Why don't more people use raloxifene?

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    Why don't more people use raloxifene?


    You don't hear much talk of it on AAS boards, even though it's supposed to be superior to nolva for gyno protection. I was wondering why more gyno prone people don't run it

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    It isn't pound for pound, but I have seen people use it. Esp for gyno
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babbagandu View Post
    You don't hear much talk of it on AAS boards, even though it's supposed to be superior to nolva for gyno protection. I was wondering why more gyno prone people don't run it
    It was really designed to be marketed to post-menopausal women from my observation, with an estrogen sub-receptor profile to reflect that demographic. It's quite possibly a good preemptive, but once gyno appears even massive amounts are generally useless. The bioavailability sux too (only about 2% of an oral dose actually get's to the bloodstream in tact.)

    So cost and availability may be big factors why it's not more popular, but it basically isn't that good to begin with.
  

  
 

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