the letro is now a reactive measure for the sides he developed…taking it during cycle would be proactive and the best, but it’s too late for him now. the cycle is over.
he’s going to be taking the letro to combat his gyno…not for recovery. did you read the original post or anything else? he already did his PCT and now probably has E rebound gyno. there’s nothing wrong with reactively attempting to alleviate sides before going to the doc. what would bloodwork do in this case? nothing. he’s not concerned about recovery…only dealing with the gyno that developed after his PCT.
Well, What makes you a doctor? You don’t need bloodwork, Would like to see a list of all the ones who believe that and didn,t make it? I been in this game of BB for 28 years, and saw a few of my friends buried, because of ignorance. The only reason I tell you this, because I went through it, and survived.
If you are truely concern about gyno, you take it when you are on your cycle, novadex is the only thing I would recommend on PCT. Letro will remove it next time he does a cycle, if it dosen’t, well he probally needs surgery. Of course, I am not a doctor, which I would recommend for him to see. [/quote]
once again, this post is not contributing anything.
he should have been proactive but wasn’t…so saying taking it on cycle as a preventative measure is a mute point and adds zero value for the OP. do you get that? he already has the gyno…what good is saying “you should have been taking it on cycle” doing for him? contribute advice that helps the poster.
of course i’m not a doctor and never claimed to be. i still don’t see where bloodwork would be of any value for this particular circumstance. is bloodwork valuable? yes! but what good is it for THIS CASE? and besides, how many doctors are in tune and up to date and open minded about this topic? not many.
most long standing users who have put some time in to learn the theorectical and practical about AAS probably are on par with the average physician on the subject, when it comes to pertinent knowledge. the doc is not a bad option, and should be the only option for serious sides, but it is not the ONLY option for this case.
i personally don’t care how long you’ve been in the “game” especially when you can’t even read a post, understand it, and contribute something meaningful from your long and storied bodybuilding experience. your wealth of knowledge simply didn’t come through and all i did was try to clarify to you what the poster was asking for.
being in the “game” for such and such years doesn’t give you a get out of jail free card when you pass shit advice…which your posts above don’t really classify as advice, more like off topic advice, and almost fatherly scolding which clouded up the thread.
the whole going to the doctor thing is not ill advised. on the flip side, running a gyno reversal protocol with, letro, not nolvadex, is not a horrible idea. it has worked for many people and if he can live with the knowledge the glands are there, and to be proactive in side prevention from here on, why rush to the doctor if he can limit the problem himself.
i did not flame or insult you in previous posts, but please learn to read and interpret the written language before giving advice so as to remain on topic.