Test E, Armidex And Finasteride  

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equi30
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12/07/2018 2:19 pm  

I’m planning an 8 weeks test e 500mg Week cycle.

I’m a little concerned about hair loss, so I will use finasteride, 0.5 mg/day.

As finasteride can increase estrogen levels, I will use armidex, 1mg/day to prevent gyno.

If I hair loss don’t occur, I might extend the cycle to 10 weeks. If hair loss became too much, I will increase finasteride to 1mg/day or stop the cycle.

Is this combo advisable?

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equi30
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12/07/2018 3:16 pm  

I couldnt get armidex, due to his high price.
I will substitute it for 20mg nolva+ 25 mg proviron ED. Should this be effective preventing gyno and water retention ?


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jboldman
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12/07/2018 4:15 pm  

for one thing i doubt that gyno is an issue at that dose unless you are very sensitive. proviron has no clinically proven anti-e proterties so you are basically wasting your money there. Nolvadex would indeed work but i would just wait and use it if your nipples became sensitive.

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equi30
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12/07/2018 4:57 pm  
Posted by: jboldman
for one thing i doubt that gyno is an issue at that dose ...
jb

Even with the elevated estrogen values from finasteride ?


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liftsiron
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12/07/2018 5:44 pm  

I doubt that finasteride at the dose mentioned is going to do much, especially if your prone to mpb. If your not prone then I wouldn't even bother with finasteride. Anyhow topical spironlactone seems to work as good if not better for aas induced hair loss. The CEM store should have either liquid Arimidex or liquid letro(fermera).

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equi30
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12/07/2018 6:22 pm  

Sorry if its a dumb question, but is there a topical spironlactone solution? Or I have to somehow transform the pill to liquid form?

Bumping finasteride to 1mg should be sufficient to prevent hair loss?


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liftsiron
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12/07/2018 7:18 pm  

Yes there are topical spironlactone solutions. A googol search should turn up some.

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