In another thread, where some 17 year old was adamant about aas cycles, it was mentioned that the cycles would cause his estrogen to shoot up and therefore stop his long bone growth. So, by that logic, would taking an estrogen blocker have the opposite effect and promote bone growth?
I could concievably have fairly high E based on a decent amount of fat over my pecs/nipples depsite a low bodyfat. I’m not looking for a miracle, but it got me thinking. I doubt that I don’t have growth plates. I make millimeterish progress, so they should be there.
Would this work?
Thanks for any insight. (I’m 16 and 5’6" fwiw)