Raloxifene

Harley00

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It should work. Like I said on CJM. Mine was with me for 18 years and it really is almost gone. Reason why during the whole time I was on Raloxifene my nipples were sore was they were shrinking. So far they have stayed pea size as opposed to big grapes.
Thats awsome!!! im gonna try some at 60mg for 10 days then go 30mg
 

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Ralox reversed a good portion of my gyno from puberty. Good stuff, about to order more. I ran 90mg for a week then down to 60

Edited mg based on checking my log
 
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resilient1

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Ralox reversed a good portion of my gyno from puberty. Good stuff, about to order more. I ran 60mg then down to 30
How goes your experience with Ralox? I've been on it for about 5 days, have had a very slight improvement, but my estro jumped as soon as I started taking it. I haven't taken a shot of test since last Monday, solely b/c I want this shit reversed, and don't care about anything else.
 

Harley00

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How goes your experience with Ralox? I've been on it for about 5 days, have had a very slight improvement, but my estro jumped as soon as I started taking it. I haven't taken a shot of test since last Monday, solely b/c I want this shit reversed, and don't care about anything else.
I havent taken mine yet but make sure your taken 5000 vitamin d a day as it depletes your vitamin d quickly .
 

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I used to have a lump in my right nipple sometimes the size of a BB but could flare up as big as a marble
Rolaxafine mostly got rid of it
Amazing studd
 

resilient1

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I havent taken mine yet but make sure your taken 5000 vitamin d a day as it depletes your vitamin d quickly .
Actually, it doesn't. That's info based on bro-science. I believe nolva can cause bone demineralization issues, not ralox.


Summary of Results
Treatment with raloxifene, a mild to moderate antiresorptive agent, maintained healthy bone structure, with no evidence of woven bone resulting from abnormalities in collagen structure, or osteomalacia, which would occur due to an impairment of primary mineralization.

In conclusion, this study has shown that in the absence of large changes in BMD, treatment with raloxifene or with calcium and vitamin D3 results in a moderate increase in MDMB and a preserved heterogeneity of mineral distribution.
 

resilient1

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I used to have a lump in my right nipple sometimes the size of a BB but could flare up as big as a marble
Rolaxafine mostly got rid of it
Amazing studd
All very encouraging results. I'm currently running 90 for 10 days, then 60 for next 2-3 months. All medical studies I have read, which amounts to two actual trials, used 60mg for duration, up to 12 months.
 

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All very encouraging results. I'm currently running 90 for 10 days, then 60 for next 2-3 months. All medical studies I have read, which amounts to two actual trials, used 60mg for duration, up to 12 months.
I didn’t have to do anything that drastic mine cleared up in 2 months
 

resilient1

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I didn’t have to do anything that drastic mine cleared up in 2 months
Nice, if it is reduced by 50% I'll be elated, but a good portion is pre-existing gyno, so I'm cautiously optimistic. I wish I would have had this stuff back when I was doing anadrol-test-and everything else cycles, lol.

Were you on test during that time?
 
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Good thread gents, ordered some today as well. Like many I’ve had some puffiness and tenderness since puberty and it only looks bad when I’m lean or fat...lol...I’m sure you guys know what I mean.

Currently dieting to get sub 10% and certain angles my gyno drives me up the wall, not to mention they hurt like a son of a bitch if they get banged up against. I’ll keep you guys posted but it’s certainly nice to read the positive results from members I trust.
 

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Actually, it doesn't. That's info based on bro-science. I believe nolva can cause bone demineralization issues, not ralox.


Summary of Results
Treatment with raloxifene, a mild to moderate antiresorptive agent, maintained healthy bone structure, with no evidence of woven bone resulting from abnormalities in collagen structure, or osteomalacia, which would occur due to an impairment of primary mineralization.

In conclusion, this study has shown that in the absence of large changes in BMD, treatment with raloxifene or with calcium and vitamin D3 results in a moderate increase in MDMB and a preserved heterogeneity of mineral distribution.
Another consideration, is a slight risk of thrombosis and thromboembolism. There were lower risks of clotting when taken at night versus morning, and for anyone who might be at potential risks for clotting, or spends a considerable amount of time sitting, one 81mg baby aspirin/daily was recommended. I doubt there are many who are similar to the groups evaluated in the study (post-menopausal women), however, AAS can result in elevated hematocrit, which is why I thought it useful to mention. Oh, a daily serving of grapefruit also works to thin your blood, as well as some other foods.

