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    Estrogen conversion and testosterone

    Some guys on other forums are saying that different Esters of testosterone convert to estrogen differently. For example they say that testosterone propionate has less estrogen conversion because it's a shorter Esther. Does this mean I can run propionate and not have to worry about getting gynecomastia since I am prone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EzekielFL View Post
    Some guys on other forums are saying that different Esters of testosterone convert to estrogen differently. For example they say that testosterone propionate has less estrogen conversion because it's a shorter Esther. Does this mean I can run propionate and not have to worry about getting gynecomastia since I am prone?
    There is such a thing as converting to different estrogen types but it's not exactly applicable to straight testosterone propionate which will convert to E2. Test prop will give you gynecomastia like any other testosterone, no less.

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    There is a lot of different estrogens out there, like equipoise converts to estrone or something like that.

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    testosterone, no matter the ester, still converts to estrogen and you need to be aware of that and make sure you are keeping it controlled...




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    you can prove this ester theory with simple bloodwork, i have not seen enough evidence showing this
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    Quote Originally Posted by EzekielFL View Post
    Some guys on other forums are saying that different Esters of testosterone convert to estrogen differently. For example they say that testosterone propionate has less estrogen conversion because it's a shorter Esther. Does this mean I can run propionate and not have to worry about getting gynecomastia since I am prone?
    All test has some conversion to estro..
    The different esters allow for slower /faster release... Your pinning times and how often you pin can help control those peaks and valleys and keeping a nice even line/ stable as possible should help some.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EzekielFL View Post
    Some guys on other forums are saying that different Esters of testosterone convert to estrogen differently. For example they say that testosterone propionate has less estrogen conversion because it's a shorter Esther. Does this mean I can run propionate and not have to worry about getting gynecomastia since I am prone?


    Hmmmm.... I disagree!


    peaks and lows in testosterone levels will cause more estrogen problems but steady levels of testosterone even while high, just won't have these problems.


    The ester is not as important as just keeping a steady level all the way through and this is my opinion.


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    In a word - no. Much as how sometimes a doc needs to adjust doses of OTC meds for individuals there will be some that are ok and others who will get gyno no matter what.

    Plus what's the issue with using an AI? Trying to save a buck?

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    Either way don't forget full PCT

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    bro if you think that true and work for you then go for it. everyone different.

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