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    Masteron and the prostate

    I was reading about Masteron on the site here and whoever wrote up the description suggests running Propecia any time you run Masteron, is it really that rough and how many here have ran it? What sides did you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSXRvi6
    I was reading about Masteron on the site here and whoever wrote up the description suggests running Propecia any time you run Masteron, is it really that rough and how many here have ran it? What sides did you have?
    DHT derivative and androgen receptors in prostate are very reactive to DHT coupling. I ran mast once without a PDE5 inhibitor and my PSA skyrocketed to 10.6!!!! Using Cialis at 10mg per day has kept PSA to below 3.0. I no longer touch mast without a PDE5 inhibitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleInk View Post
    DHT derivative and androgen receptors in prostate are very reactive to DHT coupling. I ran mast once without a PDE5 inhibitor and my PSA skyrocketed to 10.6!!!! Using Cialis at 10mg per day has kept PSA to below 3.0. I no longer touch mast without a PDE5 inhibitor.
    Translation: Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite

    Translation: Yes.
    Oui.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSXRvi6 View Post
    I was reading about Masteron on the site here and whoever wrote up the description suggests running Propecia any time you run Masteron, is it really that rough and how many here have ran it? What sides did you have?
    That's a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleInk View Post
    DHT derivative and androgen receptors in prostate are very reactive to DHT coupling. I ran mast once without a PDE5 inhibitor and my PSA skyrocketed to 10.6!!!! Using Cialis at 10mg per day has kept PSA to below 3.0. I no longer touch mast without a PDE5 inhibitor.
    CIALIS is becoming a VERY helpful tool in my ways,,,BPH and ED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIN View Post
    CIALIS is becoming a VERY helpful tool in my ways,,,BPH and ED.
    It's also helpful for your tool.

    I'm funny.


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    It seams to me that things that work well for finishers, like primo, masteron etc don't really have much use for average joe user.

    Seems to me like the average joe users toolbox is mainly test, deca , tren , var. Not that joe user can't use primo/mast but it's like, is it worth it when your not looking to be a body builder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    It's also helpful for your tool.

    I'm not really funny.
    More better-er...
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    Wouldn't Dutasteride work better than cialis for the prostate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSXRvi6 View Post
    Wouldn't Dutasteride work better than cialis for the prostate?
    Not necessarily. Compare the side effects of it to the wealth of benefits from cialis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel

    Not necessarily. Compare the side effects of it to the wealth of benefits from cialis.
    ^^^Precisely!

    Avodart will lower PSA....as well as lower sex drive, ejaculate volume, sperm count AND can cause erectile dysfunction.

    Cialis wins.

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    I can only take so much Cialis, my body doesn't tolerate it very well, 3mg ed is extremely effective at giving me a "boost", much more then that and I get sinus pressure and a headache, that and my pecker won't go down for a very long time which can get annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleInk
    DHT derivative and androgen receptors in prostate are very reactive to DHT coupling. I ran mast once without a PDE5 inhibitor and my PSA skyrocketed to 10.6!!!! Using Cialis at 10mg per day has kept PSA to below 3.0. I no longer touch mast without a PDE5 inhibitor.
    Great post MI on using a PDE5 inhibitor with DHT compounds.

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    5a-r inhibitors (finasteride and dutasteride) won't do anything to prevent androgenic sides from DHT-derivatives.
    So the answer to the original question is, "no, that is bullshit".

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    When I’m on 500mg masteron EW, I can’t even pee. I’m waiting and waiting until some drops start to fall.
    But then, I take some saw palmetto and I pee even better than off cycle so it seems saw palmetto does the job.
    It shouldn’t have so much sides cause its natural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    When I’m on 500mg masteron EW, I can’t even pee. I’m waiting and waiting until some drops start to fall.
    But then, I take some saw palmetto and I pee even better than off cycle so it seems saw palmetto does the job.
    It shouldn’t have so much sides cause its natural.
    Does Saw Palmetto Treat Enlarged Prostate?

    That says saw palmetto has no more effect than a placebo

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSXRvi6
    Does Saw Palmetto Treat Enlarged Prostate?

    That says saw palmetto has no more effect than a placebo
    Actually, if you look through the medical literature in Pubmed (not Google scholar or the general Internet), the data are inconclusive. Some studies suggest serenoa repens (saw palmetto) may play a role in reducing chronic prostate inflammation, an effect that is best observed when serenoa repens is combined with selenium and lycopene. This result is somewhat expected as selenium levels are known to correlate with healthy prostate tissue.

    Many other studies have refuted the benefits of serenoa repens and found that it was in fact no better than placebo at reducing BPH.

    I can also tell you from experience, I have yet to meet a urologist that believes in the benefits of serenoa repens on prostate health.

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