An interesting study using older generation AI's to treat gyno.

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    An interesting study using older generation AI's to treat gyno.


    This study in the last part talks of using the first generation AI to treat gyno. It also talks about one treatment using a newer gen AI, anastrozol, with favorable results.

    here is the link:
    http://journals.endocrinology.org/er...15/0060315.pdf

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    Its difficult for me to think these people have any credibility if they are using body mass index in any study. BMI is from the stone age and only idiots think it has any significance. According to the BMI most NBA players are obese haha.
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    Yeah its an older study, well an older study citing a way older study, hence the first generation AI. The section where they talk of BMI they are just using a very old study where they associate gynomastia and obesity. In the final section titled "Use of Aromatase Inhibitors for Gynomastia", they post results from several studies using testolactone for the treatment of gyno along with the dosages and the purported results. They also make a small statement about the use of anastrozole and its possible use in the treatment of gyno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by friction515
    They also make a small statement about the use of anastrozole and its possible use in the treatment of gyno.
    Hmm..This isn't exactly ground-breaking news man.
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    I know, I just thought with all the new gyno questions popping up it would give people something more to consider before asking so many questions.
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    Ahhh..Okay, I thought this was a new found discovery of yours that you were posting...My bad..
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    Quote Originally Posted by friction515
    This study in the last part talks of using the first generation AI to treat gyno. It also talks about one treatment using a newer gen AI, anastrozol, with favorable results.

    here is the link:
    http://journals.endocrinology.org/er...15/0060315.pdf
    Has anyone seen more recent studies with teslactone? I've heard the rumors that it permanently supresses estrogen, but I've yet to see anything that substantiates this. The list of non androgen and hormonal drugs that cause gyno is intersting though.
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