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    I am a little confused about what the role of AI's are and when they should be used, also the same goes for HCG.
    Any clarification would be awesome

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    If you don't know the difference and what they are used for, then you aren't ready for aas. Read more, do your research properly.
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    Attempting too! I know HCG is used a lot in pct to help with shutting down, and AIs inhibit aromization.
    I guess more of my question would be when are they really needed? On more basic cycles are they more for comfort/personal preference?
    And the AIs I'm just lacking knowledge of what they "actually" do to benefit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch5 View Post
    I am a little confused about what the role of AI's are and when they should be used, also the same goes for HCG.
    Any clarification would be awesome
    AIs are used on a cycle to avoid steroids aromatization wich would lead to gyno, bloaty look, higher suppression, ect... HCG is to mantain leydig cells function (if you use it on cycle you avoid harsh suppression, because it sends signs to the testicles to keep working)... if you use at the last weeks of your cycle or on PCT, would be in order to make your testicles recover theyre function (since they would be atrophied).... so in plain englisgh HCG on cycle keeps your testicles going and avid strong suppression.... HCG on pct is to recover... if you ask me i prefer the first use (on cycle)
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenTheEagle

    AIs are used on a cycle to avoid steroids aromatization wich would lead to gyno, bloaty look, higher suppression, ect... HCG is to mantain leydig cells function (if you use it on cycle you avoid harsh suppression, because it sends signs to the testicles to keep working)... if you use at the last weeks of your cycle or on PCT, would be in order to make your testicles recover theyre function (since they would be atrophied).... so in plain englisgh HCH on cycle keeps your testicles going and avid strong suppression.... HCG on pct is to recover... if you ask me i prefer the first use (on cycle)
    Thank you! This is exactly what I was looking for!
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