exemestane

  1. Epik

    How high can I go on exemestan?

    I'm about 100 pounds overweight and I was wondering if it's safe to take 100mg or even 300mg of exemestane. I've looked up the side effects and most claims of liver issues are supported with case studies, but non of them was due to exemestane alone. I'm taking a lower dose and noticed benefits...
  2. Gûs80

    Could aromatase inhibitors be useful in autoimmune diseases?

    Dr Ray Peat mentions in some articles that the cause of autoimmune diseases is high estrogen. Considering this, has anyone seen benefits from using a pharmaceutical aromatase inhibitor? I have a positive ANA marker for Lupus/Sjogren's, and even though it's low, I have several of the symptoms of...
  3. tastyfood

    Scared of using Exemestane again, it raised my prolactin and LH/FSH too much

    About 5 months ago I used 8mg of exemestane (Xtane brand) daily for a bit more than three weeks. I had a varicocele, and wanted to try exemestane to help with male fertility issues. Exemestane was clearly effective at raising total testosterone: from 400 to 756 in 3 weeks. However, it double...
  4. tastyfood

    Exemestane: what's the best time of the day to take, and how to ensure absorption?

    I've been taking 6 to 7 mg of Exemestane daily for the last week to work on testosterone issues. I am using the brand Xtane. For those of you who used this, do you have a recommended time of the day to take it? I've also read that it is best to consume with some fats to ensure absorption...
  5. haidut

    Inhibiting Estrogen Synthesis May Treat / Prevent Ectopic Pregnancy

    I just made a post about the role of estrogen in male infertility, which matches perfectly the evidence about estrogen's role as a metabolic inhibitor, and an agent that causes atrophy in both male and female gonads. Male Fertility Depends On Intensity Of (sperm) Metabolism Now, a new study...
  6. haidut

    Inhibiting Aromatase (to Lower Estrogen) May Treat Gastric (stomach) Cancer

    Yet another study demonstrating the causative link between estrogen and a cancer considered to be hormone-independent. Gastric cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-deaths worldwide, and especially Asian countries. It is considered very hard to treat and most patients are diagnosed at...
  7. D

    Exemestane (Aromasin) Experiences?

    Anyone here who has tried Exemestane / Aromasin? Apparently in bodybuilding circles, it is the "mildest" Aromatase inhibitor (AI), with the least side-effects. It seems to be derived from the structure of the hormone 4-androstenedione. I'm thinking of trying it before I try letrozole, which...
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