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    NoYokes is offline Junior Member
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    Letro, how long is too long?

    I am currently taking letro to reverse a small spot of progest gyno on one nipple. I have been following the advise from C Bino, thanks for that great thread.
    But it says if it is not all gone, to do it again, but how long is too long?
    I have been on a 2.5 dose for 2 weeks now and there is still a trace of it.

    Here is the link http://forums.steroid.com/showthread.php?t=236880

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    WARMachine is offline Post Cycle Extraordinaire~GOT PCT?
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    Sounds like id give it another go and if that doesnt work surgery is the only option...

    How was the estrogen rebound? Did you taper properly?

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    NoYokes is offline Junior Member
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    I havent tapered off it yet. I have nolv for the estrogen rebound. I just dont know if there are any problems with taking letro too long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoYokes View Post
    I havent tapered off it yet. I have nolv for the estrogen rebound. I just dont know if there are any problems with taking letro too long?
    My advice would be to stay on at least another 2wks.
    Nolva is ok, but aromasin would a much better option by far.

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    WARMachine is offline Post Cycle Extraordinaire~GOT PCT?
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    ^^ Ditto...

    After that, id call a doctor and see hw much $ its gonna cost you.

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    NoYokes is offline Junior Member
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    if it doesnt go away, it is hardly noticeable now. can i wait to have it done? or is it likely to come back on my next cycle?
    I never felt anything and i have a hairy chest so it was hard to see.
    Hate to have surgery...

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    if your joints start aching start tapering off... If you had it once, you'll get it again... just prepare yourself.. gl

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    Took me over a month, almost two using C_bino's method. But it has disappeared and hasn't re-appeared. And it has been about 5 months. Great freakin thread

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