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Anti-Estrogens: mATD

This is the 17aMethyl version of ATD.  It could, in theory, have androgenic effects and we have no way of knowing if it actually reduces estrogen.  This product can also cause liver stress and should probably be avoided until there is more research on this item.  Most likely, it has some minor direct androgenic effect, which is why the companies selling it are trying to sneak it in as an anti-estrogen.  The reality is that there are much better pro-hormones on the market if you want to really take an androgenic product. So, taking methyl-ATD isn’t really worthwhile as a prohormone nor an anti-estrogen. There is also some confusion whether this product was introduced as a 4,6 diene or a 1,4,6 triene, which isn’t a big deal since they have similar activity and function. Use of this product will most certinly make you test positive for the steroid better known as Dianabol. Synonyms:  17a-Methyl-5a- Dehydro-Etiocholan-4,6-Dien-3-One- 17-Ol

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