Interesting some are saying eq lowers E. I’ve been running eq for years with test and mostly blasting at over 400 each and usually over 500 pw. I normally run aromasin as an ai because it won’t crash your E and doesn’t affect igf1 from what Ive read. I dropped aromasin for about a month and decided to start back up at 10mg a day. Within 24hrs of the first dose of aromasin I have dropped 3 solid pounds. I weigh in the morning on an empty stomach. I didn’t feel bloated before, and never actually do but I was noticeably holding less water around my abs and waist after only one dose and 24hrs later.
My point is if eq acts as an ai it wasn’t doing a good job. Not sure if my logic is correct. For what it’s worth I never get hormone panels because my dr is great in terms of him being a good dr but is judgemental and would freak if he saw my test was over 1000. One time he told me I didn’t even need test to live and forced me to get a brain mri to put me on test gel with levels under 200. Freaked when my levels got to 1200. Now I self medicate because I don’t need him up my rear over it and test is easy to get and cheap. Used to not be the case for me years ago.
Eq was first designed for human use but was soon made into a vet only drug back in the 60’s. If you could look at the original studies and what it’s human use was used for when it was made for humans that would give you more data as to if it actually reduces E or not. As to my anecdotal evidence and from what I’ve heard it aromatizes to E at less than half the rate of test and probably to something less potent than test would aromatize to. If it did act as an ai that would be news to me. Masteron for example was designed to reduce estrogen in breast cancer patients.