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    to nolva or not to nolva






    i know to use nolva for gyno but i wat point should i start using i have sensitivity n my nipples they feel a little warm but im on e control atd which started a week into cycle of 600mg of test cypoinate should i wait little longer or start low dose and how low i want as much as i can get from my cycle and i know estrogen plays a key role n adding mass please dont bash me i have read but would like to hear specific advice i could deal w sensitive nips as ive read once off cycle it should reside wat u guys think

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    Bro I always get some sensitivity on cycle but does not always mean ur going to develop GYNO just keep monitoring u will know if you have it. Try & save Nolva for PCT don't over react.

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    Try to save Nolva until you really feel the need to prevent gyno. E control is an ok AI but for a test cycle aromasin is better. Econtrol can possible be enough though. Nolva is not for PCT either. PCT should be aromasin and clomid with HCG on cycle not in PCT.



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