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    I need some guidance on a good aromatase inhibitor. I have not been taking any supps for over 1 year. Can anyone recommend something for me, and is it too late. Under my nipple feels very sensitive to the touch, and its hard as well. Thanks!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotYoked View Post
    I need some guidance on a good aromatase inhibitor. I have not been taking any supps for over 1 year. Can anyone recommend something for me, and is it too late. Under my nipple feels very sensitive to the touch, and its hard as well. Thanks!!!!!!!!!
    What is your reason for using an AI? The way your nipple feels? If you have such concern for it, monitor it and watch for any other signs, as it may not be gyno and should clear itself up.

    If you have concerns re gyno, read this thread: If You Think You Have Gyno: Click Here.

    As for AIs, there are quite a few out there.

    In order of strength, AIs:
    1. 6-Bromo
    2. Formestane
    3. ATD
    4. 6-oxo


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    Thank you very much for the reply. I have done the self examination. I found #2 to be true. When I squeeze my index finger and my thumb together, there is a lump, or hard tissue there. Yes sensitive and painful. I noticed the onset about 6 weeks ago, and the sensitivity or pain has progressively gotten worse.
    Thanks for you response!
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    You weren't taking anything when this tissue developed? - I'd research letrozole gyno treatment if I were you. ATD MAY help, but I don't know. Letro is probably the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post

    In order of strength, AIs:
    1. 6-Bromo
    2. Formestane
    3. ATD
    4. 6-oxo
    Do you have info backing this up? Personally, I would label them:

    1. ATD
    2. 6-Bromo
    3. Form
    4. Trione

    Letro obviously being number one if we're not talking OTC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotYoked View Post
    Thank you very much for the reply. I have done the self examination. I found #2 to be true. When I squeeze my index finger and my thumb together, there is a lump, or hard tissue there. Yes sensitive and painful. I noticed the onset about 6 weeks ago, and the sensitivity or pain has progressively gotten worse.
    Thanks for you response!
    You need more than one symptom for it to be gyno. Unless you have pubertal gyno, then I cannot see how you would have it if you have been using NOTHING for the last year.

    And Scott, I should have said, "In order of strength, IMO, all OTC AIs".


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