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    Tren flatness because lower T3?

    Can TREN cause flatness because lower T3 or cortisol?
    My friend was undiagnosed hypothyroidism and he was instant FLAT and he ate LOT OF CARBS.

    T3 improve nitric oxide synthesis and when you hypothyroid, your nitric oxide synthesis is deactivated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikulas88 View Post
    Can TREN cause flatness because lower T3 or cortisol?
    My friend was undiagnosed hypothyroidism and he was instant FLAT and he ate LOT OF CARBS.

    T3 improve nitric oxide synthesis and when you hypothyroid, your nitric oxide synthesis is deactivated.
    Oh, I can relate to that feeling myself, especially if I'm taking too much T4, I'd say it's a possibility, but can also be an E2 issue, or special sensitivity to progestins.

    In the start, tren can actually free up thyroid hormones and induce slight hyperthyroidism, followed by eventual reduction in free T4/T3.

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