Can someone help me out? How long can someone estrogen remain “out of balance”? Did a test cycle one year ago, 500mg test e a year a go, started ai in week 4, dropped Ai for pct. nolva/clomid pct 40/100 for two weeks and 20/50 for two weeks. I was told to pin my hcg on two shots during pct. what would this do to my estrogen levels? My symptoms are Mostly Mild but include soft erections,cystic acne, anxiety, creaky joints, slight libido change and at times I’m emotional. I thought that my it could be high estero so I took .25 mg of arimidex eod for two weeks, felt a tad bit of relief but I’m convinced it was placebo because they feeling of normalness went away after a few days. Went to the doctor and everything is with in normal range. They won’t test my estro though. The reason why I’m asking is because I want to do another cycle and just restart again. I have not felt normal in a while, but just very subtly. HELP
Stop the cycle now bro, youve only ran it for a week so it wouldn't have damaged your endocrine system too bad. Orals are pretty suppressive so you might want to run a short PCT like a week. Then you need to research more into why you need testosterone such as Test E or C as a base and why you shouldnt run cycles too young, You wont achieve any gains off this cycle bro, everything you gain will come right off when you stop the cycle, even with a good PCT. which is why you should stop now and save yourself the time, effort and money and research more.
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