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    Post Take Caber with Nolvadex

    Hi all,

    I'm running:
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    • 10mg Nolvadex ED
    • 0.25mg Arimidex EOD

    Can I take Caber while running Nolvadex ? I've heard something about taking Caber and Nolvadex eliminate each other

    Thanks,

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    I have heard of Nolvadex and Arimidex not working well with each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanpo1e View Post
    I have heard of Nolvadex and Arimidex not working well with each other.
    Nolvadex blocks estrogen from breast tissue and Arimidex (Adex) will lower your estrogen. Yes they work great together...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayer9 View Post
    Nolvadex blocks estrogen from breast tissue and Arimidex (Adex) will lower your estrogen. Yes they work great together...
    What is the need to use both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davimeireles View Post
    What is the need to use both?
    Using 10mg Nolva ED when I see gyno flare ups, puffy nipples etc. Arimidex to control my Estrogen and Caber to control my Prolactin.

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    Nolva and Aden work just fine together, completely different MOA. SERM vs AI.

    One is to prevent binding and the other is after binding has occurred.

    OP, I’ve read nothing to support that caber and Nolva cannot bemused together. They have an affinity for different receptors and do not compete, therefor there should be no “canceling” each other out

    Caber is working on dopamine to lower prolactin and Nolva is working on estrogen. No interference
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