anavar and prolactin
I have a local steroid guru saying that var, even at lower doses, raises prolactin, in a similar matter as tren. I cannot find any other study about this, but the guy is very trusted locally(in fact I seem to be one of the only ones questioning his words). The article itself is in Dutch, I'll try to give a translation for this board, as it is by far the most advanced in this area. Quite hard considering some very technical terms.
Impact on hypofyse
Oxandrolone influences the release of certain hypofyse hormones. The hypofyse produces the regulating hormones FSH and LH, the thyroid-regulating hormone TSH, b-endorfine, regulating kidney hormone ACTH, Prolactin and GH. Oxandrolone, at low doses (up to 10 mg/day) only stimulates the release of the last two.
Anyone with proof about/against this? Can't find any study on pudmed about it.
I've never heard of such a thing. In fact I think the tren / prolactin connection is way over blown too. NOt saying its wrong its just news to me. Are you afraid var will cause you to have issues with prolactin?
aye, I had a very bad libido after tren for over 6 weeks, even tho I was only on it for 3 weeks. It might have been prolactin, as when it improved slightly I still had troubles cumming.
I do not want to go that road again, so I'm currently researching var as much as I can.
oh and another thing var-related
What will be the difference in strength gains after the cycle between var only and var + creatine, after you quit creatine as well...
In other words, does taking creatine with var on-cycle help more in the long run than just var alone?
Anavar isn't going to raise prolactin levels.
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Bro, let us stop the madness, I mean speculation, if you really want to be sure if Var raises anything you have to check Prolactin levels via blood work. Peace.
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I suggest you do thorough research on this and get blood work to lest the prolactin level in your body.