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    hawaii50 is offline New Member
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    deca and liquidex

    ok, i've gone through a lot of posts.. and i want the final answer on deca and liquidex.. it seems that for every post that liquidex prevents gyno on deca.. another one says it doesn't..

    and if it doesn't... what does?

    i need some help here
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    i don't believe it does.

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    bump

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    Liquidex is for water retention more than anything. Take nolva or letro for the gyno.

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    I believe you there is something called bromo which stops progesterone related sides but im still reading up on it. Also i think b-6 helps with deca sides but a mod could help you a lot better here bro..Im still searchin thru a lot of info

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    Deca gyno is caused by progesterone

    Liquidex stops steroids armoatising into estrogen

    However, Liquidex does stop Deca gyno!

    The reason for this is as follows,

    Progesterone will cause gyno formation
    BUT ONLY IS ESTROGEN IS PRESENT!!

    So if you use Liquidex you stop estrogen from being present

    Deca will still have progesteronic activities, but these will cause no harm due to a lack of estrogen

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