The development of gynecomastia or feminization of the breast tissue in males is possible with anabolic steroids. This is due to an excess of estrogen being present in the body, through a process known as "aromatization" whereby androgens like testosterone are converted to estrogen. This excess estrogen then finds its way to the receptors in breast tissue and binds to them. This results in the possibility of female-like breast tissue, which must sometimes be removed by surgery. Most athletes experience itchiness of the nipples, followed by pain. Since this develops over several days, usually, the athlete has more than enough time to discontinue the use of the compounds he´s taking, or to attempt to counteract the breast tissue development while remaining on the cycle. The two most common ways to counteract gynecomastia are the use an anti-estrogen like Nolvadex or Clomiphene Citrate (best taken post-cycle) or Letrozole, a very strong Aromatase Inhibitor (AI)/anti-estrogenic compound is employed during cycle to effectively starve the growth of nourishing estrogen.
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That cycle should see you get some nice results, why have you chosen to use prop for 12 weeks rather than test e or sus? how have you got on with your dnp? I did a course of dnp before Christmas for 6 weeks with good results even with a regular diet. Ive was basically goi g to do the same course as u but just for 8 weeks of both prop and var , but was considering going for a 12 weeker with test e just to extend the cycle but reduce the jabs and to extend the cycle to a holiday (just so I can start the cycle sooner rather than later to be honest)