Liver and Heart "Healthiest" OTC A-I

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    Liver and Heart "Healthiest" OTC A-I


    Need to find an Aromatse Inhibitor (OTC) for LONGterm use. TO coicide with my HRT. Estro levels high and I need to ger them down.

    Zero liver toxicity would be nice!

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    im not completely sure but i think formex would be an option, especially with all the people runnin it continuously
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    Quote Originally Posted by panther77 View Post
    im not completely sure but i think formex would be an option, especially with all the people runnin it continuously
    Formex? As in oral formestane? Probably not something you want to run continuously at all. I would not do this and would not recommend anyone do this.
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    I've also been researching Formestane, both oral and Trans. for use on cycles of aromatizing AAS.

    JJC, would you please go into some detail as to why it would be a bad idea? And perhaps what you can recommend as an alternative?

    I was going to post the very same question, as all AI's I've looked into seem to have some negative effect on liver values. Thanks!
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    Unless it's avoiding hepatic metabolism, you're not going to get 0 liver toxicity

    Arimidex is so powerful that you barely need 1mg to keep the E2 down, which decreases stress on the liver. A pharmacist, maybe MrBigPR can help you regarding AI hepatoxicity.
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    many people on here are using the oral continuously with no issues i would give it a look if i were you, i dont believe its liver toxic, and they use a slightly different dosing protocol when using year round
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Unless it's avoiding hepatic metabolism, you're not going to get 0 liver toxicity

    Arimidex is so powerful that you barely need 1mg to keep the E2 down, which decreases stress on the liver. A pharmacist, maybe MrBigPR can help you regarding AI hepatoxicity.
    yes armidex is powerful and easy on the liver but in the other hand I believe its harsh on the blood lipids so not a good choice to the heart.
    6-oxo was one of the safest,it almost not change lipids and hepatic values on the studies I saw, formestane is not very harsh also
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    Quote Originally Posted by nunes View Post
    yes armidex is powerful and easy on the liver but in the other hand I believe its harsh on the blood lipids so not a good choice to the heart.
    6-oxo was one of the safest,it almost not change lipids and hepatic values on the studies I saw, formestane is not very harsh also
    I second 6 oxo, data that was presented showed no significant chages in transaminases.
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    what about exemestane/aromasin? its the least harsh of the prescription ones as far as lipids/igf levels go, but I dunno about liver
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    I was using Aromosin but looking for an OTC.

    6-oxo sounds promising. How effective is it?
  

  
 

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