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What Range Should It Be

Discussion in 'Anabolic Steroids & Prohormones' started by noreason, Jul 13, 2020.

  1. noreason

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    When blasting what should the ratio of test/e2 be?
     
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    that’s just what I wanted thanks mate.
     
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    Just done it let me when it’s going to arrive!
     
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    Mate I wouldn’t touch your shit with a 10ft barge poll, why don’t you fuck off and spam someone’s else’s thread.
     
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    huntingground One Hundred Percenter Competitor

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    When on cycle your are going to have elevated test and e2.

    Your e2 will be under control via AI but what range should the e2 be?

    I’m assuming there is a ratio between test and e2 or should e2 be at the higher end of the physiological range?
     
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    huntingground One Hundred Percenter Competitor

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    I don't think you will get a definitive answer to this due to the individual nature of these hormones but also, I have heard of some people believing that high E2 helps with growth/strength and purposely keep it high whilst others may be sensitive to it and keep it low.

    TRT : https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1557988314539000
     
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    nice one mate, just thought there might be a sweet spot to keep it in.
     
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    It wouldn’t be a ratio between test and E your looking to achieve

    Your test could be off the scale but ideally you would keep your E in range (regular natty clinical range)

    Ratio hasn’t got anything to do with it
     
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    Lots of studies on estrogen directly benefiting muscle but these studies are in females.

    Estrogen has a dramatic effect on musculoskeletal function. Beyond the known relationship between estrogen and bone, it directly affects the structure and function of other musculoskeletal tissues such as muscle, tendon, and ligament. In these other musculoskeletal tissues, estrogen improves muscle mass and strength, and increases the collagen content of connective tissues.

    I have seen males quote the same but I forget who it was now, it may have been JW or someone else.

    I have only used an AI when I have deemed it necessary and didn't keep on top of estrogen like other people may do but I am not sensitive to estrogen at all. It didn't effect me detrimentally.
     
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