This is my second time using this particular Lab. I've previous positive experience with Sis (when formerly known as Infiniti Labs) Anavar, so my expectations were some what inflated:)
Firstly, I was really impressed by the immaculate packaging of this product, which shows how much effort went into its manufacturing and marketing. I ran this product at a weekly dose of 400mg, in conjunction with Mast e and Test. Prior to introducing Sis Tren e into my current cycle, I was already using a different Labs Tren at a slightly higher dose of 500mg weekly. To be honest, I did not notice any difference, even when running Sis Tren e at a slightly lowered dose of 400mg for 5 weeks in total. I continued with making strength gains with a noticeable reduction in body fat, even though my diet wasn't always on point. I have had no adverse effects from the Tren, unless if you want to include night sweats. Overall, I am very satisfied with the results I got from use of this product.
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Mechanism of action
COCs prevent fertilization and, therefore, qualify as contraceptives. There is no significant evidence that they work after fertilization. The progestins in all COCs provide most of the contraceptive effect by suppressing ovulation and thickening cervical mucus, although the estrogens also make a small contribution to ovulation suppression. Cycle control is enhanced by the estrogen.
Because COCs so effectively suppress ovulation and block ascent of sperm into the upper genital tract, the potential impact on endometrial receptivity to implantation is almost academic. When the two primary mechanisms fail, the fact that pregnancy occurs despite the endometrial changes demonstrates that those endometrial changes do not significantly contribute to the pill's mechanism of action.