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    Possible sides of raloxifen 30mg?

    Never been on steroids , but doc diagnosed me with gyno so prescribed me some raloxifen... I'm too scared of taking them because of the hormonal 'change', any experience/advice about raloxifen ? Thanks

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    I've been lucky and have never needed to take a SERM for gyno, but have done a lot of research. Ralox is tolerated well in most people making negative side effects few and far between. The most common being a slight decrease in libido. This side effect is rare because ralox usually increases the test/e2 ratio proportionally. How long have you had gyno? Do you have pain? Are you hypogonadal? Body fat %?
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    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    I've been lucky and have never needed to take a SERM for gyno, but have done a lot of research. Ralox is tolerated well in most people making negative side effects few and far between. The most common being a slight decrease in libido. This side effect is rare because ralox usually increases the test/e2 ratio proportionally. How long have you had gyno? Do you have pain? Are you hypogonadal? Body fat %?
    ive been dealing with gyno for quite some years now.. im 25 years old, the pain come and goes..and the body fat around 22%

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    There's no need to bump your thread especially on Sunday. Someone will get to it in time. When it comes to gyno the sooner one begins SERM treatment the better. Lumps begin in a florid stage and become less responsive to SERMs when they become more fibrous. Reversing gyno using SERMs is a slow process taking anywhere from 3-9 months or longer. Ralox is the safest and most effective treatment before considering surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    I've been lucky and have never needed to take a SERM for gyno, but have done a lot of research. Ralox is tolerated well in most people making negative side effects few and far between. The most common being a slight decrease in libido. This side effect is rare because ralox usually increases the test/e2 ratio proportionally. How long have you had gyno? Do you have pain? Are you hypogonadal? Body fat %?
    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    There's no need to bump your thread especially on Sunday. Someone will get to it in time. When it comes to gyno the sooner one begins SERM treatment the better. Lumps begin in a florid stage and become less responsive to SERMs when they become more fibrous. Reversing gyno using SERMs is a slow process taking anywhere from 3-9 months or longer. Ralox is the safest and most effective treatment before considering surgery.
    I second what numbere said.

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