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Puffy nipple, clear discharge. Stopped taking anabolic steroids. How can I reverse this?

Ive just come off a 2 compound anabolic steroid , and now that I m about 2 1/2 weeks into my post. The problem is my right nipple has developed slight Gyno . It s just a bit puffy and it feels like it has discharge but it s very minimal and clear. At first I thought it was just sweat. How can I reverse this? Like I said I m already 2 1/2 weeks into my post and I m taking via toms that are supposed to regulate my hormone levels and prostate It s just considered a product for athletic and physically active men called Complete Active. Any suggestions on how to reverse this Gyno?
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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I really appreciate your concern and from the history given here I could say that if this is the effect of anabolic steroid then you have to wait for some time to eliminate the effect of steroid else for the quick result you can not do any thing, for better advise you can see the endocrinologist, take care and have a nice day.
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