Hi guys, had appointments with the endocrinologist and he just wants to see me again in 3 months, all is 'ok' apparently. He was more concerned that my FSH levels were higher than normal so wanted to see of my body was correcting itself and bringing it all back into balance. He said the lumps are small. But they are getting to me so much now! I don't know what to do! I don't want to mess my hormones up any more than they are now but I don't want to carry on like this! People say they can't see it of I ask, but I know it's there and it does my head in! Someone pleas help me!'
“Now everyone is starting off at a different level so depending on your last cycle adjustments can be made to fit each individual,” according to Piana. “It can be scaled down or up hopefully people can handle this part on their own. For the more advanced that are doing much higher doses of GH my reasoning is anything higher than iu a day will cause the intestines to grow and eventually you will have a growth gut also same goes for using insulin but everyone is free to add on whatever they choose. GH and insulin will put on more size than anything but in my opinion it will ruin the physique!”
The one final related component/issue that is related to Gyno is the hormone known as Prolactin , which is a hormone that can be increased through the use of various anabolic steroids, but is known to become increased through the use of 19-nor Progestins such as Trenbolone and/or Nandrolone (Deca-Durabolin). Although Prolactin will not contribute to breast tissue formation and has nothing to do with Gynecomastia in and of the disorder, it is a hormone that can and will cause lactation of the nipples if blood plasma levels rise to excessive levels. The nipple area can commonly take on a puffy look and exhibit clear fluid secretion in men (lactation). Sometimes this can occur alongside actual Gynecomastia and often be mistaken for “Prolactin-induced Gynecomastia” which is actually a misnomer, and is normally associated with Gynecomastia due to the relation of effects in the nipple area. Excessive Prolactin levels can be effectively reduced through the utilization of a Prolactin antagonist (also known as a dopamine agonist) such as Cabergoline , Bromocriptine, or Pramipexole. Vitamin B6 has also demonstrated significant capability in reducing Prolactin levels in the body [ix] [x] [xi] .