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    Is it possible for your bodies hormones to be stable when on a cycle? My current cycle is just test e, I'm guessing your body would adapt and create a comfy internal environment with anything you put in it providing it's routined? Thanks

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    No you body doesn't adapt. It shuts offwhat isn't needed due to the injections. Once your test is shut down from the test injection the only thing keeping them stable is the regular every 3.5 day injections. Which in turn increases estrogen production. Which you have to combat with an ai. I think you need a little more research on what actually happens on cycle.
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    I completely understand what happens when on cycle, I hadn't yet come across a questions like this... Your body is adapting as it's shutting down as it doesn't need to produce test, That's your brains choice... Which obviously equals to an imbalance.. So in a way I'm kind of correct It does have to adapt. Yes I understand the aromatisation process. Thanks for filling me in on this!

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    Yes but you asked if hormone levels would be stable. Not by themselves.

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    hormone levels would be stable due to the fact they works on a neg feedback system so cape is correct
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capebuffalo View Post
    Yes but you asked if hormone levels would be stable. Not by themselves.
    I didn't say you were not correct, I just said I was correct (in a way). Again, Thanks for input and thanks for clarifying for me!

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