Primobolan stacked with anavar

3) The anavar/primo stack doesn't seem to be favored, especially since primo is better stacked with a testosterone, which will yield more gains, as well as fending off the erectile dysfunction that would result from an androgen-light primo cycle. I'm gonna be really honest with you, Rustyhooker, I'm scared of testosterone. I had a bad experience ten years ago where my balls disappeared for a good while. I'm scared of test's sides and the crash. In lieu of test, how do you think a milder drug like equipoise would work? Would it fend off erectile dysfunction like test would?

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Primobolan stacked with anavar

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