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    Raloxifene Gyno Cure Sides

    Have had gyno for a large portion of my life from being overweight and packing on mass from weights seems to make it look worse because of tighter shirts and I'm at the point where I'm going to get rid of it with either surgery or Raloxifene. The downside of surgery is, well, it's surgery and I'll have 2 weeks of downtime as well as costing about $2000 (I know a reputable plastic surgeon in Mexico). I'm not sure what the cost of Raloxifene is (Domestic is out of stock, apparently) but Im sure I can get a prescription in Mexico. My worry is that the sides will be too harsh (nausea, headache, body aches, diarrhea, weakness etc.) Does anyone have experience using the Raloxifene method or know someone who has? Is it really that bad? Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks!

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    I took raloxifene last year and I threw up a lot, like a LOT. I suggest maybe dostinex but I'm no veteran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogznlogz View Post
    Have had gyno for a large portion of my life from being overweight and packing on mass from weights seems to make it look worse because of tighter shirts and I'm at the point where I'm going to get rid of it with either surgery or Raloxifene. The downside of surgery is, well, it's surgery and I'll have 2 weeks of downtime as well as costing about $2000 (I know a reputable plastic surgeon in Mexico). I'm not sure what the cost of Raloxifene is (Domestic is out of stock, apparently) but Im sure I can get a prescription in Mexico. My worry is that the sides will be too harsh (nausea, headache, body aches, diarrhea, weakness etc.) Does anyone have experience using the Raloxifene method or know someone who has? Is it really that bad? Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks!
    Raloxifene is not going to help your gynecomastia a lot if it's not prolactin related. Even if it's estrogenic, that's not the proper gyno cure.

    The standard anti-gyno treatment is nolvadex, letrozol, yohimflame topical and time.

    You should review this thread:
    https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/...0-a-27728.html
    Lev Butlerov - Evolutionary.org Staff Author

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    I got hella sick from raloxifene, like headaches all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevButlerov View Post
    Raloxifene is not going to help your gynecomastia a lot if it's not prolactin related. Even if it's estrogenic, that's not the proper gyno cure.

    The standard anti-gyno treatment is nolvadex, letrozol, yohimflame topical and time.

    You should review this thread:
    https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/...0-a-27728.html
    I did read that, which led me to further online research which led me to this:

    Raloxifene Vs. Nolvadex

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15238910

    This study directly compares Raloxifene’s effectiveness in reversing gyno to Nolvadex.

    It was determined that “inhibition of estrogen receptor action in the breast appears to be safe and effective in reducing persistent pubertal gynecomastia, with a better response to raloxifene than to tamoxifen.”

    That's why I'm here asking around, I want to make the best informed decision possible, being sick for several weeks doesn't sound like a viable option...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogznlogz View Post
    I did read that, which led me to further online research which led me to this:

    Raloxifene Vs. Nolvadex

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15238910

    This study directly compares Raloxifene’s effectiveness in reversing gyno to Nolvadex.

    It was determined that “inhibition of estrogen receptor action in the breast appears to be safe and effective in reducing persistent pubertal gynecomastia, with a better response to raloxifene than to tamoxifen.”

    That's why I'm here asking around, I want to make the best informed decision possible, being sick for several weeks doesn't sound like a viable option...
    I tried both tamoxifen and raloxifene, I found ralox gave me side effects like nausea and headaches which I didn't expect.
    Maybe raloxifene is stronger than tamoxifen, but the sides are not worth it IMO. Nolvadex is much easier to access and much easier to work with.

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    if you have had gyno pre existing for many years, please do not get your hopes up in terms of using any sort of meds to cure it... im certainly not saying its impossible but in reality, its very very unlikely it would work... raloxifene is definitely not the answer either... i had surgery several years ago and its quick and easy... i am very very happy i made the decision to do it... not only for the cosmetic and physical aspect but also the mental...




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    Quote Originally Posted by dylangemelli View Post
    if you have had gyno pre existing for many years, please do not get your hopes up in terms of using any sort of meds to cure it... im certainly not saying its impossible but in reality, its very very unlikely it would work... raloxifene is definitely not the answer either... i had surgery several years ago and its quick and easy... i am very very happy i made the decision to do it... not only for the cosmetic and physical aspect but also the mental...
    Thanks for the information. I see you understand. 😊 I work in the construction industry and have dealt with plenty of mental abuse which sometimes doesn't go very well when I'm pumped full of Tren and Test, especially when someone grabs my boob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogznlogz View Post
    Thanks for the information. I see you understand. I work in the construction industry and have dealt with plenty of mental abuse which sometimes doesn't go very well when I'm pumped full of Tren and Test, especially when someone grabs my boob.
    Completely understand brother. I have a video coming soon on my experiences with the surgery




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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogznlogz View Post
    Have had gyno for a large portion of my life from being overweight and packing on mass from weights seems to make it look worse because of tighter shirts and I'm at the point where I'm going to get rid of it with either surgery or Raloxifene. The downside of surgery is, well, it's surgery and I'll have 2 weeks of downtime as well as costing about $2000 (I know a reputable plastic surgeon in Mexico). I'm not sure what the cost of Raloxifene is (Domestic is out of stock, apparently) but Im sure I can get a prescription in Mexico. My worry is that the sides will be too harsh (nausea, headache, body aches, diarrhea, weakness etc.) Does anyone have experience using the Raloxifene method or know someone who has? Is it really that bad? Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks!
    Raloxifene won't cure gyno but it can help. Alternatively it's better to use nolvadex and letrozole to help clear up the gyno. Surgery might not be required.
    Lev Butlerov - Evolutionary.org Staff Author

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