One weird use of the HCG Hormone – part of every Post Cycle Therapy (steroids)

Some of you may not have known this, however when a person starts using steroids, once he finishes his steroid cycle the amount of his natural testosterone is very low and in order to keep the precious muscles he got during the cycle they should do a Post Cycle Therapy, or shortly PCT. This is inevitable with every steroid cycle.
Human Chronionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone that mimics the luteinizing hormone in men. The luteinizing hormone (LH) is the hormone that tells your testes to produce testosterone. And when you use the HCG hormone, the main function of it is to keep your nuts in good size (to prevent them from shrinking) and produce testosterone.
When it comes to Post Cycle Therapy it is said that the HCG Hormone is superior to anything else out there. The HCG Hormone helps bring back testosterone production in men really fast.
So, if you want to get your testosterone levels back, and your balls to normal size than you should start using the HCG Hormone as soon as you stop your steroid cycle.

Another one that everyone should use is Nolvadex. It is an aromatase inhibitor which means it helps with lowering your estrogen levels after the cycle. It should always be used after a steroid cycle to lower the estrogen levels so you prevent gynecomastia and other similar problems of high estrogen. You do want some estrogen but not too much in order to function properly.

Nolvadex should be used carefully however and with proper research of doses because it could really mess your joints and give you bad gynecomastia (female breast tissue). But, it can also prevent gyno after the cycle so it is a must.

Being careful during a steroid cycle and having a good Post Cycle Therapy plan is a must for everyone. In order to prevent big side effects such as hair loss or female breast tissue everyone should be prepared before and after the cycle and to take certain measures when needed.

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