For the anabolic steroid user combating gynecomastia, standard Fareston doses will fall in the 30-60mg per day range and will work very well for most men. If this is not enough protection, while you could try increasing the dose your best bet would be to move to AI use. You will find Fareston works very well in combating gynecomastia due to the use of any testosterone, Dianabol and Anadrol. You will also find it works well with Equipoise and Deca Durabolin. However, as Deca Durabolin is also a progestin, men who are very sensitive to that hormone may need an AI. The same can be said of the Trenbolone hormone. Trenbolone does not aromatize, but it is a progestin. Further, the use of an aromatizing steroid with a compound like Trenbolone can increase the risk of gynecomastia in some men. While many will not need gynecomastia protection due to progestins and will get by with SERM’s to combat aromatase, some sensitive men will need an AI. Regardless, if Fareston works for you it will cover the entire breadth of the cycle from start to finish.
I am really happy I gave this a go and the initial pain and tightness has definitely been worth it. The mental relief alone from not itching like crazy, not worrying about when I can next apply and not having to worry about stinging/burning/heat after moisturising is worth the physical pain ( and I figured I was already in pain anyway.) From what I hear day 2 is when most TSWers will give in. Day 1 you’ll survive, Day 2 and 3 are ridiculously hard and then it only gets easier from there. My body adjusted and I think given a chance yours will too! I agree that this would be so very hard to try during a flare so probably best to try after somewhat of a break and give it at least a week.
Name: Clomiphene Citrate
CAS NO.: 50-41-9
Discription: White Or Almost White Crystalline Powder
Melting point: -118°C
Half life: 5 to 7 days
Dosage: 25 to 100 mg orally once a day for 5 days
Uses: is a non-steroidal fertility medicine. It causes the pituitary gland to release hormones needed to stimulate ovulation (the release of an egg from the ovary). is used to cause ovulation in women with certain medical conditions (such as polycystic ovary syndrome) that prevent naturally occurring ovulation.
Side effects: Bloating,stomach or pelvic pain,Blurred vision,Hot flashes,decreased or double vision or other vision problems,sensitivity of eyes to light,yellow eyes or skin