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    Started new cycle; opinions on how much nolva

    Whats up guys.......Im in the fourth day of my new cycle:

    Weeks 1-8 Prop @ 100 mg/ed
    Weeks 1-8 Fina @ 100 mg/ed

    So, i'm wondering how much nolva should i take with this cycle. Should it be 10 mg/ed or 20? At 1400 mg/ week, i was leaning towards taking the 20mg everyday- what do you guys think?

    By the way, ed shots suck. Shot 2cc's into right delt last night and its sore as a motherfucker today.......

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    Nolva will not do anything for you with the fina...... but with the 700mg of Prop I would use 20mg ED of nolva.

    Run 600mg ED of vitB6 to help keep prolactin levels low from the fina.

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    i know you need bromo for the fina, i was just wondering about the prop.

    As for the 600mg of b6, i take 200mg ed now, but i remember reading somewhere that taking megadoses of b6 for too long of a period can be harmful to your brain.......Is there any truth to that does anyone know? I believe i read that a while ago on this site.

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    SIDE EFFECTS
    (Possible) 200 mg/day has been reported to produce dependency, 2-6 grams taken over the course of several months can cause sensory neuropathy (numb extremities, loss of balance).

    I found that here:
    http://www.nutritionfocus.com/nutrit...itamin_B6.html

    I've been taking 600mg ED and haven't seen any problems. I may lower my dosages a bit. I will look to see if I can find some info on what dose effectivly keeps prolactin levels low.

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    I wouldn't use nolva unless I felt some symptoms creeping up. Why not go with proviron or L-dex and take aromatization out of the equation completely?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jersey juice
    I wouldn't use nolva unless I felt some symptoms creeping up. Why not go with proviron or L-dex and take aromatization out of the equation completely?

    You have to consider the lipid factor. An inhibitor will decrease HDL levels as Nolva will improve them. Nolva is a must whether its going to be taken alone, or in conjunction with an inhibitor(ldex/femara)

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