A gram a week is a shitload. May be hard to control sides at that dosage if you are gyno prone. Letro may be your only option as Adex (I assume that is what you are referring to) won’t control aromatization past a certain point. Be careful, as Letro can cut estrogen to near zero levels, which will cause loss of libido and joint pain. Nolva won’t do much for other sides, however. It would help if you were more specific.[/quote]
one more question, when you say adex won’t control aromatization past a certain point, what are we talking about>? at what point does it theoretically quit working? In other words is there a curve where the excess test. goes to waste with the use of adex because it aromatizes. I don’t have Letro, yet. So just wondering.
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Adex will supposedly only cut aromatase activity by about 80% at max dosage, meaning that it is self-limiting in its ability to control E2 (it won’t drive it to zero). I don’t think the test will “go to waste” you may just not be able to reduce E2 to the point where it is optimal.
it’s effective up to 80% what dosage os test. get what Im saying? maybe at 250-500mg test it infact does its 80%, but in my case I’m really starting to wonder at what point that diminishes. I really don’t want this much gear aromatizing. Will letro prevent aromatization or merely just kick the E down hardcore. [/quote]
Letro will kill up to 98% of your E2 by preventing aromatization. This can drive your E2 levels down to the point where they are too low, so you need to be very careful on the dosage and it is not predictable - trial and error is the only way. Aromatization in itself will not affect your total testosterone levels to any great extent. You just want to keep estrogen under control to prevent unpleasant sides.