This is a thread to get all the advice you need, from pct, stacking, to running a first or 10th cycle.
and isn't just for me. I expect/hope most of the answers will come from other knowledgable/experienced users on this board, as I know there are a good bit here.
hopefully we can all be mature, and have intelligent conversations/debates here. I would not like for newb/beginners to be afraid to ask a question here, so they can have no worries of flaming.
I'll start out with how I typically prepare/run/finish a cycle layout.
First: Research the compound I am interested in using.
Now, by this, I am talking your putting in say, lgi-alpha 20, you see some search results, need more info, re typing it in differently, over an over again until you are satisfied. (this includes nomenclature)
Second: Search for the most affordable (reliable) site that sells x compound/brand.
Thirds: After ordering the compound, I begin getting my pct together. (no cycle should be started without having 99% of the things you need)
usually for me, this includes the basics:
Serm (clomid, nolvadex),
aromatase inhibitor (Erase, arimidex, letrozole*, etc),
natty test booster (pct assist)
Cycle assist (to be used on cycle an in post cycle)
Now, your pct can get pretty complicated, there are other products that can be added in to help aid, assist you goals.
cortisol support (reduce xt, 7-spray)
prolactin control (inhibit-p)
sleep/gh aid (zma, animal pm)
myostatin control, (u.r. spray)
these are all products I have included at one point or all together in my pct.
This will usually depend on how harsh of a cycle you are running.
The longer/more potent a compound is you are running, the more intricate you will want your post cycle therapy to be.
Please feel free to add what your experiences have been, as well as your fav pre cycle, cycle, and pct protocol is.
as post cycle therapy is probably more important than the cycle itself. so, don't skimp or try to be (too) cheap.
Entertainment purposes only.
What I type is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical issues.
One should consult with their primary care physician for medical advice.
This is what I would do if it was me. You do w/e you want.