Steroidology

Uncover the truth about Anabolic Steroids uses in bodybuilding

Aromasin (exemestane)

Developed to help fight breast cancer, Aromasin is one of the most powerful estrogen suppressing compounds available for body builders taking anabolic steroids…

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Arimidex (anastrozole)

Although Arimidex does increase testosterone levels slightly in the body, it is more often used in conjunction with other steroids to lower estrogen in the body…

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Clomid was one of the original drugs used in post-cycle-therapy to stave off gynocomastia and raise the body’s natural testosterone levels. There are some side effects involved with heavy prolonged use, such as vision problems…

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Fareston (Toremifene citrate)

Originally developed to fight breast cancer, bodybuilders have used Fareston to successfully fight gynocomastia caused when testosterone converts to estrogen in the body and men grow breasts. This substance can be used for little else …

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Faslodex

Faslodex

Anti-Estrogen Drugs February 21, 2009

[faslodex-image-jpg] Faslodex is a nifty compound that has the properties of both an anti-estrogen and an anti-progestin. Faslodex is most commonly used to treat breast cancer in post-menopausal women…

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HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin)

HCG is one of the most important substances used in post-cycle-therapy. It stimulates the body to make natural testosterone, which is suspended during cycles of anabolic steroid use. As medicine, HCG is used to treat hypogodadism and as a fertility treatment in men…

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Letrozole (femara)

Letrozole is a powerful Aromatase Inhibitor that was developed to fight breast cancer. For athletes and bodybuilders, it is a drug used to combat the estrogenic side effects of anabolic steroids – water-retention, acne and gynocomastia…

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Nolvadex (tamoxifen citrate)

Nolvadex®, is the trade name for the drug tamoxifen citrate, it is a non-steroidal agent that demonstrates potent anti-estrogenic properties. The drug is technically an estrogen agonist/antagonist, which competitively binds to estrogen receptors in various target tissues

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