p-5-p (b-6) progestin use?

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    p-5-p (b-6) progestin use?


    there was some talk a while back, about using P-5-P when taking a progestin. i was wonderig why? what are you trying to combat? or prevent? educate me please.....

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    I believe it's used to control prolactin levels. A lot of guys take it when they get gyno and lactation flair ups on/after cycles.
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    P-5-P is used to combat prolactin based sides...lactating/etc
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    Did nothing for me with prolactin steroids, helped with prolactin recs on an acute basis IE high dose before event
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    Justreading, could you explain? It did nothing??
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Justreading, could you explain? It did nothing??
    Yup, did nothing... not much more to explain, problems continued like nothing happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justreading View Post
    Yup, did nothing... not much more to explain, problems continued like nothing happened.
    What were you dosing? How high?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    What were you dosing? How high?
    150 ed. Again it did absolutely nothing. I am very very prolactin sensative. I sometimes worry I may have a real problem. I will try it when I am off everything for a while but even a few weeks after stoping anything prolactin based p5p did nothing to get me back to normal. One dose of caborgoline did more than a whole bottle of p5p
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    JR, do you think running Powerful or IGF-2 during a prolactin tendency compound could keep the sides at bay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    JR, do you think running Powerful or IGF-2 during a prolactin tendency compound could keep the sides at bay?
    Not for me... I am an extreme case I think. I have prolactin issues totally on my own and natural. I've tried up to 5g 1-carboxy and 150mg p5p or another time up to 7.5mg bromo.

    The only thing that really helps is caber and not on a heavy prolactin compound
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