The proper use of the ancillaries is just as important as the Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) itself. Sure, you can do Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) cycles and never use ancillaries. If you can put up with gyno, fat accumulation, and water bloat, you will derive maximum benefit from your AAS. Most of us are not rich enough to go through the surgeries needed to repair the permanent damage caused by the AAS. Most of us are not competing and winning competitions supplying us with enough money to justify the risks on not using ancillaries. So, for the most part, most of us need to use ancillaries. For Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) that aromatize into estrogen, we need antiestrogens. Aromasin, Femara, and Arimidex all reduce the amount of estrogen produced by inhibiting the enzyme aromatase. Unfortunately, both Femara and arimidex negatively affect your lipid profile (lows HDL and raises LDL).
Aromasin is the best inhibitor. Since everybody is different, some prefer one antiestrogen over the other. The point being, include the antiestrogen in your Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) cycle. Now, if you are using DECA or FINA/TREN or other prolactin/progesterone raising AAS, then you should consider using Dostinex to avoid sides of impotence, gyno/lactation. Dostinex is the drug of choice of lowering prolactin levels. It has virtually no sides and dosing is easy.
I am in the group that believes that rHGH should be a part of everybody’s program. Tons of info have been posted about the benefits of rHGH. The two sides of rHGH, hypothyroidism and insulin resistance, need to be addressed. Hgh-induced hypothyroidism can be overcome with Armour Thyroid. It is a blend of T3 and T4. It is kinder to the thyroid and easier to dose than cytomel. Although I have advocated using Avandia to overcome HGH-induced insulin resistance, I feel that diet is a better way to combat this problem. A high protein, moderate “clean” carb, low clean fat diet seems to work. All of these ancillaries, including affordable HGH, are readily available. Please email me if you have questions about ancillaries.