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    petemitchell30 is offline Associate Member
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    E2 is high, but feel better at this number.

    Just got my E2 tested. I feel great, but oddly enough, my e2 was a little high, 48 (range 8-35). However, I feel great, and when I take more arimidex than that, I have a hard time getting wood...and my libido sucks.

    48 isn't nearly high enough for me to have to worry about gyno is it?? I feel great around there, is this ok or do I need to bump up arimidex anyway?

    Thoughts?

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    balin is offline Junior Member
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    Do you have any symptoms of gyno? If not I wouldn't worry about it. You levels may be what is best for you. It is an individual thing. Some guys do not feel better at higher doses of T and feel better in the mid range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petemitchell30 View Post
    Just got my E2 tested. I feel great, but oddly enough, my e2 was a little high, 48 (range 8-35). However, I feel great, and when I take more arimidex than that, I have a hard time getting wood...and my libido sucks.

    48 isn't nearly high enough for me to have to worry about gyno is it?? I feel great around there, is this ok or do I need to bump up arimidex anyway?

    Thoughts?
    Was that sensitive E2? If your feeling good I'd keep it where it is.

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    petemitchell30 is offline Associate Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzarro View Post
    Was that sensitive E2? If your feeling good I'd keep it where it is.
    it was the sensitive E2.....and I have no symptoms of gyno. I was under the impression gyno related stuff started occurring at a much higher level than mine..??

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