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Look at the “This is KSman’s opinion about PCT with high dose SERMs and/or hCG” link
Note the other links.
This is KSman’s opinion about PCT with high dose SERMs and/or hCG:
The advice and practices I am now seeing in this forum are horrible. The fact that is has not [yet] crippled some guys is not the determining factor. The issues re high dose hCG and high dose SERMs was resolved here around 8 years ago and that perspective has been lost. More is not better and more can be harmful.
hCG or SERM use during a cycle should stimulating LH receptors at levels that normal LH lab range. If you expose LH receptors to high levels of LH, hCG or LH+hCG then transition to no…
And a companion topic:
Thoughts on Planning PCT
Here are some other links [I do not necessarily agree with the content]:
I am afraid that this might be a rant… first draft.
I see guys investing a huge amount of time, sweat, gear, money and food to optimize their bodies. For some; they feel great, empowered and confident. Some are struggling against negative body image. Some are on a power trip.
Some younger guys seem to have the drive to do heavy training when their supporting T levels and thyroid function are low. Those issues really undermine ones energy levels. When youth and adrenalin drive through training …
First off please don't email me asking for juice connections, I don't have any to give out. I am happy to help people with cycle plans but won't hook you up with a connection. I am not a medical professional, just a dude that knows a lot about juice so take my advice as just that.
So on to the guide...
you wanna learn about juice eh. Well the purpose of this thread is twofold:
There are way too many "this is my first cycle, does this look ok" threads junking up the ster…
[image] DISCLAIMER: I don't personally recommend pro-hormone(PH) use. But it is clear to me that a lot of people don't have access to proper AAS and will turn to pro-hormones. Hopefully this will help them use these drugs in a safe and effective manner.
The usual stuff:
You should be at least 21. No sense messing up your endocrine system, seeing as for all intents and purposes, PH's are steroids.
You should have training and nutrition under your belt. Like AAS, these compounds are NOT a mag…
What is Gyno?
Gynecomastia, or gynaecomastia, is the development of abnormally large mammary glands in males resulting in breast enlargement, which can sometimes cause secretion of milk. The term comes from the Greek gyne (stem gynaik-) meaning "woman" and mastos meaning "breast".
The condition can occur physiologically in neonates (due to female hormones from the mother), in adolescence, and in the elderly. In adolescent boys the condition is often a source of distress, but for the large m…
Just starting a thread so the definitive test taper (a.k.a. stasis/taper) can be posted. Please do not debate the theory here. Keep this purely a repository of taper protocols.
Prisoner's original protocol?
Prisoner later mentioned adding in AI or SERM use?
Prisoner mentioned being able to taper other AAS besides just test? (Something about masteron comes to mind).
Bushy mentioned adding peptides?
Anything outside of the above "standard" protocols?
With The Steroid Newbie thread already pretty big I decided to make one just about Syringes & Needles & Injection.
For many of you, this is common knowledge, but I'm sure that some of you still have a few questions about this subject. If you are new to steroids, this FAQ should answer your injection questions. We will start from the very beginning.......
1cc = 1ml
Gauge: The smaller the gauge, the thicker the needle. An 18g is much thicker than a 22g.
Length: Generally 1.5" or 1" for our…
In reading through posts here recently, a couple things keep popping up at me, and i hope this will be worthwhile to others in planning PCT....
-Clomid has been shown clinically to decrease in the LH response to LHRH, whereas none of the other SERMs have. this means, that one would prefer another SERM over clomid, unless they are not available, or you've experienced an adverse reaction to them. (EDIT-further reading on this shows that this is an issue with megadoses of clomid, and not a norm…