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E2/Test Level/Ratios

drachola

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Question Dylan:

You talk about E2/Test level ratios in your recent video...Does that mean you can keep your E2 levels higher when you elevate your Test levels? Example: If I run a 3,000 Test level (bloods) can I also run my E2 higher? Typically...My E2 (off cycle) is about 5-7 percent of my test level.
(Off cycle BW just before my last cycle Test 573 / E2 29). I hope I'm not confusing everyone. Basically, I'm asking is it ok to have a higher E2 level with elevated Test Levels as long as it's close to the percentage/difference when off cycle? FYI...I am not sensitive to E2.

Thank you!
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DylanGemelli

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to an extent but you still want it within the normal ranges it needs to be in... its ok to be a bit more elevated but i would still be aiming to keep it in the lower to mid 30's at most
 

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Mobsterthemod

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I suspect this is over thinking. If you have zero issues it doesn't matter. If, however, you DO have problems... then of course it matters
 

MasonicBodybuilder

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Yes but you still want e2 in the normal range. A lot of guys will feel amazing with higher estrogen on cycle, just don't let it get out of that normal range in your bloods.
 
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