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    Strutt is offline Junior Member
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    Selegiline

    Here is something possibly to use during post-cycle with Clomid. I have heard that one's dopamine receptors are shot after a T cycle. I plan to be doing this with a little Bromocriptine (sorry no article on that):




    Selegiline is a prescription drug that is the darling of the anti-aging
    movement, which includes many doctors. It's used as an adjunct to
    other drugs (e.g., L-dopa, Carbidopa) in the treatment of Parkinson's
    disease. Selegiline works by enhancing the effectiveness of dopamine
    in the brain. See http://www.selegiline.com/ and search Medline.

    Dr. Shippen discovered that Selegiline also increases T and discusses it
    on pp.188-189 of his book, The Testosterone Syndrome.

    Selegiline only works in some men who have secondary hypogonadism
    where the feedback loop has gone quiet. Doctors don't know why this
    happens. By activating dopamine in the brain, Selegiline puts the
    hypothalamus/pituitary back into action which produces more LH which
    signals the testicles to produce more T.

    Selegiline raised my T from about 200 to 400. That wasn't enough for
    me, so I went on HCG . Now, Selegiline allows me to lower my HCG dosage
    by about 20%.


    - David

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    By the way I forgot to mention that Selegiline and Bromocriptine are believed to block cortisol and stress (reduction in catabolism after cycle). At least that is what has been found in some Parkinsons patients.

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    By the way, this was meant for the educational threads.

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    Mr. Nobody is offline Associate Member
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    Bromocriptine is used for Parkinson patients as a dopamine potentiator. It blocks prolacten via same route and can raise testosterone in hypogonadel patients as well. Furthermore it raises gh in normal men but lowers it in acromegalic patients.
    Deprenyl or seligiline has similar benefits.
    I tried both and prefer 2.5mg bromo ed (before bed) with my clomid and arimidex post cycle.
    5mg deprenyl made me extremly hyper (triple cappuccino)
    Last edited by Mr. Nobody; 01-24-2002 at 09:02 PM.

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    Very intresting thread this one,so what do you bros. think ;jumex(deprenyl/selegilline) vs. bromcriptine vs. dopergine vs. cabergoline (dostinex)
    please give me your feed bach here..

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    Mr. Africa is offline Junior Member
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    ah,ofcourse i meant your openion about the benifit of these drugs in our sport ,am not talking about neuroprotective nor anti-free radicale effects
    i am talking ;sex drive,potency,mood and anticatabolic effect and rapid recovery .

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