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    Eddyflash is offline Junior Member
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    Question Nolvadex or Liquidex

    Would it be safe to use Liquidex in the place of Nolvadex ? I did research on Liquidex and it says it is often used as a replacement but I just wanted to check with you guys and see if you had any experiences with it..

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    liquidex is the liquid form or armidex is used to reduce bloat from estrogen
    it also help control estrogen related gyno.
    use noveldex if you do get estrogen related gyno

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    I don't understand... you mean if gyno starts to develop already that is when it is time to take the nolv??

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    yes,run the nov if you are experiencing signs of gyno(itchy,burning nipples are the first sign,followed by lumps under the nipple

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    My suggestion is to do a search on both, learn which products do what. Armidex stops the arotomasing process, (preventing test conversion to estrogen). While Nolv blocks estrogen sites, therefore, allowing them not to be picked up by the estrogen in your body. I use both for test cycles, armidex will also keep down the estrogen bloat, while Nolv again, really doen't help with that, but works wonders on existing lumps and nipple pain caused by gyno.

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