Hey guys! I have been a loyal watcher/follower of this site. I have gathered most my info from this page over the course of 6-8 months and respect a lot if not all opinions viewed on this site. But now comes the time I need assistance and look for your knowledge.
Not sure on bf but I know it's very low.
My first cycle was started 3 weeks ago and is as followed:
300 test e ew
250 deca ew
30mg of dianabol through out the day everyday for the first 3 weeks (no longer on it)
The problem I am having is my nipples are so damn sore. And I I squeeze them and I mean really squeeze the **** out of them they lactate. I'm a bit scared. I doubt it was the dbol because these sides didn't start happening until after dbol was removed from the mix. I'm trying to figure out if it's the deca or test e. I don't feel any lumps behind the nipples. They just feel swollen and have a irritated feel to them. Like if you were to rub on spot of your arm for a long period of time until it gets aggravated and is tender to touch. I was thinking of upping my test dose to 600mg next week for the duration of my cycle. But wanted some opinion from others about it. If it's the deca that is doing this then I will drop it! Nothing like worrying if you gonna get deca ****! I can barely keep up with my girlfriends sex drive by it's self and if my **** went limp it would not only devastate me but her as well! But I don't want to drop test e because then that would mean I would have to drop deca... And this cycle would have been a total waste. Now before you ask I do have a pct. I have 4000ui of HCG ( only going to use 2000ui of course) novalex and clomid. I am aware that novalex will not help with deca induced gyno. Or am I reading that wrong. I have access to armidex (don't think that's spelled right but you know what I'm talking about)
My diet is good. I pound 4-5k calories a day. Not going to get into the list of what I eat but let's say eggs and chicken has become my least favorite food. But I love me some peanut butter on celery lol. Thank you in advance for and supportive info. Sorry for miss spelled words. I am having to do this all via iPhone.