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    gyno hgh worries

    from what i have just read some people are getting gyno probs from growth,i suffer from gyno so now im worried,what will stop it b6 ,t3 or nolva arim ? please help.

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    going to bed now hope some one will help me out and leave me some posts cheers.

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    Just keep nolva on hand and ease the dose up. Don't start too high....

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    Bump for this, Never hear about gh causing gyno ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulastone
    Bump for this, Never hear about gh causing gyno ????
    Can and has with me. While under doc's supervision. This is documented in Dr Klatz's book, and one other. can't remember where. Search around, you'll find more on this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsashbl
    Can and has with me. While under doc's supervision. This is documented in Dr Klatz's book, and one other. can't remember where. Search around, you'll find more on this....
    Ya but I dont understand, gh doesnt produce testosterone . while gyno is usualy caused by too much estrogen.

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    Interesting. Never heard of anyone getting Gyno from GH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsashbl
    Can and has with me. While under doc's supervision. This is documented in Dr Klatz's book, and one other. can't remember where. Search around, you'll find more on this....
    Not quite true. Rudman studies and Maxine Papadakis showed edema/joint pains at higher doses and only two subjects experienced "tender breast" but was not gyno. Gyno would be very rare but possible under predisposition..

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