Simon Forsyth wrote:
So why use them? my thinking is if you only use enough to get past your genetic limit then you wont need them. just asking trying to find rational.
With some searching and reading you would be able to answer this yourself. You should be doing that before messing with gear.
Elevated E can compete with free T (FT) at T receptors. This can dampen the expected effects of the T. The result can include loss of libido. The elevated E can also lead to breast tissue development for some.
If you do not understand these issues, you probably also do not understand PCT. We have seen a few guys do an cycle with no AI or PCT who end up afterwards with long term post-cycle HPTA suppression and killed libido.[/quote]
I have never had a problem with Estrogen, not saying that I am all testosterone but I have found that if I taper off then I am usually fine. I understand that AAS knowledge has increase since the old timers but generally I don’t push it (I honestly think this is more of a money issue more than anything).
I agree that one should have some anti E’s in case but so far I haven’t needed them and was wondering if, besides my genetics, it was because I wasn’t using too much AAS.
For those that would call me a beginner I have done 4 cycles, yeah when I first started out I was an 18 yr old punk kid in the military but since then 7 years have past and I have been on and off the AAS… Starting off small and working my way up is better and I have always use some medical supervision.
I guess when I do my bigger cycle I will find out if I need Anti E’s… I will still taper it because it has worked for me in the past and like they say if it aint broken why fix it.