It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here. But something is eating me up ide like some opinions.
I’ve been planing a cycle for quite some time now. Just a basic test cycle in early May however an injury in my L5/S1 a short time before that has postponed my cycle.
Now to the point. I’ve began to realy notice some prospective gyno going on from the Prohormone cycle I ran back in February. (Please no judgement I’m not afraid of needles i just had them left over from deployment when they were still legal to purchase online) it’s been over 4 months and I only just started noticing the gyno about a month ago. I ran clomid 100/50/50/50
My left nip has a quarter size lump behind it and the right slightly smaller. No fatty tissue, just feels almost like a small bouncy ball you would get out of a quarter machine as a kid. And it makes my nips cone shaped and visible from outside my tshirt.
I have now recovered sufficiently from my bulged disk, and I am ready to run my test cycle. However as luck would have it, my previous resource is no longer available.
I was planning on running letro for a few weeks before the cycle to stabilize in my blood and then start pinning. In a pyramid formation. For ex.
2.5*** for a few days.
***** start pinning
And continue at .25 E3D throughout cycle.
Now here’s the zinger…
I want to nip this shit in the…well nip… haha
Chances are it is going to take me a while to to find a reliable source. How long should I wait before I say fuck it and just order some letro…
This is where I really need help.
A. Is my gyno too far fucked to fix
B. should I not be too worried about it: it might work itself out in time.
C. Will running aggressive letro on cycle help calm it down and any other associated sides from the gear.
D. If I can’t find a reliable source for gear in the near future would it be wise to try the old letro trick by itself?
*** i just don’t want my dick to not work, but fuck it if it will fux my problem
Gentalman thank you for taking the time to read this.
Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.