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    What's better to reduce bloat? Femara or Arimidex?

    I'm about to start a Test Cyp/EQ cycle and I'd like to keep the bloating low.

    I can get either Liquid Femara or Liquid Arimidex for the same price - What should I choose?

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    Both have the same mechanism of action and reduce edema by estrogen inhibition. Femara is the strogner of the two, which is a bad thing IMO.

    I'd run .25mg L-dex + 10mg Nolva with your cycle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pheedno
    Both have the same mechanism of action and reduce edema by estrogen inhibition. Femara is the strogner of the two, which is a bad thing IMO.

    I'd run .25mg L-dex + 10mg Nolva with your cycle
    Solid advice there.....

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    L-dex it is then Thanks!

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    i'M using femera in my up and coming cycle. I know you need some bloat but i perfer to stay dry as a bone.

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    Femera increases IGF by some 30 procent while Arimedex Decreases (!!) it by 30 procent...

    Furthermore Femera is an evolved version of Arimedex so It's better in almost every wa (in theory) --> They were both designed as cancer-inhibiting drugs, they are from other companies but they rely on the same Principle... (Femera is just improved and more evolved!).

    I would go with Letrozole (Femera)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofmasters
    Femera increases IGF by some 30 procent while Arimedex Decreases (!!) it by 30 procent...

    Furthermore Femera is an evolved version of Arimedex so It's better in almost every wa (in theory) --> They were both designed as cancer-inhibiting drugs, they are from other companies but they rely on the same Principle... (Femera is just improved and more evolved!).

    I would go with Letrozole (Femera)...

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    I just was looking at a paper today that showed femara having no impact on IGF-1 plasma levels nor any effect on lipids. I've seen other papers that contradict this as well. The one constant is....femara is much stronger than Adex. I prefer Adex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofmasters
    Femera increases IGF by some 30 procent while Arimedex Decreases (!!) it by 30 procent...

    Furthermore Femera is an evolved version of Arimedex so It's better in almost every wa (in theory) --> They were both designed as cancer-inhibiting drugs, they are from other companies but they rely on the same Principle... (Femera is just improved and more evolved!).

    I would go with Letrozole (Femera)...

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    I have never seen a study on igf reduction with A-dex. Furthermore, If you can find one and post it, I am betting it would be dose and duration dependant, as it is with Nolva.

    Femara dropped my HDL into the teens, while L-dex has no adverse effects on lipids for myself. Also, femara blood plasma leves are reduced by 37.6% with the administration of Nolva; and I always recommend running a SERM throughout the cycle

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