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Thread: Reoccurring Gyno, Despite Taking Ralox and Nolva? HELP

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    mhswhite500 is offline Junior Member
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    Reoccurring Gyno, Despite Taking Ralox and Nolva? HELP

    Hey, guys.

    5 years ago, I was running gear. Nothing too crazy, in my opinion. I was running test prop and var, and I had run that prior years, too.

    I always used aromasin and HCG on cycle, and I always cycled off with the standard clomid and nolva. I never had a gyno issue.

    Iíve been off all gear since then.

    However, earlier this year, I noticed that I had a flare up of what appeared to be gyno under my left nipple. No discharge was there, but a decent lump was.

    I got an ultra sound, and they ruled out anything serious. My doc wanted me to go to a general surgeon to get it checked.

    Naturally, the surgeon wanted to cut it out, but I wanted to try nolva and Ralox to see if it would go away before I got diced.

    Sure enough, I followed Austiniteís gyno reversal protocol, and literally, within days, the lump started shrinking. Within a month, it was like 90% gone.

    Problem solved? Not quite...

    I stopped using the serms, and I thought that I was in the clear, but several weeks later, it came back!

    So, I used the same procedure, and it went away.

    Again, I thought I was good, but it came back again!

    Now, Iím going back and forth with this.

    Iím wondering if any pros or vets here could chime in with their input or suggestions?

    I really donít want to be taking Ralox and nolva all of the time, but I understand if thereís damage here.

    Thank you for reading.

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    Have you had bloodwork done? Doc should do blood work before considering cutting on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    Have you had bloodwork done?
    This. What's your fat percentage and estrogen levels?

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    This is not right, especially since it keeps coming back. This needs blood work done by your doctor because there is definitly a hormone imbalance here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    Have you had bloodwork done? Doc should do blood work before considering cutting on you.
    Or pull your own blood work, e2 sensitive at the minimum.

    And as OP implied, when you go to a surgeon, expect them to want to cut first and ask questions later. It's not quite that bad, but it probably isn't far off. Can't blame them, though, everybody has to eat.

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