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    BOSLEY is offline New Member
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    Ar-r Nolva

    New to AR and AR-R . Will AR-R nolva alone be a good anti-e or do you have to use it with something? Is it just as good as any other nolva? Please reply.

    Thanks

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    956Vette is offline AR-Elite Hall of Famer
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    Welcome. This is a difficult question to answer not knowing any details on what you are using, etc. But yes, AR-R 's nolv is good.

    to get the answers you need in terms of what anti-e's you should look into during/after go to the steriod forum

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    will ar-r 's nova be just as reliable as pharmacy nova to prevent gyno and other estrogen sideeffects on a all test cycle?

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    KeyMastur is offline VET
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    i'm sure the angels can tell you just as well as i can, that AR's nolva is just as reliable as a pharmacy - only cheaper.

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    but Nolva is not what you want to use to control estrogen sides ..you want Letrozole it will in many cases reverse Gyno. ..nolva ( tamoxifen ) best used for PCt

    Letrozol is femera, which is an anti-estrogen.

    Femara is 10-30x more effective than Arimidex in it's ability to pass thru the cell membrane of lipid (fat) cells and inhibit the activity of aromatase -- in other words, Femara is far superior in lowering estrogen levels in fat cells. This has two benefits for BBs; (1) Estrogen 'attracts' water, so less water retention (2) an average male BB is around 10%BF, that's a lot of lipid cells with aromatase inside them, so a substantial percentage of aromatase is left untouched by Arimidex due to it's poor ability to enter lipid cells Arimidex is approximately 80% effective at inhibiting aromatase, Femara is around 95-97%

    notes:
    1. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2000 Jul;85(7):2370-7
    2. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol 1997 Nov-Dec;63(4-6):261-7

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