fighting gynecomastia

Fighting Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia is a very serious problem facing many bodybuilders who choose to use anabolic steroids. Most steroids will cause the development of this condition. Some people respond instantly to the steroids, and Gynecomastia growth starts immediately. Others can use them for months with nothing arising. Gynecomastia is typically characterized by a hardening and growth of the tissue located under the nipples. It’s referred to as “bitch tits” since a famous reference to Meat Loaf’s character “Bob” in the movie Fight Club. Many retired bodybuilders, once they shrink down to normal size, discover Gynecomastia that had been hiding underneath the muscle all along. Others see it once they diet down for a show. They are thrilled to be hitting single digit body fat percentage, but horrified at the prospect of facing the world with these hideous decorations hanging from their nipples.

So, how can a bodybuilder avoid and combat Gynecomastia? Read on!

Avoid harsh steroids if you with to avoid Gynecomastia. It’s that simple. The more effective a steroid is, in terms of building muscle and strength, the more effective it will be in terms of causing unwanted side effects. Weaker steroids have weaker side effects. You need to find a middle ground that allows for the best gains with the fewest side effects. You don’t want to run 5 mg of Anavar each day. And you don’t need to run 12 weeks of Halotestin. Something in the middle will lead to muscle gains with side effects – such as Gynecomastia – at a minimum.

If you’re currently seeing growth of Gynecomastia when on your cycle, don’t panic. It’s normal and while you aren’t going to enjoy it, you do need to face it. Medications are available which can prevent and stop it, in most cases. Letrozole and Nolvadex, when used in conjunction, will usually halt the development of Gynecomastia in its path and start the reversal process.

If the aforementioned solutions don’t work, then you’re going to need to see a doctor. Most bodybuilders with a serious gyno problem won’t let it disrupt even a single higher-level show. They’ll simply have the surgery to have it removed. Cost will be $3000 to $5000, but liposuction for those pesky love handles (oblique) fat and other problem areas is also included, which is very useful for some bodybuilders seeking a tighter midsection. If you’re running heavy androgens and gyno is a problem, just get the surgery and you won’t have to worry about it again.

The cheapest route to solving Gynecomastia is simple – don’t get it in the first place. The use of heavy steroids leads to it, but you can combat that with intelligent use of drugs like Letrozole and Nolvadex. If you have it already, see a doctor and just have it fixed. Pick up a summer job or borrow a few grand from your uncle. You don’t want to be looking back at your bodybuilding trophies and pictures years from now and flinch at every image as your gyno stand out more than your muscles do. Fix it – today!

A seasoned fitness enthusiast and advocate for informed choices, our blog author brings a wealth of knowledge about anabolic steroids. Committed to providing reliable and unbiased information, the author empowers readers to navigate the complexities of these substances for educational purposes, fostering a safer and more informed fitness community.
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