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    Question Could Trestolone (MENT) be the perfect solution for middle or older aged men?

    Could Trestolone (MENT) be the perfect solution for middle or older aged men?





    Let's look at the facts here...


    What do middle/older aged men want?
    -To feel young and energetic.
    -A healthy, active sex life.
    -To not have to worry about having more children.
    -To have a healthy prostate
    -To have a healthy hairline


    Let's see what these studies have to say about Trestolone and how it could help with all these things...


    7Alpha-methyl-19-nortestosterone Maintains Sexual Behavior and Mood in Hypogonadal Men



    The Potent Synthetic Androgens, Dimethandrolone (7α,11β-dimethyl-19-nortestosterone) and 11β-methyl-19-nortestosterone, Do Not Require 5α-reduction to Exert Their Maximal Androgenic Effects


    7 Alpha-Methyl-Nortestosterone (MENT): The Optimal Androgen for Male Contraception



    If you didn't feel like reading all those studies (totally understandable) here's the key takeaways:


    -Trestolone maintains sexual function and mood just as well, if not better than Testosterone, and at lower doses. This makes it suitable if not superior for Androgen replacement therapy.


    -Trestolone does NOT require 5a reduction to exert their maximal androgenic effects. This means no conversion to DHT which means much less risk of prostate issues and much less chance to impact your hairline. Both of these issues can be triggered by DHT. Without the presence of excess DHT the risk for these issues is very low.


    -Trestolone induces temporary cessation of gonadtropins and sperm production while in use. This means little to no chance of reproducing. Less to worry about.


    In conclusion, Trestolone seems to perform all the necessary functions of Testosterone, at a better rate, with less health implications, all while functioning as a potent male contraceptive. Tell me this isn't every middle/older aged man's dream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stugatz View Post
    Could Trestolone (MENT) be the perfect solution for middle or older aged men?





    Let's look at the facts here...


    What do middle/older aged men want?
    -To feel young and energetic.
    -A healthy, active sex life.
    -To not have to worry about having more children.
    -To have a healthy prostate
    -To have a healthy hairline


    Let's see what these studies have to say about Trestolone and how it could help with all these things...


    7Alpha-methyl-19-nortestosterone Maintains Sexual Behavior and Mood in Hypogonadal Men



    The Potent Synthetic Androgens, Dimethandrolone (7α,11β-dimethyl-19-nortestosterone) and 11β-methyl-19-nortestosterone, Do Not Require 5α-reduction to Exert Their Maximal Androgenic Effects


    7 Alpha-Methyl-Nortestosterone (MENT): The Optimal Androgen for Male Contraception



    If you didn't feel like reading all those studies (totally understandable) here's the key takeaways:


    -Trestolone maintains sexual function and mood just as well, if not better than Testosterone, and at lower doses. This makes it suitable if not superior for Androgen replacement therapy.


    -Trestolone does NOT require 5a reduction to exert their maximal androgenic effects. This means no conversion to DHT which means much less risk of prostate issues and much less chance to impact your hairline. Both of these issues can be triggered by DHT. Without the presence of excess DHT the risk for these issues is very low.


    -Trestolone induces temporary cessation of gonadtropins and sperm production while in use. This means little to no chance of reproducing. Less to worry about.


    In conclusion, Trestolone seems to perform all the necessary functions of Testosterone, at a better rate, with less health implications, all while functioning as a potent male contraceptive. Tell me this isn't every middle/older aged man's dream?
    Interesting read. Thanks for sharing!! Iím pushing 40 so it may be something long term to consider. Would you not use Testosterone then and just use Trestolone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by killionb12 View Post
    Interesting read. Thanks for sharing!! Iím pushing 40 so it may be something long term to consider. Would you not use Testosterone then and just use Trestolone?
    Yep. That's the great thing about Trestolone...it mimics Testosterones essential biological functions which no other steroid besides Testosterone can do. This means it can successfully be used IN PLACE of Testosterone. Pretty neat I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stugatz View Post
    Yep. That's the great thing about Trestolone...it mimics Testosterones essential biological functions which no other steroid besides Testosterone can do. This means it can successfully be used IN PLACE of Testosterone. Pretty neat I think.
    Nice! Definitely may try that when cruising.

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    Am I missing something? Everyone I know thatís used trest has gotten gyno. All in their 30ís, Donít know if that matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bratson View Post
    Am I missing something? Everyone I know thatís used trest has gotten gyno. All in their 30ís, Donít know if that matters.
    Defiantly want to stay away if gyno prone. I would love to run it but Iím way to gyno prone to even try.

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    Maybe it could make its way onto the domestic list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bratson View Post
    Am I missing something? Everyone I know thatís used trest has gotten gyno. All in their 30ís, Donít know if that matters.
    No you're not missing anything at all. Trestolone does aromatize to estrogen fairly rapidly. At bodybuilding doses it can be a problem if estrogen control is not dialed in. But the cool thing about Trest is that you can actually use it for TRT in place of Testosterone, but at much lower doses. It's so potent that you can use a fraction of the dose and still get all the benefits of traditional TRT, and because the dose is so low, e2 conversion really isn't an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stugatz View Post
    No you're not missing anything at all. Trestolone does aromatize to estrogen fairly rapidly. At bodybuilding doses it can be a problem if estrogen control is not dialed in. But the cool thing about Trest is that you can actually use it for TRT in place of Testosterone, but at much lower doses. It's so potent that you can use a fraction of the dose and still get all the benefits of traditional TRT, and because the dose is so low, e2 conversion really isn't an issue.
    Interesting! What kind of dose is typical for TRT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stugatz View Post
    No you're not missing anything at all. Trestolone does aromatize to estrogen fairly rapidly. At bodybuilding doses it can be a problem if estrogen control is not dialed in. But the cool thing about Trest is that you can actually use it for TRT in place of Testosterone, but at much lower doses. It's so potent that you can use a fraction of the dose and still get all the benefits of traditional TRT, and because the dose is so low, e2 conversion really isn't an issue.
    Thanks for elaborating. Iím new and still learning.

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