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    Nolva Bad 4 Liver?!

    is it?!!!

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    I looked at the profile, it didn't mention anything about liver toxicity being a problem.

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    it is slightly

    nothing nearly as bad as methylated orals though

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    it is processed in the liver and straining the liver. but not as hard as 17aa steroids , like brian mentioned.

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    you could get problems with your liver but only if you use nolva for a long time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan1
    you could get problems with your liver but only if you use nolva for a long time
    24 weeks too long?

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    I use tamoxifen about 10 months out of the year,at the end of pct, while still on nolva, my liver values go back to normal,so it can't be too hard on the liver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie
    I use tamoxifen about 10 months out of the year,at the end of pct, while still on nolva, my liver values go back to normal,so it can't be too hard on the liver.
    thats what i figured i heard a few peeps say long term can be detrimental but oh well.

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    there has been clinical studies that showed problems with the liver but the subjects were using nolva for several months every day and we dont do that we only cycle it so i dont think there is any reson to worry

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    tamoxifen has cancer causing potential, but so does drinking water these days. I would bet smoking is 10x as bad at causing cancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie
    tamoxifen has cancer causing potential, but so does drinking water these days. I would bet smoking is 10x as bad at causing cancer.
    10x please im going to say MUCH higher than that
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