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    I'm Gorgeous295 is offline New Member
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    Questions about propecia and clomids

    guys help me out,

    I was running a cycle i was wondering how I could use propecia for my hair throughout the cycle.

    And is it bad to take clomids year round I heard it keeps you going longer is the sack?

    Guys help me out

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    bump

    do a search on propecia... youll finds tons of info.

    i thought that clomid thing we were talking about wasnt true?

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    Wouldn't taking clomid year round just make you bust larger loads?

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    Yo if you get info on propecia imgorgeous295 let me know man, I am concerned about the same thing that you are. Later bro

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    Do you just want to use it to prevent hairloss? If so it is a good drug. But a few things to know: 1) it can take up to a few months for max benefits. 2) once you start you can't stop, or you will regress 3) unless you have a good source and can get it cheap, your insurance probably won't pay for it (if you have health insurance). It is considered a cosmetic drug which is stupid but true. If you want more info go to rxlist.com or drugfacts.com (free registration).

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