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    PGF2a for reducing gyno..

    PGF2a possibly mediates the endogenous insulin levels and is also a de facto thermogenic, as body temperature is increased after the administration of exogenous PGF2a. Unlike other fat burners, which only decrease the size of fat cells, PGF2a actually destroys them. Fat cells die when exposed to PGF2a.

    Can PGF2a possibly be used to destroy GYNO.? Seems worth looking into to me....

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    I never heard of it, but I'd like to learn more about it, here's a bump for ya

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    Just read a bit on the subject, doesn't seem worth lookin' into...

    PGF-2a is great

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    lol I just read the same article about 4 times

    Wish there was some way to get rid of this gyno without surgery! Don't have 3-5 thousand sitting around, I actually went to see a doc when I was about 18(puberty gyno) and the numbnuts told me it was common and would go away on its own, he then proceeded to show his intelligence by saying if it does'nt go away soon we may have to drain it! wtf - I did'nt think you can drain a fat deposit. Anyways I am 25 now and I got this big gyno lump in my chest due to some idiot who did'nt take action when he had the chance. ok enough raving....breath - count to ten......

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