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    Bizzare_777 is offline Junior Member
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    Question about using vitamin b-6 for prolactin induced gyno...

    During my m1t cycle i started to develope puffy nips and i was told that it was possibly caused by prolactin and that i should supp with b-6 for a while to help rid this problem. Im wonderin what has been proven to be effective(mg wise on b-6). Also, i even read somewhere that b-6 can be very toxic at high levels. How many mg's daily and how long would guys think one should supp with b-6? Im startin today and im really hopin i get rid of this problem. Thx in advance. Peace!

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    Do you have any Nolvadex or Arimidex ?

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    just take 200mg ed

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    I use 300mg ed, I had the same thing happen on M1T.

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    Yea,,i do have my nolva and clomid on standby for pct,,but my cycle is not officialy through yet,,decided to take it to 5 weeks,,cause of the awesome gains *** been gettin.So,,,300 mg's dailyy?? sheesshh,,on the supplement forum thread,,they were all agreein to 300 mg twice daily,,,,hmmmmm,,,now im confused,,,,i just took 300 mg's in a single servin today and was waiting for a few more hrs to take another 300mg's,,,is this over kill?? I did feel a lil wierd earlier too after the 300 mg serving.

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