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    Gyno 6 months later?

    So it's been at least 6 months since i've been done with PCT... sometimes i'll get light gyno on cycle, and just use adex during or letro in short periods. I was on HCG the whole time too. But this is the 1st time that it's came up, just on one side, so long after a cycle. it's been there about a month now. it's unnoticeable but i can feel it.

    Should I just taper up on some Letro up to 2.5.mg until it goes away then taper back down?

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    Do not use Letro. Use Raloxifene. 60 mg daily until gynecomastia is reversed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    Do not use Letro. Use Raloxifene. 60 mg daily until gynecomastia is reversed.
    I got gyno 6 months after my cycle as well. I have been using Raloxifene 60mg ED and the sensitivity is gone and it's roughly 70% gone after 1.5 months of use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANIMAL View Post
    I got gyno 6 months after my cycle as well. I have been using Raloxifene 60mg ED and the sensitivity is gone and it's roughly 70% gone after 1.5 months of use.
    Awesome, Animal. Thanks for sharing your experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    Do not use Letro. Use Raloxifene. 60 mg daily until gynecomastia is reversed.
    Why not use metro just curious is it because its to harsh?

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    Letro*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon6 View Post
    Why not use metro just curious is it because its to harsh?
    Use Metro all you want, just not Letro!

    on a serious note, Letrozole is the absolute most powerful aromatase inhibitor on the market today. It is not selective. I don't even recommend using it on cycle, much less off cycle. Off cycle would be the absolute worse case scenario as it's likely that 6 months post cycle, his blood levels and hormones have stabilized. Meaning his Estradiol is likely in range or slightly above. Using Letrozole is a surefire way to deplete Estradiol levels to levels that are too low to count. This would render a man useless, fatigued, lethargic and a host of other miserable feelings.

    I'll give you an example. The majority of ill-informed advisors recommend that Letrozole be used at 2 milligrams + on a daily basis. Those doses are beyond astronomical. My E2 was around 42 at one point. I used Letrozole at 100 mcg (Yes, that's Micrograms). I administered this dose for 10 days and I was then bedridden for days. My diet suffered and I lost weight. I could not get the energy to get up for any reason whatsoever. Killing E2 levels is an experience I would not wish on anyone.

    SERMS, are selective in the breast tissue. They have been studied and proven incredibly effective in gynecomastia reversal. Even pubertal gynecomastia. They also stimulate natural testosterone production which aids in a balance so that you don't deplete your E2 levels drastically. Raloxifene is the leader in this category and quickly followed by Tamoxifen . There is never, ever a reason to use Letrozole.
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    [QUOTE=austinite;6645545]Use Metro all you want, just not Letro!

    on a serious note, Letrozole is the absolute most powerful aromatase inhibitor on the market today. It is not selective. I don't even recommend using it on cycle, much less off cycle. Off cycle would be the absolute worse case scenario as it's likely that 6 months post cycle, his blood levels and hormones have stabilized. Meaning his Estradiol is likely in range or slightly above. Using Letrozole is a surefire way to deplete Estradiol levels to levels that are too low to count. This would render a man useless, fatigued, lethargic and a host of other miserable feelings.

    I'll give you an example. The majority of ill-informed advisors recommend that Letrozole be used at 2 milligrams + on a daily basis. Those doses are beyond astronomical. My E2 was around 42 at one point. I used Letrozole at 100 mcg (Yes, that's Micrograms). I administered this dose for 10 days and I was then bedridden for days. My diet suffered and I lost weight. I could not get the energy to get up for any reason whatsoever. Killing E2 levels is an experience I would not wish on anyone.

    SERMS, are selective in the breast tissue. They have been studied and proven incredibly effective in gynecomastia reversal. Even pubertal gynecomastia. They also stimulate natural testosterone production which aids in a balance so that you don't deplete your E2 levels drastically. Raloxifene is the leader in this category and quickly followed by Tamoxifen . There is never, ever a reason to use Letrozole.[/QUOTE

    Got it use metro not metro lol. Thank you for the detailed post

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