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Thread: adding nandrolone to post cycle pCT

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    adding nandrolone to post cycle pCT

    my doctor is suggesting i add nandrolone at 90mg a week to my existing test cyp protocol to help with my elbow and ankle joint pain. my concern is right now my test levels are already near 1000 and my estrogen is at 35 which is at the very high end of the range. she has me on some adex already but i don't want to be too high on either

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    she is trying to make more $$$ off of you by overdosing you on drugs/hormones. that is what doctors do

    get on a proper TRT dose which would not need an AI

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    What test dose are you on?

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    Clarify - are you on a cycle or TRT because you mention PCT too.

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    thats ridiculous... thats clearly all about money





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    Some people run nandrolone with their TRT protocol for that reason. Not super common but I do hear guys talking about it. I do not recommend it because you are just masking a joint issue. You would be better to get to the root of the issue instead of covering it up.
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    How much test are you taking??

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    thanks for sharing... do you have a question?
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    First determine that it isn't injured before you go cruising on nandrolone. Yes it can help with nagging pains.

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    As others have said it will help you feel a little better but if you continue on with your training without finding the root cause or allowing your muscles/joints/tendons to rest and heal you will just exacerbate the issue.

    N2Joint from Needtobuildmuscle is great. You could also lower your intensity/weight training and do some deload weeks to heal and couple with MK2866 and MK677 from sarms.forsale to aid in recovery too.

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