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    Question Need help.

    What are these anti E's? Can anyone give me some info on them? I cant find anything about them in the profiles section??

    femara and aromasin


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    Thanx....

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    go to the search button (top right) and enter it, ull find PLENTY of good info

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    Aromasin = Exemestane, used for breast cancer treatment

    Femara = Letrozole , used also for treatment of breast cancer

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    I dont know all the technical mumbo jumbo on anti Es but can i give you a little info on them. from what i understand they are estrogen antagonist. Mainly the biggest reason to use anti e's is to prevent gyno but im just a newbie to gear so if you want a definate answer wait till a mod or vet replies but I thought i would tell you what i know so you could just get an idea about anti es

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    crap i just noticed that you were asking about femara and aromasin and not just about anti es in general, and i thougt i was going to be half way smart and half way answer a question. o well maybe next time.

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    Anti-e s such as nolvadex , armidex, liquidex, femara, letrozole , aromasin , clomid, etc., are used to counteract many estrogenic effects that often occur during steroid use . They are also used to normalize testosterone levels when anabolics are discontinued. Most cycles require anti-e supplementation especially if testosterone is used. Make sure your have ALL your anti-e s BEFORE starting any cycle.

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