Testosterone Side Effects?

Hi everyone, I recently started taking testosterone and I did a little bit of research on it before i took it. I read that one of the side effects is ‘gynocomastia’ aka bitch tit etc. well turns out that I�??m beginning to feel sensitiveness on my nipples and i once had gynocomastia before but i had it surgically removed. I�??m just afraid of getting it again and I�??m not sure if i should just stop taking test… Or what? Anyone??

thanks alot dude! that was good info. Should i take both anastrazole and letrozole or just one? how do you take them, injection or oral? and how am i supposed to know when and how much i should intake?

Holy fenoly, dude. Instead of asking, do some research. The questions you asked have been answered a thousand times, on this site alone. Bushy must’ve been in a generous mood. Read the first thread of this section. Then read it again. Your question is answered in there, and in hundreds of threads in this site.

Yeah bushidobadboy gave me some real helpful info and thats really cool of him. Thanks guys!

[quote]bushidobadboy wrote:
You wern’t kidding when you said you had done a “little” bit of research, were you.

OK, so I’m gonna do my best to help you out.

Testosterone (T) does not directly cause gyno. What happens is that a particular enzyme converts converts a proportion of T in the male body into estrogen (E) ecause some E is neded for correct physiological functioning of the human body.

However when you increase the amount of T in your body, the enzymes will therefore convert/produce more E.

The E binds to receprots in breast tissue,causing them to develop into lumps or ‘budding breasts’.

Some people are much mre prone to gyno, but EVERYBODY who uses test should have on hand, some means of preventing gyno.

There are essentially 2 ways of doing this.

The best way (in my opinion) is to stop the enzymatic conversion of T into E. this requires an AI (aromatase inhibitor) like anastrazole (AKA arimidex), or letrozole (femara).

The second option is to use a SERM (selective estrogen receptor modulator) which binds to the E receptor in breast tissue with greater afinity than E, therfore the breast-enhancing action of E cannot take place.

However the AI method has other advantages over the SERM method in that it stops E production, therefore stops all the nasty sides caused by elevated E, like bloating, etc.

chemoneresearch.com sell all these things, because they are legal.

Hope this helps.


Not legal in Canada but if he managed to get Test, hopefully he can acquire an AI…Good answer though, Bushy…looks like the X-mas spirit is living on for bit longer…hehe

are you in canada? do you know where i can get some of that other stuff?

No probs at all getting chemones stuff into canada.

[quote]LillGuy001 wrote:
No probs at all getting chemones stuff into canada.[/quote]

Really? I had heard different even though Customs has AI’s on the list allowing importation of a 3 month supply. Of course, that’s from a pharmaceutical company but good to know of your success…I always assume Customs will do what they feel like even though the rules say otherwise.