ARIDEX

Aridex is a post cycle steroid manufactured by Gen Shi Labs, used for the treatment of advanced breast cancer after surgery. It is a strong and selective non-steroidal aromatase (Arimidex) inhibitor. It is used to terminate the progression of cancer arising in post-menopausal women.

Aridex acts via blocking the production of estrogen, subsequently blocking the enzyme aromatase. It is an assumption that the progression of breast cancer can be halted by reducing the amount of estrogen in the body.

The effects of Aridex can be quite vivid to say the least. In treated patients, a daily dose of one tablet can produce estrogen repression greater than 80%.

Aridex has shown great potential for male athlete. Beyond this point, drugs like Proviron and Nolvadex have been weapons against excess estrogen. In combination, these drugs have proved to be quite effective. If a person takes single tablet daily, the same dose clinically, seems to be all one needs for an excellent effect. Some women get excellent results even only with 0.25 mg daily.

Any estrogen related side effects can be prevented by taking 5 mg drug per day. When doses were increased by 1 mgs per day there was no decrease in the amount of estrogen as compared to 5 mgs per day dosage. It should be noted that in theory if one was to consistently suppress your natural estrogen levels for a long period of time, this would negatively impact your health. Despite this there is no scientific evidence that anastrozole can be dangerous for healthy individuals to use, even for extended periods of time.

Aridex is seemingly very gentle on blood lipids (cholesterol) and has not been shown to affect them unfavorably. Aridex has very little negative effects as compared to its use.

Side Effects

  • weakness, hot flashes;
  • joint pain or stiffness
  • bone pain ,sore throat, headache, back pain;
  • sleep problems (insomnia);depression, mood changes
  • nausea, vomiting

Who should not use Arimidex?

  • If you are allergic to anastrozole or any ingredients of the medication
  • are pregnant
  • are breast-feeding