Reverses gynecomastia, reduces water retention, lowers estrogen levels, and aids in the treatment of low testosterone (TRT)
In the Aromatase Inhibitor (AI) Department, Letrozole 2.5mg is one of the most powerful anti-estrogens available. Most of the time, it’s too much for basic on-cycle usage to avoid adverse effects and estrogen build-up.
It was created with the express objective of preventing breast cancer in postmenopausal women. Many anabolic steroid users have embraced it because it is similar to another popular AI (Arimidex).
Letrozole is typically taken on-cycle to alleviate estrogen side effects that have become intolerable, as well as to aid with gynecomastia symptoms and low testosterone (Testosterone Replacement Therapy).
Letrozole is used for a variety of reasons.
Letrozole is an AI whose only function is to prevent oestrogen synthesis by blocking the aromatase enzyme. This reduces oestrogen levels by inhibiting oestrogen synthesis in the body. As a result, for a steroid user on cycle, this is advantageous.
- Can be used as a treatment for Gynecomastia
- Reduce the amount of water that is retained.
- Help for low testosterone levels (TRT)
- Reduce the effects of oestrogen that are too much to endure.
Letrozole should be used by anabolic steroid users who are suffering significant side effects or gynecomastia symptoms.
Letrozole is so potent that even a 2.5mg dose would be excessive and deplete the user’s vitality. When you first notice early gynecomastia symptoms, this dosage is appropriate. If this happens, use 2.5mg of Letrozole every day for 7-14 days.
When the symptoms begin to fade, taper down to a more tolerable amount for the remainder of the cycle, such as 0.5mg EOD or even less. The sole exception is a bodybuilder in his final 1-2 weeks of competition. He’d take 1mg every day for a week or two.
Letrozole’s Side Effects
- Hot Flashes
- Hair Loss
- Unsual Sweating
- Joint/Muscle Pain
Contact your health care provider or pharmacist right once if any of these side effects continue or worsen.
Remember that your doctor provided this medicine because he or she believes the benefit to you outweighs the risk of adverse effects. The majority of people who use this medicine do not have any significant detrimental effects.