Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by bridgeburn, Oct 27, 2017.
You’re gonna die .
you should just try zytiga (Abiraterone acetate) instead If I were you "Abiraterone acetate, via its metabolite abiraterone, has the capacity to lower circulating testosterone levels to less than 1 ng/dL (i.e., undetectable) when added to castration. These concentrations are considerably lower than those achieved by castration alone (~20 ng/dL). The addition of abiraterone acetate to castration was found to reduce levels of DHT by 85%, DHEA by 97 to 98%, and androstenedione by 77 to 78% relative to castration alone"
it also reduces estrogen <1pg/ml so you will probably need to stay on Estradiol.
This is fking crazy. If the side effects aren't already noticeable, I don't see how you won't eventually get liver or kidney disease.
he will not die, you need enough estradiol in the blood, and androgens will be in the red! The main thing is estradiol in the blood, maybe it will be 400-600 pg / ml maybe more.
flutamide I would rule out green urine, not the first time I meet that it becomes green urine
stock up on natural juices orange, blackberry, black currant
drink natural juices orange, blackberry, black currant. Dilute your blood in this mode
In fuccckkkiiingggg 10 months.
Please add oral minoxidil 200mg and increase the dosage of Cypro to 300mg, because Antidhtor did it and had awesome results.
BTW, have a happy death. We'll remember your sacrifice.
I really really dont want to lose hair, but 20 mg finasteride? Your liver will be devastated. Its seriously a death wish. Go hair system route much better imo.
His regimen is over the top without a doubt! In reality, he would be fine with 100mg/day of bicalutamide and 8mg/day of estradiol; that would bring his T into castration levels, whilst bicalutamide additionally raises E. He could additionally use 0.5mg/day of dutasteride as support, although I have doubts that it would be needed.
Spironolactone, flutamide, finasteride and cyproterone acetate are completely unnecessary. He might as well just get surgically castrated and use 8mg/day of estradiol; that is significantly safer, and would give him great results.
Yes indeed. His regimen is insane. Only last option.
With these meds, T and DHT levels are obliterated, so no boner or sex drive at all. But if you stop, will everything return to normal?
Noooooooooooo, it should not even be the last option!
I would like to see your before and after pics. Should you upload them, I'd be grateful.
I don't even think that's a last option! Personally, my last options are: lupron, surgical castration, high-dose of estradiol.
With his regimen, he might end up with up-regulation if he stops.
I based my response as the last option on the thought that this regimen makes a man loose his manhood for ever. If thats not the case, I would consider it as any other regimen, but of course I'll try the much less "extreme" ones first, so I would have something stronger to try if a regimen does not have results for me.
made a new thread explaining why NSAA's are more effective for treating hair loss than SAA's
also I have dropped cpa completely for this reason and in return have upped my bicalutamide dose to 100mg
wish me the best of luck!
Impressive informative thread. It warms my heart when I see people posting genuine info and research so they could help others. I'll give it time later for better inspection, but I guess you are on the right track of stopping this disease. Good luck.
its a really bad idea to take (SAA) cyproterone/spironolactone in combination with (NSAA) flutamide / bicalutamide
this is because SAA's are derivatives of progesterone and therefore have the ability to induce androgenicity
its good I dropped cpa today, (I was only on it for 12 days) lets see how bica + dutasteride does.