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toremifene citrate (FARESTON) anyone used it?

GYMRATN

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does anyone have experience with using fareston to help get rid of gyno? and can anyone shed any light on the difference between it and letro? thanks guys!
 

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For starters, toremifene is a SERM (selective estrogen receptor modulator) and letro is an AI (aromatase inhibitor)... different kinds of drugs, different mechanisms of action...

As a gal, I haven't researched how they compare for gyno. But, as for SERMS, from the research I've done on both effectiveness and sides, Tamoxifen would be my drug of choice...
 

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It does nothing for me for gyno, Nolva or raloxifene are the SERMS for that.
 

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from what i have read toremifene is like nolvadex and keeps estrogen from working on certain recepters especially in the nipples....however i did find that letrozole might be what u need...

Another use for Letro might come to those who have already suffered from the estrogen related side effect, gyno. This is due to the fact that Letro has actually been shown to reverse the effects of this condition in some. There is no guarantee however, but if you have already begun seeing the symptoms of gyno, then it is probably worth giving Letro a shot and seeing if it can help.

hope this helps
 

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