P.C.T. Log: Dermacrine Sustain w/ NO SERM

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    After seein that Avi I think I gained 100lbs in my pants. Big naturals right?
    Awww yeah. It's a gif but I have no idea how to use those in an avatar here. She bounces around on my PC...its a fun time for me and her.


  2. u gettin e form was sustain not enough?
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  3. Hey Travis, great log man. In your opinion do you believe that the Sustain successfully replaced your need for a SERM? Or in your opinion would you feel comfortable running Sustain in place of a SERM for a future post cycle therapy?

  4. in my personal opinion: I would rather see studies and or bloodwork proving Sustain will work well with NO SERM. I agree that its worth a shot with a lower dose of SERM right off the bat though

  5. Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    in my personal opinion: I would rather see studies and or bloodwork proving Sustain will work well with NO SERM. I agree that its worth a shot with a lower dose of SERM right off the bat though
    I agree with the want for some more scientific proof. I believe that Sustain could probably work fine with some of the more mild compounds out there or if someone were to run a pulse cycle.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by drewh10987 View Post
    Hey Travis, great log man. In your opinion do you believe that the Sustain successfully replaced your need for a SERM? Or in your opinion would you feel comfortable running Sustain in place of a SERM for a future post cycle therapy?
    Great questions. It is difficult for me to say ONLY because I did use 10mg's and 5mgs of nolva for 2 weeks. Eric has told me (contrary to popular belief) that maximum testosterone stimulation occurs with 10mg's (based on his review of over 200+ studies). The more and more I learn I do believe the BB'ing community does overdue things always thinking more is better.

    To more directly answer your question YES, I would be more than comfortable using only Sustain in PCT off of a Epidrol/havoc/epi cycle. At the same time I will always have a SERM on hand.

    I think PCT should be tailored depending on what your cycle is. I think a stronger cycle may be more dependent on using a SERM in conjunction with Sustain. And by stronger I don't even necessarily mean orals.

    Also I dont have bloodwork....yet. Although I cant guarantee my doc will allow me bloodwork. I know several guys on other boards have ran extended Test cycles and only used Sustain in PCT and to date I have only read positive feedback.

    For now I definitely have to give Sustain two thumbs up.

  7. S...S...S...S...SuBBeD!

    Damn - I don't know how I missed this one - but I'm here BRONANA!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by matthew76 View Post
    S...S...S...S...SuBBeD!

    Damn - I don't know how I missed this one - but I'm here BRONANA!
    Lol, no prob bro. It's actually over for the most part. I have bloodwork coming in the mail. I'll pry post results when I get them in.

  9. I'm surprised you didn't add in dermatherm. A product to control cort would probabaly really help pct. I actually plan on trying sustain/dermatherm for a pct.

  10. Any update on your Bloodwork?

  11. How tall are you travis?

  12. Quote Originally Posted by matthew76 View Post
    Any update on your Bloodwork?
    Sorry, forgot to link back to this. But here ya go:

    Some more bloodwork (after PCT)

  13. Quote Originally Posted by hman85 View Post
    How tall are you travis?
    I am just under 6'2"
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