What AI is right for you? Anastrozole, Exemestane or Letrozole
This is a question thats been asked over and over, but hopefully after reading this you will have a much better understanding of what will best suit your needs.
Exemestane (Aromasin) is a Type 1 inhibitor and so therefore is a steroidal inhibitor or suicidal aromatase inhibitor. It's called this because it lowers estrogen production in the body by attaching to the aromatase enzyme, and permanently deactivating it, and being a steroidal type 1 inhibitor it has androgenic effects.....
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As we can see here, everyone has a different "preference" with AI's. As every body is different, every body will react differently. The above listed article is designed to merely help guide the un-educated.
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i have allways just used exemestane for my ai never tried anything else.i was thinking of trying anastrozole.if i usually use arround 12.5mg of exemestane what dose of anastrozole would i need.i have just allways tought that exemestane was the best ai unles you were gyno prone?
Anastrozole is generally "Recommended" for Smaller, Shorter, Mild cycles with no Orals, simply because it's a Weaker compound and easier to dial in the doseage. Especially for the beginner. That is the Only reason Anastrozole is recommended.
Exemestane being the "Safest" compound in many ways and Letro coming in as the "Strongest" particularly for gyno prone individuals..
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