When you use any kind of steroid or testosterone over the course of three weeks or longer, your body stops making natural testosterone. Because of this, you need to make sure to implement PCT in order to help your body start producing natural testosterone again. You will need to start your therapy 10 days after your last dose of Sustanon 250, and all you need is a SERM, or Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator. Nolvadex is generally regarded as one of the best, and you will use 40mg per day for the first two weeks, 20mg per day for the next two weeks, and then 10mg a day for one more week. You can continue it for a sixth week if necessary.
This advanced Sustanon 250 cycle demonstrates the manner in which Testosterone (in this case as Sustanon 250) can be used as a supportive compound only to maintain normal physiological function of Testosterone in the absence of it as a result of endogenous Testosterone suppression from the cycle. Sustanon 250 as a result is lowered to a TRT dose of 100mg weekly while Trenbolone Enanthate is working as the primary anabolic compound at a higher dose of 600mg weekly. Trenbolone is an anabolic steroid that is considered only for experienced intermediate and advanced anabolic steroid users, and is the reason why it is included in this cycle example. The TRT dose of Testosterone should also limit aromatization a great deal, resulting in Estrogen control without the use of an aromatase inhibitor. This cycle should not exhibit water retention, bloating, gynecomastia or any Estrogen related side effects as a result of the TRT dose of Sustanon 250, and the fact that Trenbolone is a compound that does not aromatize into Estrogen at all. Due to the powerful nature of Trenbolone , this cycle can operate as a bulking cycle, a lean mass cycle, or even as a cutting cycle.
Yes! It's important to understand that people differ in their hormonal sensitivity. If hormones are found to affect a person's seizures, there may be a role for hormones in epilepsy treatment. For both women and men, identifying hormonal influences on seizure patterns may lead to a better understanding of treatment options for seizure control. Women should keep a calendar of their menstrual cycles and of days they have seizures. It is important to keep track of other factors that may affect the menstrual cycle or seizure patterns, such as missed medication, loss of sleep, unusual fatigue, intense physical training, stress or an illness. Some women may find it helpful to keep track of the lowest body temperature of the day (taken each morning before getting out of bed, and before eating the first meal of the day). This helps to find out if you are ovulating regularly. Be sure to share these records with your doctor or the nurse who is helping you manage your seizures.