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    Nipples sensitive/leaking (Test/Tren)

    Been on test/Tren for 6 weeks or so with no issues what so ever. While taking 25mg EOD of aromosin.

    Recently upped how much Iím taking of test/Tren by roughly 30%. Started getting sensitive nipples and if I squeeze them quite hard I can get a few drops out (brown/clear liquid).

    I increased my aromosin to 25mg ED 4 days ago and canít quite tell if itís helping yet.

    I was under the impression if I was on sufficient AI, caber wasnít necessary. Is this the case?


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    Ai will help with estro sides from the test but not so much when it comes to prolactin from the tren. Doing a blend myself and just started caber at .25 e3d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jp55 View Post
    Ai will help with estro sides from the test but not so much when it comes to prolactin from the tren. Doing a blend myself and just started caber at .25 e3d.
    Caber for whatever reason is very expensive here. Is there an alternative or is it the gold standard?


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    Dont quote me but possibly primo? Apart from that all i ever use is caber at a very very small amount... that shit is steong4.
    Hopefully someone else can chime in and give you a hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxsteele View Post
    Been on test/Tren for 6 weeks or so with no issues what so ever. While taking 25mg EOD of aromosin.

    Recently upped how much Iím taking of test/Tren by roughly 30%. Started getting sensitive nipples and if I squeeze them quite hard I can get a few drops out (brown/clear liquid).

    I increased my aromosin to 25mg ED 4 days ago and canít quite tell if itís helping yet.

    I was under the impression if I was on sufficient AI, caber wasnít necessary. Is this the case?


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    Aromasin is an anti-estrogen rather than an anti-prolactin, while caber' - cabergoline is an anti-prolactin. As evidenced by the fact that you are lactating (read: the aforementioned (brown/clear liquid), you are in need of an anti-prolactin not an anti-estrogen.

    Yes, relative to other ancillaries, caber' is rather expensive. But that cannot be an issue. You simply have to have it while taking tren'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jp55 View Post
    Don't quote me but possibly primo?
    No. Get that notion out of your head. Primo' cannot possibly combat prolactin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxsteele View Post
    Caber for whatever reason is very expensive here. Is there an alternative or is it the gold standard?


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    Pramipexole will do the same job as Caber, for allot less money.

    But you have to start at a low dose, and work-up to the higher doses, to avoid Side Effects.

    Usually, 0.125 Mg (1/8 tab) to 0.5 Mg (1/2 tab) daily should be sufficient........................... JP
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    One of the Online Pharmacies will carry it.
    I use ReliableRxPharmacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxsteele View Post
    Been on test/Tren for 6 weeks or so with no issues what so ever. While taking 25mg EOD of aromosin.

    Recently upped how much Iím taking of test/Tren by roughly 30%. Started getting sensitive nipples and if I squeeze them quite hard I can get a few drops out (brown/clear liquid).

    I increased my aromosin to 25mg ED 4 days ago and canít quite tell if itís helping yet.

    I was under the impression if I was on sufficient AI, caber wasnít necessary. Is this the case?


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    I ran caber .5 e3d with 12.5 aromosin test teen and Eq no issues.

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    liquid from nipples that are brown are a tell tale sign of prolactin issues

    you need to get on caber
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Haskell View Post
    Aromasin is an anti-estrogen rather than an anti-prolactin, while caber' - cabergoline is an anti-prolactin. As evidenced by the fact that you are lactating (read: the aforementioned (brown/clear liquid), you are in need of an anti-prolactin not an anti-estrogen.

    Yes, relative to other ancillaries, caber' is rather expensive. But that cannot be an issue. You simply have to have it while taking tren'.

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    No. Get that notion out of your head. Primo' cannot possibly combat prolactin.
    Sorry meant prami not primo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jp55 View Post
    Sorry meant prami not primo
    Oh. I see.
    And until jp4355 mentioned prami', I had forgotten about it as a cheaper alternative to caber'. There is also bromo' as an alternative to caber'. But it has long been my understanding that, regardless of dosage, both pram' and bromo' are full of side-effects the likes of nausea and headaches, while caber' has always been side-effect free, at least for me.

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