looks like it got unlocked.
weird things happen when you migrate the forums.
What a goofy thread. Oral steroids are dangerous. By association, pulsing is also going to be dangerous.
The OP was banned like the day of. Then he started a supplement company, became a board supporter, made outlandish claims and remarks about the competition, and got banned again. Odd guy to go from troll to legit to troll again.
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Granted, I've only read the first post, but this is a very frustrating thread. Please, forgive me if this has already been touched upon. You're comparing apples to oranges by saying "most medications should not be pulsed, so AAS should not be pulsed either". Read a few papers on GnRH and leuprolide. You'll find that leuprolide, a synthetic GnRHr agonist, is fairly versatile in that it can be used both to suppress as well as stimulate hormone production (I do believe that its use to stimulate hormone production is not FDA approved, and is therefore an off-label use. Never-the-less, this is still sometimes done in practice). This is a much better basis of comparison.
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