john1621

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  1. Detectable for 2 weeks on drug test, but dont know HPTA reaction rebound time.... If she measure LH FSH, youre screwed. Better to stay on 50 mg proviron a day.
  2. Generational decline in men's testosterone levels So, hold on, let me get this straight, you studied testosterone in men over the last 30 yrs and there has been a huge drop overall, disturbingly so. Who knows what it was 30 yrs prior but there is limited studies suggesting it was much higher. So, then, you create a new range representing today's low testosterone male? How much sense does that make?? Dr. J
  3. Low testosterone can cause breast cancer. https://bmccancer.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2407-10-547
  4. The prolactin and testosterone relationship Testosterone and dopamine are somewhat friendly towards each other – if dopamine is elevated, T generally follows suit. However, Testosterone works antagonistically with estrogen and PRL– if these are elevated then T levels decrease. PRL inhibits the release of a hormone called gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) which is released from the hypothalamus. This hormone directly stimulates the Leydig cells of the testes to produce testosterone. So if GnRH is inhibited by PRL, testosterone will suffer. High prolactin levels have been found to lower testosterone levels – and this can cause a drop in your libido as well as symptoms of erectile dysfunction. It can also cause gynecomastia – an increase in breast-like tissue. If you think that the female hormone estrogen stimulates PRL, then ‘man breasts’ makes sense as a consequence.
  5. Because his problem is prolactin...run the blood test for this and Rx with cabergoline
  6. You need some estrogen to grow! Just keep it under blood level of 45. The hormonal status of a steroid user is very important. Not only in aspect of anabolism, but other significant parameters as well. The correct balance between androgens and estrogens play a crucial role. Aromatization is a process taking place in certain tissues, such as adipose tissue, liver, brain and mammary gland. The aromatase enzyme is responsible for this process. The more estrogenic a steroid is, the more profound of an anabolic effect it will have. Oxymetholone and methandrostenolone/methandienone are among two 17 alkylated orals that posses high estrogenic activity, meaning beta estradiol (E2) serum levels increase. In order to prevent the side effects of aromatization (water retention and fat storage), we commonly use either SERM’s (tamoxifen, clomiphen) that act locally in the tissue receptors. The more potent aromatase inhibitors, who have the ability to crush on estrogens not only locally, but also anywhere else. Occasionally, synthetic forms of dihydroxytestosterone (mesterolone, drostanolone) are also used in order to enhance anti-estrogenic effect. Aromatase inhibitors have the ability to block aromatase enzyme, unlike Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators that occupy the estrogen receptors instead. Aromatase inhibitors were manufactured in the last two decades, in order to treat breast cancer. As well known, estrogens increase dramatically in that kind of tumor. Usually bodybuilders prefer aromatase inhibitors during a pre contest preparation. The reason is that they are extremely effective. However, each coin has two sides; cutting down dramatically the levels of estrogens has a cost to the athlete. First of all, estrogens play a significant role in muscle growth. IGF1 is a peptide responsible for anabolism and cartilage growth. Somatomedin C levels decrease as potent anti-estrogens are used. Insulin Growth Factor 1 is synthesized in liver parenchyme. Menopausal women who undergo a treatment with estrogens had a greater response to the anabolic hormones somatotropin and somatomedin C.This was demonstrated when menopause women had exercise prior and post the estrogenic therapy. Estrogens cause water retention and fat storage. Water retention in muscle tissue is very important, since a molecule of glycogen requires the presence of water molecule in order to be synthesized. As a result, the stronger anti-estrogenic agents we use, the lesser glycogen storage we will have. This of course has a tremendous cost on muscle endurance and strength as well. ATP-CP for anaerobic oxidation of glucose requires the existence of muscle glycogen as well. Estrogens and serotonin also are directly related. It has been estimated that aromatase inhibitor users suffer from mood disorders, mood swings, being emotionally unstable and occasionally have symptoms of melancholy, or even depression. It is also known that methandrostenolone/methandienone (D-bol) users can become addicted to the euphoric effect it has upon the users psychology. This is due to the fact that estrogen give you the feeling of well being. Lack of estrogen may affect mood and emotional stability in general. Menopausal women seem to have mood swings and be rather unstable to their emotional status. As a result, a similar brain chemistry would affect a male bodybuilder. Estrogens also are an important factor for a proper libido too. Aromatase inhibitors such as exemestane, letrozol and anastrozol have a negative impact on sexual drive during a steroid cycle. While it seems that testosterone is the main reason for an enhanced libido, the truth is far from it. Female hormones, estrogens, play a significant role on a male’s libido too. This was experimentally demonstrated by two groups of men who were under testosterone treatment, while another group took testosterone and an anti-estrogenic agent. The final conclusion was that men who did not used the anti-estrogenic treatment, had an improved sexual drive. Consequently, it becomes obvious that lower than optimal levels can lead to depression, osteoporosis and lack of sexual interest. Of course after a typical PCT, the use of both is critical in order estrogens to get lower, when we stop using SERM’s. Lower estrogens will then give a signal to hypothalamus for GnRH release. Finally, estrogens make androgen receptors more effective. That was proven by physicians who castrated rats. The result was a dramatic increase of estrogens, as androgens were no longer existing. Afterwords, they provided the highly anabolic-androgenic 17 alkylated per oss AAS, methyltrienolone (M3). Scientists observed soon after, that the bonding between M3 and the androgenic receptors, was 500% stronger. This explains how important estrogens are for the effect of the steroid molecule attachment into their receptors surface. From a biochemical point of view, as a medical examiner, I know well that estrogens improve the atheromatic index and the ratio between liver lipoproteins (HDL/LDL). It is well known that women are protected from CVD due to the presence of estrogens, while men are more vulnerable to CVD due to androgens. The correlation between estrogens and atherogenesis, is linked with oxidation of lipoproteins HDL&LDL. It seems that estrogens do have an anti-oxidant effect on the oxidation of those fractures. As a result, LDL is decreased, while HDL is elevated. This is showed up clearly on menopause women who have a different lipid profile (HDL/LDL), rather prior to their new hormonal status. Lipid Stabil by Molecular Nutrition is a product that contains phytosterols. These elements are estrogenic components and have the ability to improve the atheromatic index. In other words, estrogens help to maintain a healthier cardiovascular profile. This is why SERM’s have the unique ability to improve HDL/LDL ratio, since they act selectively estrogenically in liver tissue. Moreover, estrogens have the ability to increase bone mineral density and act against osteropenia/osteoporosis. It is well known that women during menopause have more fragile bones and this is why they utilize more calcium,calciferol (vitamin D3) and lift weights. Furthermore, aromatization and water retention, aid joints and synovial space, by adding more fluid within. Therefore, it is preferable to use estrogenic compounds during the off season time, when heavy loads are lifted in training.
  7. Let's go shopping for a new wardrobe guys!
  8. I have no words. He was a great father an a good man..... very sad.