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Unread 01-13-2018, 07:12 PM
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Does anyone use cabergoline and not bromocriptine like the book? In that case what are your experiences? I used this drug to reduce tren induced high prolactin levels but can't say noticed reduced appetite or cravings or anything on it...?
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I also used cabergoline for reducing prolactin, since it's superior for hyperprolactinemia than bromo. Bromo has nasty sides. But it's useless for dieting IME.
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We literally have zero data suggesting tren increases prolactin so if that's why folks are using caber - be aware it's complete broscience.
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My prolactin was naturally high, nothing to do with drugz.

But I heard many people on tren have increased prolactin, but I'm not quite competent to talk about it, since there's no science behind that. Scientist don't give a damn about AAS, unfortunately.
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