Letrozole has been used for ovarian stimulation by fertility doctors since 2001 because it has fewer side-effects than Clomiphene (Clomid) and less chances of multiple gestation. The anti-estrogen action of Letrozole has been shown to be useful in pretreatment for termination of pregnancy, in combination with Misoprostol. It can be used in place of Mifepristone, which is expensive and unavailable in many countries.
For anabolic steroid users however, Letrozole is commonly used as a treatment for gynecomastia and testicular shrinkage although it is probably most effective at this if caught in an early stage (such as in users of anabolic steroids). Some studies have shown that Letrozole can be used to promote spermatogenesis in male patients suffering from non obstructive Azoospermia and as such Letrozole is a valuable addition to any PCT cycle.
Letro 2.5mg has 60 capsules/pouch.
|Each capsule contains:|
|Packing: 60 units in a sealed pouch||BP|
Dosage and administration:
Half life 48 hours
10-100mg per day or as required by your PCT cycle
Average Cycle Length: 2-6weeks
Anabolic #: NA
Androgenic #: NA
Oral Bioavailability: Estimated at 90%
CAS Name: 4,4-((1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl)methylene)-dibenzonitrile
Synonyms: Letrozole, Femara, PCT
Bone weakness has been associated with anastrozole. Women who switched to anastrozole after two years on tamoxifen reported twice as many fractures as those who continued to take tamoxifen (2.1% compared to 1%). Bisphosphonates are sometimes prescribed to prevent the osteoporosis induced by aromatase inhibitors. The level of circulating estradiol is likely causal here and not the anastrozole itself, and so the dose will determine likelihood of osteoporosis (estradiol inhibits osteoclasts, which resorb bone).