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TheSVPdeal

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Olympus said:
I'll further by saying that estrogen and prolactin are synergistic with one another. Controlling estrogen is the first step to controlling prolactin/progesterone build up. The first thing they teach in early endocrinology classes are that prolactin has NO real function in the male body. Meaning, you don't need it and to dumb it down, mine as well kill it all LOL. Anyways, most people aren't experienced enough in being able to feel when their estrogen is elevated which leads to the slew of prolactin problems. Bottom line, whenever running a 19-nor, as aforementioned, you need a prolactin antagonist and controlling your estrogen will help prevent higher rates of conversion.


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My experience speaks the same. I've never really needed to deal with prolactin on its own. I just control the estro and the rest seems to workout.

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned T-3.
 

DylanGemelli

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TheSVPdeal said:
Olympus said:
I'll further by saying that estrogen and prolactin are synergistic with one another. Controlling estrogen is the first step to controlling prolactin/progesterone build up. The first thing they teach in early endocrinology classes are that prolactin has NO real function in the male body. Meaning, you don't need it and to dumb it down, mine as well kill it all LOL. Anyways, most people aren't experienced enough in being able to feel when their estrogen is elevated which leads to the slew of prolactin problems. Bottom line, whenever running a 19-nor, as aforementioned, you need a prolactin antagonist and controlling your estrogen will help prevent higher rates of conversion.


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My experience speaks the same. I've never really needed to deal with prolactin on its own. I just control the estro and the rest seems to workout.

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned T-3.


Yes but you are a tren animal... I have never witnessed anyone handle it like you do... you bleed that shit!
 

Bio-Tech

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Hurry up and rep for us. Tired of asking. We're gonna have to come by and headlock your ass.
 

9th Wonder

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TheSVPdeal said:
Olympus said:
I'll further by saying that estrogen and prolactin are synergistic with one another. Controlling estrogen is the first step to controlling prolactin/progesterone build up. The first thing they teach in early endocrinology classes are that prolactin has NO real function in the male body. Meaning, you don't need it and to dumb it down, mine as well kill it all LOL. Anyways, most people aren't experienced enough in being able to feel when their estrogen is elevated which leads to the slew of prolactin problems. Bottom line, whenever running a 19-nor, as aforementioned, you need a prolactin antagonist and controlling your estrogen will help prevent higher rates of conversion.


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My experience speaks the same. I've never really needed to deal with prolactin on its own. I just control the estro and the rest seems to workout.

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned T-3.

Amour T-3 should suffice.
 

TheSVPdeal

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9th Wonder said:
TheSVPdeal said:
"Olympus" said:
I'll further by saying that estrogen and prolactin are synergistic with one another. Controlling estrogen is the first step to controlling prolactin/progesterone build up. The first thing they teach in early endocrinology classes are that prolactin has NO real function in the male body. Meaning, you don't need it and to dumb it down, mine as well kill it all LOL. Anyways, most people aren't experienced enough in being able to feel when their estrogen is elevated which leads to the slew of prolactin problems. Bottom line, whenever running a 19-nor, as aforementioned, you need a prolactin antagonist and controlling your estrogen will help prevent higher rates of conversion.


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My experience speaks the same. I've never really needed to deal with prolactin on its own. I just control the estro and the rest seems to workout.

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned T-3.

Amour T-3 should suffice.
Don't know what you're saying here but T-3 can lower elevated prolactin
 

Olympus

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9th Wonder said:
TheSVPdeal said:
"Olympus" said:
I'll further by saying that estrogen and prolactin are synergistic with one another. Controlling estrogen is the first step to controlling prolactin/progesterone build up. The first thing they teach in early endocrinology classes are that prolactin has NO real function in the male body. Meaning, you don't need it and to dumb it down, mine as well kill it all LOL. Anyways, most people aren't experienced enough in being able to feel when their estrogen is elevated which leads to the slew of prolactin problems. Bottom line, whenever running a 19-nor, as aforementioned, you need a prolactin antagonist and controlling your estrogen will help prevent higher rates of conversion.


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My experience speaks the same. I've never really needed to deal with prolactin on its own. I just control the estro and the rest seems to workout.

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned T-3.

Amour T-3 should suffice.


Made by Forrest aka Watson? It's a blend of t3/t4 different grains if you're speaking on what I think you are.


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DylanGemelli

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I know one thing, for me, i have a list of whats the most important at all times and at the top of that list is "full functioning of "manhood" aka always ready to rock my girl, so whether i "think" i need caber or not, ill always take the precaution and use it because i dont give a fuck how strong or cut something makes you, having the stick work is equally if not the most important!
 
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