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    Progesterone Control

    Progesterone Control

    Drugs to help with Progesteron Control:

    Lilopristone, Onapristone: These are progesterone blockers also, said to be safer and possibly more effective than RU-486 when it comes to progesterone blocking. They were developed after RU-486 in an attempt to make more effective, less harsh drugs to block progesterone.

    Dostinex (Cabergoline), Bromo (Bromocriptine), B-6 : These are used for deca/tren gyno sides. This type of gyno is related to progesterone and its receptors. tren/deca may act on the progesterone receptor, as they are progestins, and may increase prolactin in the blood (causing lactating). These drugs stop production of prolactin at the pituitary gland. Controlling estrogen levels with an AI also helps here, as progestins themsleves haven't been proven to cause gyno.

    RU-486 (Mifepristone - abortion pill) : This drug has the ability to block estrogen, progesterone AND cortisol. It may or may not be very well tolerated, but I would like to find out more about it, as it is used in the bodybuilding world. In PCT it is used to block cortisol and progesterone. A powerful drug that may turn out to be a good choice, but i need more evidence and feedback from experience useing RU-486. Check out this thread i have going if you would like to learn more about it :

    I can`t find any info easy to read about Pramipexole that is related with the Progesterone control please be free to post any info if you had any.

    Vit B6- also I was told by a Vet here the Vit B6 is very helpfull with lower Progesterone issues. This is an old school method tha was used back in the days and on this days when other drugs are not available. Don`t had the exact dose for B6 but as soon I will find it I`ll post them.

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    Re: Progesterone Control

    good post brother

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    Re: Progesterone Control

    nice work sir

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    Re: Progesterone Control

    prami sucks so theres no reason to really talk about it.

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    Re: Progesterone Control

    Originally Posted by gymrat827 View Post
    prami sucks so theres no reason to really talk about it.
    Roger GR...I heard lots of ppl get sick with Prami so worthless shit

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    Re: Progesterone Control

    Originally Posted by Pikiki View Post
    Roger GR...I heard lots of ppl get sick with Prami so worthless shit
    i agree,Caber is the best IMO .5mg E3D most of the time does the trick

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