There are usually a lot of questions regarding the stacking of Dianabol with other steroids, use of aromatase inhibitors, etc. when cycling. This article specifically is intended to discuss the use of Dianabol and estrogen blockers. Naturally, there are always going to be concerns about side effects and hepatoxic reactions when using any drug from Tylenol to letrozole, but it is possible to use an aromatase inhibitor like letrozole or anastrozole (Arimidex) to correct estrogen conversion issues without seeing side effects to the liver.
However, an aromatase inhibitor can be used safely when its use is limited to 8 weeks or less with an off period of four weeks. Rule of thumb: the off period should be at least one-half that of the period of use. So if you use Dianabol for a 6 week period, there should be 3 weeks or more where nothing is used.
Note: anabolic steroid cycles should always be a part of a larger program that has post cycle therapy (PCT) that employs treatments of toremifene, Nolvadex, or Clomid in order to give the body a rest and make the cycle more effective.
Concerning the Use of Estrogen Blockers
Although most people are able to use an estrogen blocker safely and without side effects, some are not. Warning signs of an adverse reaction to an estrogen blocker include: nausea, weight gain, dizziness, night sweats, and hot flashes. If this should occur, contact the prescribing physician.
Everyone’s body is different and this should always be taken into consideration in any program that is begun, whether it is for bulking as we often discuss or even weight loss. The fact is some people do have serious side effects when using these drugs, and those side effects can include dangerous physical developments such as blood clots or tumors of the reproductive organs.
In most cases, however, the side effects are either mild or non-existent, decreasing over times to negligible levels as the body adapts to the medication. Some of the milder symptoms can be overcome simply by eating food or drinking milk with these medications.