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    akat0ra is offline Junior Member
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    Smile Remove bloat during cycle

    I have done a lot of research but I can't figure this out:

    If you are in the middle of a cycle and you have become very bloated, does a-dex remove the water even though the water already is in the body - or does a-dex only help if you use it from the beginning of the cycle?

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    Yes a-dex with remove/reduce the water
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    The water retention you're experiencing is because of heightened estrogen levels.

    The A-dex acts as an estrogen replacement and fills the holes (receptors) that estrogen usually goes too.

    This way estrogen levels start to decrease because the body thinks the estrogen is already there and it doesnt need anymore, so it stops producing it.

    Since estrogen causes water retention, when one goes down, so should the other. Doesn't matter when you start using.

    Personally a-dex is the worst drug ive ever taken, but hopefully it will work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhl1 View Post
    The water retention you're experiencing is because of heightened estrogen levels.

    The A-dex acts as an estrogen replacement and fills the holes (receptors) that estrogen usually goes too.

    This way estrogen levels start to decrease because the body thinks the estrogen is already there and it doesnt need anymore, so it stops producing it.

    Since estrogen causes water retention, when one goes down, so should the other. Doesn't matter when you start using.

    Personally a-dex is the worst drug ive ever taken, but hopefully it will work for you.
    Adex is an AI, it inhibits the aromatisation of test to estrogen.
    At the low dose you need you should experience little to no sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhl1 View Post
    The water retention you're experiencing is because of heightened estrogen levels.

    The A-dex acts as an estrogen replacement and fills the holes (receptors) that estrogen usually goes too.

    This way estrogen levels start to decrease because the body thinks the estrogen is already there and it doesnt need anymore, so it stops producing it.

    Since estrogen causes water retention, when one goes down, so should the other. Doesn't matter when you start using.

    Personally a-dex is the worst drug ive ever taken, but hopefully it will work for you.
    Why is it the worst drug you've ever taken?

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    Another quick question: Does bloat raise your blood pressure?

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    Yes, bloat can raise your blood pressure.

    Try .25 mg adex ED. Im on that dose and not experiencing any bad sides from Adex. As Lats said, its an aromatase inhibitor (AI) not a serm. It keeps test from aromatasing into estrogen. A serm,such as Nolvadex , will not lower estrogen, but blocks the estrogen receptor.

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