what role does a atd play when ppl use it with a serm when trying to get rid of gyno?

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    what role does a atd play when ppl use it with a serm when trying to get rid of gyno?


    i have been wondering this for a while

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    Because you need to stop estrogen buildup or aromatization.. Get rid of estro..
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    so using raloxifene or tamoxifen alone would not be good enough?
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    Tamox and ralox are preventative measures for gyno, ralox being the most powerful. They do not get rid of gyno.. That is where an AI or surgery comes in. f you have the beginning signs of gyno those SERMS would clear that up.
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    In fact, you'd be a lucky guy if you could rid your gyno with an OTC ATD...
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    oh ok. cuz i have came across many posts on different sites where guys list protocols with either tamox or ralox and an atd saying they got rid of gyno from puberty.

    i guess im still a little lost on which one is the factor that breaks the gyno up, and which one is the one that prevents a rebounding effect or something. im kinda new to all this, sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by therocker187 View Post
    oh ok. cuz i have came across many posts on different sites where guys list protocols with either tamox or ralox and an atd saying they got rid of gyno from puberty.

    i guess im still a little lost on which one is the factor that breaks the gyno up, and which one is the one that prevents a rebounding effect or something. im kinda new to all this, sorry
    I have heard of that getting rid of PUBERTAL (key word) gyno. Its a hit or miss situation though..
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    Atd first then tamoxifen after to prevent gyno from estrogen rebound
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    yea thats what i have figured. everyones body is different and some wont respond like others will.

    so would novedex xt be sufficient for the atd part? or is inhibit-e better for something like this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerbunny View Post
    Atd first then tamoxifen after to prevent gyno from estrogen rebound
    oh ok i see the concept. so running a standalone with tamox or ralox is basically useless?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerbunny View Post
    Atd first then tamoxifen after to prevent gyno from estrogen rebound
    NO!

    OP, read this: Getting rid of gyno: What worked for me

    Has insight on what you were talking about and what you want to know.
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    i came across that a little earlier, but i dont think he specified on what he used for atd. i would really like to know what anyone thinks about using novedex xt as an atd in a protocol like that guys.
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