Disappointing, but it is what it is.
I don't feel a lot of breast tissue other than directly under my nipples causing them to puff out--if I could get that to go away I'd be extremely happy.Edit: Also I should probably mention there is about a 1% chance that my doctor will prescribe me the stuff (He'll most likely send me to a specialist--very rarely does he make calls like this himself) But I think if he doesn't (and confirms that there is a 0% chance insurance covers surgery for it [that I don't particularly want due to the recovery time+sport]) I'll honestly probably just tell him "Look, I'm going to do it as long as you can confirm the stuff won't KILL me. You can't make up your mind between good old Nolvadex, alias tamoxifen, and its cousins raloxifene and toremifene. Within a week of stopping Nolvadex I was back to my normal self. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts
Tamoxifen and Raloxifene share a lot in common being members of the same drug class, SERMs; they are instrumental medications in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer in men and women. As much as it sucks to hear, you probably shouldn't do anything about your gyno just yet due to the probability of it being puberty related.
A Dutch study suggests that it actually improves body composition.I've never heard of tamoxifen leading to fat gain in women, can someone expand on this? Check out our catalogue of top recommended online pharmacies for the best deals on any drug you want.
SO part II starts now (10/21/13).DAY 7: About 25% reduced.
Raloxifene, sold under the brand name Evista among others, is a medication used to prevent and treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women and those on glucocorticoids.
Tamoxifen vs. Raloxifene. AIs such as anastrozole and letrozole actually reduce estrogen levels and if you do not taper off them correctly you can get gyno from estrogen rebound.Very interesting, and thank you for the follow up post. Definitely feels like its getting a little looser. For someone experiencing gynecomastia symptoms, physical examination and careful consideration of medical history is required to determine causal factors and treatment options, as mentioned earlier most pubertal gynecomastia cases resolve themselves naturally, only a select number of cases usually require medication or surgery. Cheers.I've heard stories of people in canada getting gynecomastia surgery covered by insurance.
Patients received reassurance alone or a 3- to 9-month course of an estrogen receptor modifier (tamoxifen or raloxifene). Vogel VG, Costantino JP, Wickerham DL, Cronin WM, Cecchini RS, Atkins JN, et al. I've been avoiding touching it at all costs, so im not sure if its really getting smaller or staying the same. DO NOT take any type of AI like letrozole or anastrozole at this point or you risk fucking up your hormones and making your gyno go away then come back worse than before. Which is best in case of Gyno starting due to SARM E2 sides ? Just surprised he would let you risk it and not just write you a script!Nope he wanted to go right to surgery. 60mg/daily for 28 days of a well known pharmaceutical brand. I'm really hoping that, with time, things will change. Purchase online?
I think puffy nipples are due to a completely different hormone than estrogen (which is what raloxifene blocks on breast tissue).