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    4.5 Years Later - Gyno

    Hey Guys -

    About 4 weeks ago my right nipple became slightly tender (4 out of 10 pain scale) and I felt a lump behind my nipple. Being that I have taken steroids before, I feared that this was Gyno. The tenderness did not go away and the lump was still there so I decided to go to the doctor this morning. My physician referred me to get an ultrasound where the Radiologist confirmed I have gyno in my right nipple.

    This is unfortunate but I believe it is its very early stages b/c my chest looks rather normal for someone my age and I would not have gone to the Doc if it weren't for the slight tenderness and the small lump. I am scheduled for a follow up next week with the doctor to discuss next steps.

    Do you think this is a result of my steroid use from 4.5 years ago or could it be something new that caused this. I have read that Letrozol can help reduce the gyno as well. Has any one had success with that medicine before? I guess I am just looking to prevent this from growing into something noticeable and actually painful. Any advice is appreciated.

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    Welcome to the forum michael. First, read this:

    http://forums.steroid.com/anabolic-s...-reversal.html
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    I've had luck with Ralox 60mg per day for a couple months.
    People also use nolva.

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    I saw that as well but I read that Nalvo was primarily for prevention. Being that I have it already I'm not sure that would reduce it.

    Also, I see a number of supplement websites sell legal, non-prescription versions of Nalvo, and SERMS, PCT, etc.

    Are those worthwhile or are they straight trash? I'm sure my doc will hook me up next week with something but nevertheless I'd like to have a back up plan just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelscott1523 View Post
    I saw that as well but I read that Nalvo was primarily for prevention. Being that I have it already I'm not sure that would reduce it.

    Also, I see a number of supplement websites sell legal, non-prescription versions of Nalvo, and SERMS, PCT, etc.

    Are those worthwhile or are they straight trash? I'm sure my doc will hook me up next week with something but nevertheless I'd like to have a back up plan just in case.
    Rui products has all liquid versions and its good stuff. They have liquid ralox too. (Which seems to be hard to find)

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelscott1523 View Post
    I saw that as well but I read that Nalvo was primarily for prevention. Being that I have it already I'm not sure that would reduce it.

    Also, I see a number of supplement websites sell legal, non-prescription versions of Nalvo, and SERMS, PCT, etc.

    Are those worthwhile or are they straight trash? I'm sure my doc will hook me up next week with something but nevertheless I'd like to have a back up plan just in case.

    The difference between Ralox and Nolva is almost inconsequential when it comes to effectiveness. And don't count on your doc to know how to handle it.
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    some can get gyno never having touched aas. I would say get blood work and check test and estro /e2. do you have high body fat?

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