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    High E2 and Growth Plates

    Assuming a 16 week cycle of Test E 500 (250 E3D) was started and for the first 3 full weeks, no AI was taken. Symptoms of high E2 were present. AI was started week 4 and taken until the end of the cycle. Would those 3 weeks of high E2 be enough to fuse growth plates?

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    Hold old are you? Are you a male?

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    20, male. My height increased last year by about an inch at the age of 19.

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    It sounds like you believe that the fusion of growth plate happens secondary to high E2, and that it doesn't happen in other circumstances such as:
    * high levels of androgens in the blood
    * lifting heavy weights frequently

    Why are you so fixated on estrogen's role in this?

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    Based on what I've read, estrogen is the primary signal used by the body to assess your growth. A spike in estrogen leads to the closure of growth plates.

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    You're 20 now, you're tall enough.

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