Thread: Switching Anti-E's legitimate?
05-02-2003, 08:46 PM #1
Switching Anti-E's legitimate?
Quick question: Is it cool to use Nolva as an anti-e for the first week or so of a cycle and then switch to the more economical liquidex for the lengthy remainder of the cycle? The reason I ask is I'm not sure if doing so would hit me with the "Nolva rebound" once i cease with the nolva. I imagine that, given I'd be switching immediately to the dex, this wouldn't be an issue, though i want to be certain. Thanks
05-03-2003, 12:36 AM #2
i am not 100% but i would think that the switch would be fine. Why the switch by the way.
05-03-2003, 06:51 AM #3
05-03-2003, 08:37 AM #4
Rickson, that makes sense to run a little bit of an overlap and will give me a peace of mind.
Rhino, when I put in my initial order, I had come to be convinced that bloat in general wasn't the huge concern, but gyno was. As such, I'd planned to run a low dose of nolva throughout. However, as I continued to assess my goals and plans for the cycle, dex started to make a little more sense, and I elected to run that instead, but didn't get the order in in time to get them shipped together, so the dex is about 4-5 days behind the rest of my stuff, which I decided to start and maybe just stick with the nolva throughout. But, with the dex coming, I'd really like to stick with that and want to switch back. A little impatience on my part perhaps, but if that's my biggest folly so far I'm fairly happy.
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