No issues with gyno or anything during cycle or post cycle therapy pct. On the last week of it now. Today I just noticed a small lump about the size of a pea under the nipple on one side. Nipple is a bit tender too. This sounds like gyno sympthoms. The strange thing is that its been 3 months since the end of cycle 2 months since end of post cycle therapy pct , which is queit a delay for gyno.
This appeared after IGF which is not supposed to cause gyno. Any recommendations? I plan to see the doctor in about a week or two if this doesn't go away. Try letro. Originally Posted by jadakiss. Letro is much more suppressive with estrogen and is probably the reason why. Ok thanks letro it is then What are your thoughts on the timing of this?
It's very odd to me that gyno would be experienced 3 months after AAS. Also IGF is not supposed to aromatasize. Doesn't make sense for this to happen now. This is why this game isn't for everyone. With my rants out of the way. Mike when he does get letro how much should he start with? Plus does he need to drop any other Aromatase inhibitor AI he was taken? Im askin since I don't know my damn self.
Solid Snake. Different bodytypes seem to be more sensitive to estrogenic effects or rebound. You may be just sensitive or be exposed to too much enviromnental estrogen perfume, fragrance, plastic. Either way, just run some letro to be safe. Good luck! Originally Posted by Solid Snake. I would think you would drop the other Aromatase inhibitor AI after a few days on letro. Start your letro low at. Stay at that dose until the lump goes away or gets significantly smaller.
Then work your way back down to. I believe 2 weeks of nolva is the next step in order to avoid estrogen rebound. One other question I know if letro doesn't work I hear that surgery is the only other option. My symptoms are very minor. The lump is not visible and only slightly sensitive.
If letro doesn't cure it, is there any harm in not removing the gyno tissue? Originally Posted by marnold Originally Posted by Dbolsmoothie. You absolutely dot have to get surgery. There will just be a build up of tissue there so when you get in the single digit body fat numbers, it will be visibly less appealing in the physique.
I have used letro in the past and it is very effective. Personally, I stick with 1. As an update - used Aromasin for a few days while waiting for Letro. Even with Aromasin alone I feel my nipple is slightly less sensative. Lump has not grown anymore Starting Letro today. One concern I have is the "dry" factor.
My frame wasn't meant to carry a lot of muscle but i force it to anyway. I am worried that letro will prevent healing or make it worse. I was thinking of throwing in some IGF lr3 in a couple of weeks when things start drying out for injury healing. Is it ok to run a high dose of letro while on a low-moderate dose of igf lr3? If they start to ache badly don't push too much weight on squats etc until you are off letro.
Originally Posted by Wheatmonallstar I slowly ramped up my dosage my increasing by. I did this up until i reached 2mg per day. I feel like I have a really bad hangover 24 hrs a day. I'm always tired from it, but if I take caffeine I get even more dizzy. At times I am near vomitting or passing out from the head spins. Plus the emotions of a 12 yr old girl. No way I can handle 2.
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This kind of observation should be confirmed by the physician. They are almost benign and because of exposure to the maternal hormones in the womb. These lumps and the enlarged breasts in baby might be noticeable at birth. They can also continue to grow after birth for a period of time. If they are pinched, some real breast milk might be expressed.
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They get a small swelling under one or even both nipples and it might sometimes feel tenderer or even sore. The main symptom that is exhibited by breast cancer in men is a lump that is found in the breast. The nipple or even the skin might also be affected. See the doctor if you have a breast lump or any other indicated symptoms that appears to worry you. Localized Infection When a piercing acts up, it is usually assumed that it has an infection.
But, not everything that is wrong with a piercing is to be taken as an infection. When piercings are done and cared for according to the accepted practice, then an infection invasion of disease-causing microorganisms which have a detrimental effect is not prevalent as said. Other complications, like irritation, bump under the nipple, are far common; but, when any piercing is infected, it needs prompt care.
If left untreated, then an infection might worsen to be very dangerous and life-threatening. Many minor infections are successfully self-treated. If the condition is recent and you do not take steroids or even have a chronic illness or any other health condition, then you can try the suggestions that are listed below for some days. Several products for the purpose are available in drugstores.
If the piercing is visible to the public, then show it to a pharmacist and then ask for his suggestion on the better over-the-counter product or whether he thinks you require to see a doctor immediately. Some of the redness and tenderness are normal in the fresh piercings, more especially during the first few weeks.
While the type of product is not usually suggested for an aftercare, this is the period of time to put it to use. The topical antibiotic products normally have bacitracin or polymyxin B, alone or in combination, so as to fight several types of microorganisms. Combinations of all the ingredients work against a broader spectrum of bacteria, but the allergic reactions to the neomycin are very common. Stop using the antibiotic if you start noticing some redness or skin eruptions that are surrounding the area, and consult the doctor.
For topical treatment of the localized piercing infections, a cream known as Bactroban mupirocin antibiotic, found only by prescription is said to an effective medication. One concern I have is the "dry" factor. My frame wasn't meant to carry a lot of muscle but i force it to anyway. I am worried that letro will prevent healing or make it worse.
I was thinking of throwing in some IGF lr3 in a couple of weeks when things start drying out for injury healing. Is it ok to run a high dose of letro while on a low-moderate dose of igf lr3? If they start to ache badly don't push too much weight on squats etc until you are off letro. Originally Posted by Wheatmonallstar I slowly ramped up my dosage my increasing by. I did this up until i reached 2mg per day. I feel like I have a really bad hangover 24 hrs a day. I'm always tired from it, but if I take caffeine I get even more dizzy.
At times I am near vomitting or passing out from the head spins. Plus the emotions of a 12 yr old girl. No way I can handle 2. But I am debating whether to even stay at 2mg. Should I reduce my dose? This stuff may be to strong for me at that high a dose. The gyno has gone down a little and nipple is no longer sensitive Could still get rid of the gyno at a lower dose? Maybe 1 or 1. Also how long should I stay on letro if the gyno doesn't go away completely?
In other words, at what point would you consider untreatable? I dropped my letro dose to 1. Still feel like I have a bad hangover. I have to turn my head very slowly or the room starts spinning. Should I consider dropping my dose to 1mg or stick with 1.
I am worried if I go too low a dose I will kill the estrogen but not get ride of the gyno. Hey where did you get your letro from? I'm just over a week into RUI letro at 1. From manpower research supply. Mine is in pill form. The side effects I'm experiencing seem to be in line with side effects listed for letro. Maybe I am still filling the side effects from the 2mg dose. I did only switch back to 1. Anyone have suggestions what I should do?
I dot rid of mine with tamox with the same story u had, u can run letro and tamox, tamox does the job of removing the shit under the tissue. Some may disagree but I got rid of it with tamox. I plan to continue at this dose for about a week then up it to 1.
I think my body just doesn't react too well to this stuff. Don't mind some sides but not to the point I can't work or gym. Never heard of tamox. I'll have to look into this. I will probably add if letro doesn't start clearing the gyno soon. It really hasn't changed much in size, slight decrease. Although its only been just over a 1 week since I started letro.
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All times are GMT The time now is PM. Help Remember Me? I know letro is an Aromatase inhibitor AI. Any reason why I should take letro over aromasin for my condition? Since I have the three named products above on hand I would prefer to try one that I have rather then wait for a shipment of something. If you think it will help.