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If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention?


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Excerpt: On Tren would I need Caber [email protected] doses under 400mg a week On TRT 150mg and lower would I need as much aromasin as I required before? Do I need to keep estrogen super low like I use to before because Im estrogen sensitive? My gyno was primarily from my youth using gear with out proper knowledge. Post gyno development but presurgery I have been running all gear low with estrogen values kept on the low side to prevent further growth and development of mass, however that comes with its own

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    If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention?

    On Tren would I need Caber [email protected] doses under 400mg a week

    On TRT 150mg and lower would I need as much aromasin as I required before? Do I need to keep estrogen super low like I use to before because Im estrogen sensitive?

    My gyno was primarily from my youth using gear with out proper knowledge.

    Post gyno development but presurgery I have been running all gear low with estrogen values kept on the low side to prevent further growth and development of mass, however that comes with its own set of problems ... bone density, libido, and generally poor state of well being. So i had the surgery have glands to barely nothing as U see in description. So now i want to reduce aromasin a bit with hopes i could avoid those horrid sides that come either low estrogen and low prolactin


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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    I had gyno removed by surgery about 14 years ago.
    I had one instance about 6 years ago where I felt like my nipples were becoming puffy, I was eating crap at the time & not training very much.
    I got some arimidex and that sorted the problem out for me, these days I do more cardio than lifting


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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    Quote Quote posted by KELLERMANN View Post
    I had gyno removed by surgery about 14 years ago.
    I had one instance about 6 years ago where I felt like my nipples were becoming puffy, I was eating crap at the time & not training very much.
    I got some arimidex and that sorted the problem out for me, these days I do more cardio than lifting


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    So you still run testosterone after surgery?


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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    I think it was more, as is common in the obese, that he got fat and had higher estrogen issues.

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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    the only way to determine how much ai you need is to do bloodwork... you can still get elevated estrogen just like you could before, that wont change... you may not develop gyno again but you can still get all the other estrogen related issues and will be just as sensitive to estrogen as you were before...

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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    i agree with dylan, just cause you can't get gyno again doesn't mean it is okay to send your estrogen sky high. you can actually give yourself a stroke if your water weight goes too high cause it strains your heart health
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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    When in doubt... use an AI. It's not like it's crazy expensive

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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    Quote Quote posted by SteveMobsterG View Post
    When in doubt... use an AI. It's not like it's crazy expensive
    I dont want to drop e2 low it sucks as u all know


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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    Lower the usual dose. AI's don't stop ALL E2 vs lowering the levels.

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    Re: If I had Gyno surgery and both glands have been reduced to a platform underneath the areolae how should I treat in terms of future gyno prevention

    On Tren would I need Caber [email protected] doses under 400mg a week
    Yes. 0.25mg EOD

    On TRT 150mg and lower would I need as much aromasin as I required before? Do I need to keep estrogen super low like I use to before because Im estrogen sensitive?
    You probably won't need an AI with low of a dosage of testosterone. The only way to know for sure though is get blood work done when on TRT. See where your estrogen levels are at. If they are high, add in a low dosage of an AI

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