progesterone is a progesterone (I think you meant "progestin"). Otherwise, could you please reference or site evidence of such?

    The main control hormone for prolactin release is dopamine. Estrogens, and to a lesser extent progestins, can increase sensitivity of prolactin, but not necessarily increase levels.
    Ok I just wanted to make sure because I read something that said steroids like winni and m1t can cause a raise in prolactin and there not progestins in any shape, way or form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mass_69 View Post
    Well, only progesterone is a progesterone (I think you meant "progestin"). Otherwise, could you please reference or site evidence of such?

    The main control hormone for prolactin release is dopamine. Estrogens, and to a lesser extent progestins, can increase sensitivity of prolactin, but not necessarily increase levels.
    Your right, meant progestin.

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