All speculation and opinion 'till I can review the studies.....
Posted by Another Jeff on March 26, 1997 at 16:17:52:
In Reply to: Re: Hey PA- Could we continue our tribestan discussion please here sir? posted by scottie on March 26, 1997 at 15:52:32:
: I am mere lowly supplicant who cowers in the presence of Lords of Board, and I entreat you to allow me enjoin in your disscusion:
: I and some friends, all AS virgins, have tried Tribestran without any affects whatsoever. Could it be that any LHRH/LH increase is quickly recognized by a healthy HPA feedback mechanism? My local storeowner says that the only person who gets results from tribestan is a customer with low T and low LH. Many of the cited studies involve subjects with deficencies (ie, Beckman's Bias).
: I want things like tribestan, androstene, etc. to work but I am usually disappointed. I think an selective aromatase inhibitor may be the trick to making these work.
: Any comments, tips, suggestions would be humbly appreciated.
Wish I could speak as eloquently as you. Note that
in the fourth para of my post that an increase in
estradiol was also observed. Now combine that with
the theory that in males, this estradiol comes from
the conversion of test to estrogen in the brain and
voila! a potent anti-aromatase inhibitor seems again
very logical. I have also heard that tribestan (if
it works at all) will boost test only as high as
"the high side of normal" sooo your post all makes
perfect sense to me. Thanks for the input.
AJ- Another poor slob trying to learn a thing or two here.
- Re:Just use androstene, it works! no msg. Animal 17:47:11 3/26/97
- Thank you. scottie 16:47:57 3/26/97