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    Can you get gyno symptoms after PCT?

    I know, weird question but I finished my PCT over a month ago and I'm now noticing that my left nipple has a minor bump underneath and is slightly sensitive.

    It's not severe or anything - I've definitely had worse puffiness/sensitivity on cycle, but it's just bizarre to me since it seemed all those sides went away after I finished my cycle and went on PCT.

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    If estrogen is winning the battle at you mammary gland yes you can get gyno

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bio-Active View Post
    If estrogen is winning the battle at you mammary gland yes you can get gyno
    So what should I do since clearly I donít want it to get worse?

    I figured nolva is out of the question since Iíve already ran PCT, but I dunno...

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    you can absolutely run Nolva or Ralox off cycle . you should be getting blood work done soon anyways , check your E2. if its elevated a little bit of Letro along with Nolva will do the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    you can absolutely run Nolva or Ralox off cycle . you should be getting blood work done soon anyways , check your E2. if its elevated a little bit of Letro along with Nolva will do the trick
    Would Nolva and Adex be sufficient?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coffeehead View Post
    Would Nolva and Adex be sufficient?
    Yes...
    I would you rather use Adex or Aromasin over Letro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    you can absolutely run Nolva or Ralox off cycle . you should be getting blood work done soon anyways , check your E2. if its elevated a little bit of Letro along with Nolva will do the trick
    Quote Originally Posted by The Deadlifting Dog View Post
    Yes...
    I would you rather use Adex or Aromasin over Letro.
    Alright gents, honest question here. If I'm already 5 weeks completed with PCT, wouldn't adding Nolva and Adex into my system effect my bloodwork that I was planning to take in another few weeks? If I take them, will I have to wait even longer to get an accurate read on my bloodwork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coffeehead View Post
    Alright gents, honest question here. If I'm already 5 weeks completed with PCT, wouldn't adding Nolva and Adex into my system effect my bloodwork that I was planning to take in another few weeks? If I take them, will I have to wait even longer to get an accurate read on my bloodwork?
    BUMP. Hoping for some help on my question above. Was curious if Nolva and an AI would screw up my post-PCT BW if I choose to use them now to knock out some minor gyno symptoms. Was planning to get my BW in 3 weeks.

    Thx.

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    getting gyno taken care of and gone is more important at this point . get that done and then put the blood work off a couple more weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    getting gyno taken care of and gone is more important at this point . get that done and then put the blood work off a couple more weeks
    Agreed and I will address the gyno issue first, but I was more concerned to know if it will screw up my BW.

    Just needed someone to confirm this so I don't get BW done too soon again.

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