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LGD & GW messing with menstrual cycle?

rockmfhudd

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Basically i ran the ostarime for 8 weeks (no period) after about 3 weeks off I got it. Started the s4 about two weeks after that and havent had one yet, its been around 4 weeks now (still running the s4) I guess it could just be due to my training more than the sarms itself, but I was having regular cycles prior to this.

yes where are the sarms from and hey from a man I guess missing knowing that you are not prego is a good thing I guess, I know my wife cant wait til she stops hers lol 53 and no end in sight so far
 

mp147

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Out of curiosity where were your sarms from? That could explain a lot as well. There are many companies not selling legit sarms at all, that are actually prohormones

What's interesting @rickrock is that the compounds are not testosterone based. So it's interesting that they would mess with a woman's estrogen to the point that they would miss their menstrual cycle. I have run ostarine, LGD, SR, GW, S4 and Rad....my cycle was normal.


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Manda.

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They were from sarms1. I just ordered cardarine from sarmsx though so Ill let you know how that goes. It could just be from changes in bodyfat.
 

rockmfhudd

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yeah sarms1 is trash you are making the right move to sarmsx. that could explain this whole situation but the bf% could as well
 

fit_chick

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**UPDATE**

Did the following for 3 weeks and then missed my regularly occurring period.
- Anabolicum (LGD-4033) 1mL/day
- Cardarine (GW-501516) 0.5mL/day

Switched to the following for about 4 weeks when I again completely missed my very regular period.
- Anabolicum (LGD-4033) 0.5mL/day
- Cardarine (GW-501516) 0.5mL/day

After about 50 days total I stopped taking the SarmsX. And about 3.5ish weeks later - right on schedule - I got my period. Not sure if or when I'll try them again, but I figured I'd update this one last time for any future Googling females! It seems as if they really did affect my menstrual cycle. ((Note: this obviously is not medical advice, just my personal experience)).
 
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