My most recent bloods show everything within normal range, but hematocrit is 0.50, and hemo was high, so I will donate within the next week. SHBG is 39, so if it had been low it rebounded quickly, however, ralox will also increase shbg. As such, I will drop down to 60mg soon.
 
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resilient1

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Ralox reversed a good portion of my gyno from puberty. Good stuff, about to order more. I ran 60mg then down to 30
How long did you run 60mg for? I rec'd a script from my endo, he told me I could run 60mg/d for a year or more if need be. The 90 I'm at is messing with my libido, so will drop to 60, but will likely drop to 30 as well. Respond very well, so less is more. How long was your protocol, and when did you start noticing improvement?
 

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How long did you run 60mg for? I rec'd a script from my endo, he told me I could run 60mg/d for a year or more if need be. The 90 I'm at is messing with my libido, so will drop to 60, but will likely drop to 30 as well. Respond very well, so less is more. How long was your protocol, and when did you start noticing improvement?
I think I ran it for the first week at 90 and then 60 after. I don't have it marked in my log when I stopped though. However I did note at the 28 day point that the fibrous gyno lumps felt significantly smaller.

Ralox messed with your libido hey? Can you elaborate on what happened a bit more? It will definitely raise estradiol somewhat.

 
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resilient1

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I think I ran it for the first week at 90 and then 60 after. I don't have it marked in my log when I stopped though. However I did note at the 28 day point that the fibrous gyno lumps felt significantly smaller.

Ralox messed with your libido hey? Can you elaborate on what happened a bit more? It will definitely raise estradiol somewhat.

Similar to Tamoxifen, it raises test and estro, and also raises shbg, however, unlike tamoxifen, it doesn't have the same effect on libido. Will continue at 60 from now on. I've been keeping up on my AI, in the interest of keeping estro low. I'm also on test, low dose, so I want to keep aromatization in check. Were you also on test during? I've cut my test back to 60mg twice weekly. Last bloods shbg was at 39, which is not far from upper end, but I'll hold off on weekly injections for now, in the interest of controlling estro as much as possible.

I had all of 4 tabs of tamoxifen kicking around, which I initially added to the protocol, I figured why not use it? At a quarter tab/day I had excellent erections, no exaggeration, the best I've had in well over a year. Spontaneous, multiple during the day, and without the need for any cialis or viagra, which is what I'm used to.
I may consult with my endo, fill him in and request a small script of tamoxifen to offset the ralox libido issue. But, first I will give it a few days to a week at 60 to see if I notice improvement. I did read that tamoxifen tends to have a pronounced effect on LH and test production, with little difference between 5, 10, and 20mg. 120mgs of Ralox was required to produce similar results to the low-dose benefits of Tamox.

From my pharmacist, they aren't the same compound, and as such do not produce same hormonal effects.

Dony JM, et al. "Effect of lower versus higher doses of tamoxifen on pituitary-gonadal function and sperm indices in ogliozoospermic men." Androlgia 1985 Jul-Aug;17(4):369-78

Both Tamox and Ralox have been shown to lower LDL, and both are used to treat osteoporosis, but ralox more exclusively.

I think I've noticed improvement on the left side, the right side is more dense so it's hard to tell, but it's early yet. Will update as time goes on.
 

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Interesting about the tamox and libido, I'm going to look into this. I also read that Ralox can cause panic attacks. I was running Ralox again recently, just stopped last week. I had panic attacks for the first time ever and some ED in the last few days. I will have to look into this more. I'm also a month into lowering my TRT from 120 to 90 so it's hard so say what's doing what. I need to wait this out a bit longer.
 

resilient1

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Interesting about the tamox and libido, I'm going to look into this. I also read that Ralox can cause panic attacks. I was running Ralox again recently, just stopped last week. I had panic attacks for the first time ever and some ED in the last few days. I will have to look into this more. I'm also a month into lowering my TRT from 120 to 90 so it's hard so say what's doing what. I need to wait this out a bit longer.
That's certainly interesting. Anxiety is common in men with low testosterone, and I notice it when my E2 increases. Perhaps it was a sudden spike in E2? It would explain the ED. The anxiety might explain my ED, as well as lower energy levels.

I read that report, but I've also come across a couple that confirmed some subjects experienced libido issues. I'll see how I am after a week at 60. The half life is 27hrs, so I don't expect there will be noticeable difference for several days. How much were you taking?
 
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