Have you run one or more steroid cycles and noticed and abnormal size increase of your breast? Chances are that you will answer “yes” ,you are not alone in this situation.The percentage of individuals complaining about dealing with gyno side effects is quite high,gyno thread is almost all the time the FAQ people use to talk about.

Therefore, you are wondering whether you will or not be able to use anabolics.And if you decided to go with it, than what AAS should be taken and which one avoided, what’s the best path of administration to get best results and what anti-aromatase must be made a part of your steroid cycle?

Opinions shared here are based on experiences of many steroids users,hope it’s helpful for you guys.

Gynecomastia is caused by the excess increase in estrogen (the female hormone) and/or a decrease in testosterone (the male hormone), making the breast tissue to grow. Even so, a big number of men have gyno developed during puberty but they do not know about this.Nipple soreness is usually one of the first and earliest warning signs that reveal a gyno problem and immediate actions have to be taken. In other cases, there’s the use of anabolics that trigger the occurrence of gyno, such as Dianabol.

Best steroid cycles for gyno prone people

Being gyno prone does not mean the end of supplementing. As we said you will need to keep a close eye on your estrogen level and choose your AAS more carefully. The below list will definitely be of help.

The strongest anti-aromatase injectable anabolics that will not give you gyno are:




Equipoise(Boldenone Undecylenate, slight aromatization, but worth trying).

Oral least androgenic non-aromatizing steroids are:


Turinabol (Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone )


Based on your final goals (muscle building or cutting effect) mixing one of the aforementioned injectable&oral and adding Nolvadex or/and Arimidex beginning with 14 days of the last shot would not only promote great results but also keep you safe of gyno.

How about testosterone, should you exclude it at all? No, you can still cycle a test-based stuck and should be out of any gyno problems if you run Proviron (50mg ED) or/and Letrozole (50mg ED) alongside.

What else can you do to reduce the chances of gyno occurrence? Lowering the dosage is a well-known method of safe cycling. Reduce the amount of anabolics in your stuck and even the cycle duration – short steroid cycle are the solution in this case. While the results may not be as you expected, it’s still better to know you safe than going as far as being put under a breast reduction surgery.

Do you have to stop aromatizing steroids use if you are prone to gyno?

No, you can still take aromatizing steroids with condition that you will keep estrogen level on normal limits and do not allow to go lower than 20’s pg/mL. This can be achieved through the use of anti-aromatases drugs such as Arimidex (Anastrozole), Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate), Femara (Letrozole), HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) or Nolvadex.

For those having already gyno would be better to avoid use of highly estrogenic steroids., such as Dianabol,Anadrol,Testosterone and Deca,at least for a while until your estrogen level reaches normal limits.


Gynecomastia is one the most unpleasant side effects of AAS use, but there are ways to keep it under control. That’s why gyno prone people should not be considered out of steroid use.They can still rely on anabolics to build up muscle or burn fat. As many use to think, avoiding aromatizing steroids ( which usually are the most powerful one) is not always the solution.

You can still run such cycles but you have to pay big attention to your estrogen level – keeping it in normal limits is of tremendous importance for staying safe of gyno. This can be achieved through the use of antiestrogens drugs, such as Arimidex, Clomid, Letrozole or Nolvadex. But if you know yourself to be very prone to gyno and want to exclude from the start any gyno problem than combining one of the least anti-aromatase AAS mentioned above will be of help to you.