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    when using tren it has been suggested to use T3.

    1. Is this to combat lethargy caused by lowered thyroid function during tren use?

    2. Any other way to combat lower thyroid during tren use?

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    Just started tren , lazy as hell, any answers for us??

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    Tren makes you feel lethargic? Dude If any gear is going to hype you up it will be tren for me. So much so that I have a difficult time sleeping at night as many others do.

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    A small dose (.25mg ed) of T3 is recommended with the use of trenbolone because trenbolone lowers TSH levels, which in turn increases prolactin production which can increase your chance of getting "fina" gyno.

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    I get legarthic with tren also, but the last time i ran it i used T3 and it helped me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big k.l.g
    A small dose (.25mg ed) of T3 is recommended with the use of trenbolone because trenbolone lowers TSH levels, which in turn increases prolactin production which can increase your chance of getting "fina" gyno.
    Im taking B-6 to help my prolactin levels, should I still take some t-3. Also going to start to take some L-dex will that help at all??

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    Letrozole reduces the PgR receptor site concentrations, so it should help reduce the risk of getting gyno from the trenbolone .

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    thanks, using letro 1.25mg eod with current cycle, will add the t-3 ed



    QUOTE=big k.l.g]Letrozole reduces the PgR receptor site concentrations, so it should help reduce the risk of getting gyno from the trenbolone .[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGuns101
    Im taking B-6 to help my prolactin levels, should I still take some t-3. Also going to start to take some L-dex will that help at all??
    well, prolactin raises due to lowered TSH levels. So I think that the B6 works to raise TSH and prevent prolactin from raising.

    Anyone have the lethargy relieved by taking B6 then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BodyMechanic
    I get legarthic with tren also, but the last time i ran it i used T3 and it helped me.
    what about AFTER you got off, any problems with lethargy after discontinuance of the t3?

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    i use yohimbe bark mate,keeps my energy levels up,could be in my head but it seems to do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon69
    well, prolactin raises due to lowered TSH levels. So I think that the B6 works to raise TSH and prevent prolactin from raising.

    Anyone have the lethargy relieved by taking B6 then?
    I tell ya, Ive been a lump of shit since tren , but also hurting bad from prop, not sure if its both!!

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