Suicide inhibitor in rebound XT??

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    Suicide inhibitor in rebound XT??


    T-Drive, aka rebound XT has a "so called suicide inhibitor" and it says it binds to the receptors permanantly. So what does that mean as far as longterm effects? Is it going to permanantly block my estrogen??

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    Never heard of T-Drive, but if it is ATD then it will reduce estrogen significantly for as long as you're using the compound, and then for a short duration afterwards as your body clears it from your system.
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    this takes you to t-drive and rebound xt
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