In this article, we will go through why RAD 140 gyno happens, how to stop it from happening and what to do if it does occur.
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Does RAD 140 Cause Gyno
RAD 140 has the ability of causing gyno, since it causes moderate testosterone suppression.
In return, this equates to less testosterone floating in your body, while your estrogen remains on the same level.
This is what we like to call estrogen dominance.
When you’re in such a state, you’re more likely to suffer from a myriad of side effects, including gyno.
As a matter of fact, most bodybuilders won’t skew their estrogen levels to the point where gyno occurs.
However, it still remains a possibility, especially if you’re prone to it.
Chances of Gyno From RAD 140
According to anecdotal reports, gyno from RAD 140 is fairly rare but still happens to around 15% of all users.
This means that nearly 1 in 6 people taking RAD 140 will suffer from gyno at some point during their cycle.
Gyno itself has a strong effect on the user; from body image issues to shame and shock at what is happening to their body.
That’s why it’s important to acquaint yourself with the risks and dangers associated with RAD 140 usage.
Precaution To Take Against RAD 140 Gyno
The first and biggest precaution against RAD 140 gyno would have to be PCT.
As previously stated, so many bodybuilders simply skip this step, thinking just because they feel good after their cycle, that it’s unnecessary.
From my experience, you can feel like a million dollars one day and wake up a shell of your former self the next day.
This especially applies to strong SARMs like RAD 140 which cause a hormonal disbalance in the body.
I’ve attached a full guide on how to do PCT after RAD 140 at the beginning of the article, be sure to check it out.
Next thing is pure products.
Many people will tell you this doesn’t matter as much but judging from all the side effects of impure SARMs, I beg to disagree.
Ensure you’re getting the best and purest SARMs out there by visiting my recommended companies.
Moving on, your RAD 140 dosage has to be on point.
I can’t count how many times newbies to SARMs will just take 30 or even 40mgs per day, completely disregarding all safety protocols.
While SARMs do increase testosterone levels in a dose-dependent manner, they also harbor side effects in the same way.
Please keep that in mind before upping your dosage.
Lastly, let’s talk a bit about aromatase inhibitors.
I’m not a huge fan of them, they have a lot of side effects and their overall effectiveness is questionable.
It’s not that they don’t work but it’s very hard to gouge an effective dosage on an individual basis, you would need a blood test for that.
In my YK11 Gyno article, I mention that Arimistane is a good addition to your cycle but it’s not necessary with RAD 140.
In all actuality, it might do more harm than good.
What To Do If Gyno Happens On RAD 140
If you’re one of the unfortunate ones to get gyno during or after a RAD 140 cycle, don’t fret.
I know your first instinct will be to panic but with proper care, you’ll get rid of it in no time.
First thing to do is to completely stop your RAD 140 cycle; it’s clear that your body isn’t tolerating the SARM as it should.
You have to respect that and act accordingly, lowering your dosage is a possibility for Ostarine gyno but I wouldn’t play around with RAD 140.
Next thing you should do is immediately hop on PCT.
In this case, you’ll use Clomid for four weeks, adjusting your dosage at the two-week mark.
It’s all written in the aforementioned tutorial, so be sure to read it as well.
Finally, the step many bodybuilders find the hardest is to just wait.
Your gyno will go away in four weeks of PCT and if it doesn’t, wait for a few more weeks and it should be gone.
SARMs don’t cause permanent gyno, just be patient and follow the instructions above.
You should respect RAD 140 as the behemoth it is.
Failing to do so may cause RAD 140 gyno and a myriad of other problems.
I hope this article has been instructive, let me know if you’ve had any bad experiences in the comment section below.