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  • Letro 2.5mg, Xeno

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  • Substance: Letrozole
  • Active Dosage: 2.5mg/tablet
  • Form: 30 tablets x 2.5mg
  • Category: Oral
  • Classification: Non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor
  • Half Life: 2 days
  • Dosage: 0.5 - 2.5 mg/day
  • Acne: No
  • Water Retention: No
  • HBR: No
  • Aromatization: No
  • Hepatoxity: No
  • Alternative names:  Femara, AI, Letro


Letrozole and fatigue

No athlete or bodybuilder wants to experience a noticeable onset of fatigue and a general lack of energy if they take Letrozole at too high of a dosage. This is just one more reason why it's crucial to choose the lowest possible dose that still delivers the intended benefits without triggering any unwanted effects that could seriously impact your performance and results and outweigh any potential benefits Letrozole might bring.


Alcohol and Letrozole

Alcohol is a well-known performance decreaser, health hazard, liver stressor, and so many more negative things that no serious bodybuilder or athlete wants to do. There are interactions between alcohol and medications that are very possible.

The risk of headaches and nausea can be increased by drinking alcohol alongside the use of Letrozole, as both substances individually can cause these effects. When combined, these issues can become more pronounced.


Clomid VS Letrozole

Steroid users also frequently take Clomid (clomiphene citrate) The selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) of Clomid differs from Letrozole, an aromatase inhibitor. It's impossible to say one drug is better than the other because they're both very effective.

Letrozole is possibly the best at controlling estrogen symptoms while you're on a steroid cycle, while Clomid is a standard choice for PCT use. Water retention control and gyno can be achieved with Letrozole, which effectively lowers overall estrogen, while Clomid specifically targets breast tissue.

The better hormonal balance for restoring your normal testosterone production after a steroid cycle is provided by Clomid, which does not suppress overall estrogen levels like Letrozole does. Letrozole is considered to be too powerful as an estrogen-reduction drug to be a good choice for PCT.


Letrozole and hair loss

Women who have taken Letrozole for breast cancer treatment have reported hair loss – this is a normal side effect for women whose estrogen levels have plummeted. This is not known to be an issue for male steroid users who take Letrozole, and hair loss is a much larger concern with the steroids themselves, of which some can stimulate male pattern baldness because of an increase in dihydrotestosterone (DHT) as an estrogen


When is the best time to take Letro?

There is no specific time when Letrozole should be taken. For health reasons, it's taken either in the morning or at night. You should take your daily dose at a certain time each day or every other day, depending on how much you like. For maximum estrogen control, you are maintaining a balanced level of the drug in your system

Letrozole has a half-life of two days, and many steroid users will find that taking it every second day is the best way to get results and also to avoid any possible negative effects from this potent aromatase inhibitor.


Letrozole and cholesterol

The majority of drugs that inhibit aromatase will pose a risk to cholesterol health, lowering good cholesterol while elevating bad cholesterol. This is partly due to the lowering of estrogen, a hormone that plays a role in maintaining cholesterol health. The highest risk of this happening comes from taking too much Letrozole, but most steroid users will only be taking it in small doses and for brief periods of time.

There have been no conclusive studies on the impacts of Letrozole on cholesterol. One study found that cholesterol levels rose after women used Letrozole for six months, but returned to normal when the drug was stopped. Women on Letrozole for several years did not show any effects on cholesterol, according to another study.

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Letro 2.5mg, Xeno

  • Brand: XENO Labs
  • Product Code: xeno21
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $59.00

  • Ex Tax: $59.00

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