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    Post Partum advise

    Ok people, and ladies, your input will be of great value.

    My wife had our second child three weeks ago with C-Section. Still swollen from surgery but revovering well. She still lactate but not enough for the baby so he's in formula only. She wants to get in shape although she's not exactly a gym rat. She's willing to put in the work though.

    Her stats are 5' 02" 130# post partum, 35 yo. Her usual weight is 100-105# and slim built.

    She is fastidiously meticulous with her diet, leaning more towards salad, low fat, chicken, and being a sworn enemy of junk food. So no issues there. Her gym motivation is an issue (she is susceptible to depression, antidepressants don't do much for her, yet exercising gets her in great mood, whenever she does it).

    So, i need a so advise for her. I know anavar is use for recovery after major surgery in men, not sure about ladies. I have PureEssence S4 and GW, anavar, caber and Adex.

    Please help. She seems genuinely interested in getting into shape. I wanna take advantage of this window before she falls back into post partum induced depression.

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    s4 and gw would be perfect for her, and maybe throw in some sr or mk2866

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    If she has used aas before then she could use a light cycle, after she is up and about and ready to walk.If she has not used them before then you may quite well will make things a lot worse. Get rickrock to post a sarms cycle for her. Also, as for the gym...she does not need to kill herself. When she feels up to it a little walking on the treadmill or in the fresh air, will work wonders for her physically and emotionally. Be on the look out and get yourself familiar with postpartum depression. Walking + sarms bro. Good luck.

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    Thanks Jake. I was hoping an answer from either you or Drb, since you guys are the scientists on this one. She has never used SARMS or AAS. She is walking already and hasn't shown signs of post partum depression. It hit her really hard with our first child. Neither she or me want it to happen again.

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    So SARMS only, mo need of caber to lower proclatin?

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    Also, ladies with some experience in matter are most welcome to comment. First hand experience will be of great value. Comments should not be limited to "gear". Any tips to improve mood, recovery, and overall well being is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guarionex View Post
    So SARMS only, mo need of caber to lower proclatin?
    sarms only walk lots

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    bro my wife was on anti depressants for 25 years or more. until last October on her first sarms cycle, she is off of them and doesn't need the meds anymore. not to mention she is on her 2nd cycle of sarms and has hit a little test every other week, and is kickin ass in the gym and diet and in the bedroom (shes about to kill me). she is 51 and is pretty much in menopause, has had graves disease and a lot of muscle atrophy from that but it is all turning around now.

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    are SARMS proven to be safe during breastfeeding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFish View Post
    are SARMS proven to be safe during breastfeeding?
    That I do not know. I would tend to wait until breastfeeding is over.

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