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    Prami dose with Tren

    Currently trying tren ace for the first time at 350mg/week with 300 mg of cyp per week. I've seen recommendations of starting Prami at .5mg ed and working up to 1 mg a day. Is the Prami dose based on the tren dose or is 1 mg the standard dose regardless of how much tren is being taken?

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    I have been fortunate and been fine running only liquidex with tren .
    I have read a lot of people have problems with prami.
    Some people cant deal with it. I bought some then researched it and. Ever used it due
    to negative feedback. FYI

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    Its a standard dose protocol but like Cape said, Prami can have some shytty sides of its own for some. I always prefer to use Caber and either way I would keep them on hand and not use unless I had to. Its a matter Of keeping estrogen in check by using a proper AI. Do this and prolactin control should not be necessary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Currently trying tren ace for the first time at 350mg/week with 300 mg of cyp per week. I've seen recommendations of starting Prami at .5mg ed and working up to 1 mg a day. Is the Prami dose based on the tren dose or is 1 mg the standard dose regardless of how much tren is being taken?
    If you control your estrogen and you won't have issues or the need for prami/caber. However, its wise to keep prami/caber on hand.

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    Prami gives the the shittiest sleep ever even at .25 mg ED. Not worth it for me. I ditched it after a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyKnox View Post
    If you control your estrogen and you won't have issues or the need for prami/caber. However, its wise to keep prami/caber on hand.
    I definitely agree. I never have problems getting to sleep or with night sweets on tren (700mg/week) unless I take prami before bed. It doesn't make me nauseous at all though like some have said. Just control your estrogen and keep the prami on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyKnox View Post
    If you control your estrogen and you won't have issues or the need for prami/caber. However, its wise to keep prami/caber on hand.
    x2..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironbeck
    x2..
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    Quote Originally Posted by christian123 View Post
    x3...
    Agreed fellas.

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    Thanks guys. I tend to err on the side of safety when dealing with estro and gyno. I've never had a problem with it and don't want too. If controlling estro will control prolactin then it makes me feel better to not have to use prami except if needed.

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    bump,, this is weird i love caber . but my coverage doesnt covered it any more. so i decided to get prami, but now im thinking of letting it collect dust. caber boosted my sex driver, i slept better and any anxiety i had was gone. seems for most the sides are horrible and for a few they say its so amazing, kinda like how i feel on dosinex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mockery View Post
    bump,, this is weird i love caber . but my coverage doesnt covered it any more. so i decided to get prami, but now im thinking of letting it collect dust. caber boosted my sex driver, i slept better and any anxiety i had was gone. seems for most the sides are horrible and for a few they say its so amazing, kinda like how i feel on dosinex.
    You just like that Peter North porn star finish you got from Caber

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunk1 View Post
    You just like that Peter North porn star finish you got from Caber
    Thaaaaats why I like it!

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    i thought prami helped with sleep but after 2 hours of google fail, sounds like it makes you not sleep.

    what ever happend to Mr peter north

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    Quote Originally Posted by mockery View Post
    i thought prami helped with sleep but after 2 hours of google fail, sounds like it makes you not sleep.

    what ever happend to Mr peter north
    He lost his Caber connection lol.

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