Gyno treatment article - 16 Ways to Fight Gynecomastia
- 07-15-2010, 02:08 PM
Gyno treatment article - 16 Ways to Fight Gynecomastia
16 Ways to Fight Gynecomastia
By Eric M. Potratz
Eric M. Potratz has developed his education in the field of endocrinology and performance enhancement through years of research, counseling, and real world experience. Over the past five years he has been a private consultant for hundreds of athletes and bodybuilders alike, and is the founder & president of Primordial Performance.
Gynecomastia = Gyno
Most people think the only way to combat gyno is to use Nolvadex or Clomid. Considering the undesirable side-effects of these drugs, I generally don’t prefer these as the first line of defense. I have expressed my concerns about SERM’s in my article – Clomid & Nolvadex – The Dark Side.
In this article I summarize alternative methods for combating the occurrence of gyno. The advice given in this article is the result of over 10 years experience in counseling individuals with AAS induced gyno.
If you have gyno as a result of an endocrine disorder, I advise consulting your doctor before making changes to your prescribed medical regimen.
You Do Not Have Gyno!
During mammary tissue growth (the onset of gyno), you may notice the following symptoms -
- Puffy or swollen nipples
- Overly sensitive nipples
- Itchiness around the nipples
Editorial note: I promise -- that is the last time I will ever say nipples.
Now, just because you may have these symptoms does not mean you HAVE GYNO. It simply means that you HAVE GYNO SYMPTOMS. Remember, it is normal to have a small flat pea sized lump under the nipple. This is NOT gyno.
Now, if you allow these above symptoms to progress for several weeks then you may develop gyno. So if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms then you are smart to take action before it’s too late – But please stop emailing me saying you “have gyno” after 3 days on a cycle – this is physiologically impossible.
The good news is that even if you do have a slight case of gyno that you developed from a cycle, it’s probably 100% reversible. Read on…
No level of gyno is “permanent”. Any level of gyno can be reversed by dietary, supplemental and/or hormonal intervention. Mammary tissue (gyno) can be catabolized like any other tissue in the body. It’s just a matter of creating the right physiological environment within your body. Therefore, as far as I’m concerned, all gyno is temporary or semi-permanent at worse.
Here are the basic levels of gyno -
Level 1 – A dime sized glandular lump – which can emerge as soon as 2-3 weeks after “gyno symptoms” appear. This type of gyno can transform into a more serious level 2 gyno if left untreated for more than 4-6 weeks. In most cases, this initial level 1 gyno disappears once the hormonal environment improves, which is generally 2-3 weeks after the inflicting steroids clear the system.
Level 2 – A quarter sized glandular lump. This type of gyno does not completely disappear on its own, but may gradually shrink to “Level 1” size after discontinuing the inflicting steroids. Completely reversing level 2 gyno requires aggressive dietary and supplemental intervention in conjunction with prescription grade drugs.
Generally, the levels of gyno can be referred to in the following way –
level 1 = temporary
level 2 = semi-permanent
Be warned, if gyno is allowed to grow large enough, the cost of surgery may be more cost efficient than trying to battle the gyno through drug and lifestyle changes – which could otherwise take months or years of intervention.
Following the 16 points below will help you prevent and reverse level 1 & 2 gyno -
The 16 Points
Consider all the following points. Remember, there are many factors that can contribute to gyno and performing just a handful of the points below may be the key to avoiding gyno all together.... Click here to read the rest of 16 Ways to Fight Gynecomastia
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07-15-2010, 02:41 PM
Awesome post... I think some people are hypersensitive and if you told them they were balding they would start freakin out too.
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07-15-2010, 02:48 PM
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07-15-2010, 05:49 PM
Great Article, Eric.
07-15-2010, 05:51 PM
interesting bout DHT helping progestin based gyno,
what bout taking DHT and fini (fini increases potency of progestins correct>?)... or would they just negate eachotheer.
07-15-2010, 06:05 PM
good article, def exepecting some call outs of products.....so this article leads me to belief a dht substance like "the one" or d-plex along with tren would yield very good gains with less side affects
07-15-2010, 06:41 PM
I am so susceptible to gyno it's silly. 350 sust ew + 320 mast ew (my low dose "cruise") still get constant nip sensitivity, have to low dose letro to keep it at bay, or else my left nip will puff up. I wish i saw more from the masteron.
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My Doctor says "The Fat on the chest is a type of gyno"?
BTW: Thanks for this Article!
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07-16-2010, 08:16 AM
Caffeine consumption can inhibit clearance of estrogen from the liver by competing for the P-450 oxidase system. Avoid caffeine if you are concerned about high estrogen levels.
Avoid supplements containing forskolin if concerned about gyno. Forskolin increases aromatase activity via cAMP modulation and can increase formation of estrogen.
I need change my stims......RUSH!!!!!!!!
so you refer only for forskolin or whatever "herb" thats can raise cAMP?
This was taken from USPLabs
two of the ingredients in Pink Magic, Nelumbo nucifera and Rhamnus nakaharai, have been shown to inhibit the enzyme(s) responsible for degrading cAMP
07-16-2010, 10:00 AM
i'll run Turinabol LV + TREN LV very soon.
during cycle, to prevent gyno, i'll use vitex.
pct will be sust, alpha + tamoxifen citrate.
A anti-aromataze duryng cycle is needed?!
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this should be put as a sticky immediatly GREAT!!!!!!
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07-16-2010, 12:54 PM
07-16-2010, 01:05 PM
I copy from this in PHForums:
DHT bind to androgen receptors (class I)
If it is DHT precursor then it would be a dry compound like Winny
Proviron is weaker than DHT - it occupies the 5AR receptor from DHT so it will inevitably end up killing libido at the same time destroying estrogen but also freeing up testosterone by lowering SHGB. It actually works against the androgenic processes in your body.
Epiandrosterone-is also a weak androgen derived from metabolites of DHEA. It is weaker than Androsterone- AH- and will cause same issues as proviron just not as drastic.
DHT is 10 x as androgenic as testosterone. Test converts to DHT. But if 5AR is occupied by a weaker androgen than DHT- test will convert to estrogen- also inhibiting sex drive. Now you won't get the bloat because the weak androgenic properties will keep water down and estrogen down so in essence you have a double dynamic. Both negating one another. That my friend is called chaos and the body wins all the time. No ifs ands or buts.
AndroHard is now the staple for all cycles involved with weak androgenic products- winstrol, furazabol, anavar, deca, primobolan, turinabol, epistane, etc,...Blows every pro-sexual, anti-estrogen, hardener away! "
07-16-2010, 01:34 PM
The way I am reading that is this:
Proviron = Kills Sex Drive.
Epiandrosterone = weaker then AH, and kills libido.
Androhard = advocated as triumphant among the rest for being pro-sexual, anti estrongen and a hardener.
To me it appears to advocate the use of AH for sex drive. Like I said earlier, if I am reading this wrong, please let me know.
By the way, who is the author?
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