This is based on some scientific input and also my observations from body composition measurements that I’ve performed. Fat storage that predominates on the hips, buttocks, thighs is a more female fat distribution pattern. Is it because of estrogen. Sherwood’s “Human Physiology 3rd Ed.” indicates this. Brock alsoo says that after lipo, his E levels went down. That would indicate that some E is produced in adipose tissue. From what I could find, estrogen is produced in the andrenal cortex, ovaries and placenta. I just don’t have a source to confirm if estrogen is produced in adipose tissue, but it seems reasonable. Anyway, my point is that if you lower estrogen, you may be able limit further fat development around the hips and buttocks. It may also help you get rid of the fat there, by shifting the hormonal balance in the body to a more male like ratio. So if you block E and continue to overeat, you might be more prone to abdominal fat deposits, but if you block E, train hard and diet hard, it should help get rid of hip and buttock fat. Just speculating. Obviously, adding M to your cutting cylce will either help or do nothing. It will not hinder results. Biotest has the money back guarantee, so give it a shot.