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    Long vs short esters

    Hey guys, when it the goal is to bulk he is anyone found there to be a difference between long vs short eateries for example enanthate vs prop, some say prop doesn't make you bloat as bad. But if the doses is sufficient and caloric intake on point would someone yield more results from one test to another

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    The advantage of long estered steroids is that the injections are less frequent and the cost is usually cheaper.

    The advantage of the short estered steroid is that it begins to "work" quicker and you are on and off sooner allowing for shorter refractory time. This allows for more cycles to be run in a shorter amount of time.

    Other than this there is no difference. The ester is cleved off and the test in your system is the same. Bloat is caused by outside factors such as estro and diet!

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    I would have to agree bloat can be very easily controlled with diet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lunk1 View Post
    The advantage of long estered steroids is that the injections are less frequent and the cost is usually cheaper.

    The advantage of the short estered steroid is that it begins to "work" quicker and you are on and off sooner allowing for shorter refractory time. This allows for more cycles to be run in a shorter amount of time.

    Other than this there is no difference. The ester is cleved off and the test in your system is the same. Bloat is caused by outside factors such as estro and diet!

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    I agree with responses above.

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