i agree 100% with j223, dealing with gyno comes before everything else and that matt is steering you the wrong direction. nolva will stop the gyno for gettng any worse, but if you add dbol into the mix you're in trouble bro - it aromatizes at an incredibly high rate, so it would probably make things worse. sure nolva will block the estro effects, but it wont stop test from converting to estro - for that you need an ai. i dont know anything about letro's dosing protocol so i cant speak on that, but couldnt agree more that you should order some if you havent already ... if the gyno gets worse you're gonna need it! better be safe then sorry cause you took a shortcut and temporary fix with nolva.
Due to the need for a strong PCT and Aromasin carrying extremely strong natural testosterone stimulating properties, this makes it very appealing for this purpose. Due to the slight androgenic nature and moderately decent promotion of IGF-1 this makes it even more appealing. However, we must consider the primary purpose of Aromasin, which is as an anti-estrogen. High levels of estrogen can be problematic, but the hormone is still necessary to our body’s health. It is important in maintaining a proper immune system, as well as in the maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels. Then consider the PCT, which in part is primarily designed to stimulate natural testosterone production, but the overall primary point is to normalize the body. We cannot normalize with low estrogen levels. For a proper PCT that not only stimulates testosterone production but promotes overall normalization, SERM’s should always be your first choice.
For the treatment of Gynecomastia , the immediate use of a SERM (such as Nolvadex at 40mg/day) is necessary alongside the immediate full-dose use of an aromatase inhibitor (such as Aromasin at 25mg/day). The SERM should effectively be able to block the activity of Estrogen at the cellular level while the AI serves to reduce total circulating levels of Estrogen in the body. Note that this will only prevent or reduce Gynecomastia if it has not progressed beyond the second stage. If full Gynecomastia development has resulted by the time treatment has begun, then the chances become more likely that surgery is the only possible solution for removal of gyno.