The Truth About Gyno

Kai Palikiko           Oct. 2, 2019

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

What's going on boys? Kai here, Formula Secrets, and I want to give you an in depth look to some of the guys that I trained, specifically, the small, odd little problems that they have with, whatever their story is. Oh I have Gyno from poor hormones, awesome. Well, it's not awesome.

But it's more like poor hormones this, that, boxed up cycles, I messed up, I used to be a little bit overweight when I was a kid now have pre existing Gyno - whatever the story is, right?

This is the magic where my coaching comes in, which is the only reason why, because I want to give these guys hope, I don't want them to think that they have to get some kind of surgery, cut everything open, which is just, it's not too much of a bad experience, but at the same time, you know, if we can avoid going under the knife, like I would, right? 

Would you, would you try to do everything you can to complete avoid getting your nipples cut out, you know, getting cut up open. I just want to state, I'm not wearing a white lab coat, I am not a doctor. I'm just telling you from my personal life experiences. And at the same time for the guys that I train with, but I do not recommend any of the lifestyle choices that I am doing.

When it comes to them, that's the reason why I want to talk to you about them today, because it is a very good experience for me to talk about.

Now, some of these guys, the very first thing they said, I have Gyno, so I have to do a surgery, so I mean, I can't start anything right away, not even some kind of TRT cycle. I'm like, did you even look into Raloxifene? He was like, yeah, but how hopeful is that? ?

And I speak to a lot of people on a day to day basis from different backgrounds, hundreds of guys wanting to do TRT, hundreds of guys what's the best way to get it done? What do I do? Do I go to a clinic? Do I speak to my doctor? How do I get into TRT, because I'm experiencing all the signs that you're telling me Kai.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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Because my Gyno is huge, it looks like a size of a golf ball, I'm milking out of it. I'm trying to put a comedic value behind it, but from their point of view. 

When they're telling me their story, the moment they tell me that and they don't even find out about Raloxifene, I was like, dude, let's really look into this first. Tell me what you're feeling right now, how big is it? Are you milking? Is it itchy? Is it bad?

Let's see how far we could really feel this before we have to actually go under, you know, the knife. For the most part. I have seen plenty of - I am sorry, I've never actually stated it out loud. I've seen plenty of guy no pics before. And majority of them, they can be easily fixed with Raloxifene. 

It doesn't matter if it was prepubescent Gyno, it doesn't matter if it's from poor hormones, it doesn't matter if it was from SARMS, it doesn't matter if it's from botched up Gear cycles. Majority of the Gyno that I've seen, we were able to easily fix it. 

The only reason why it's not a reality for a majority of guys - not only that they never heard of Raloxifene, the other part of it as well is just that they didn't really think it was possible for them to get access to it, let alone actually fix it on top of that.

And I've seen really big Gyno, I'm talking about their nipples are protruding, it looks like it was hanging barely off of their chest. It just looked terrible. Literally within a month and a half into Raloxifene, the swelling already started going down, the nipples weren't itchy anymore, they weren't puffy anymore. 

They still felt that hardened tissue under it, but at least it was significantly lower. Three more months into it, I'm talking about three whole months into it from the beginning and the end, majority of these guys's Gyno, completely gone. 

It's really miraculous, because honestly, sometimes I would look at like, oh, man, I will give it a shot brother, I'm not sure if we could actually fix it, but this is pretty far into it, at least, you know, haven't done any AIs at all, no anti prolactin, you haven't taken care of it at all, but we're going to give it a shot.

It really shocks me as well of how amazing Raloxifene works. And every situation that I've seen, you know, with them, they're already giving up. In myself, sometimes I would already give up as well. But again, I always forget how powerful Raloxifene is. Worst cases before, and then now, some of these guys, completely gone. 

And they have avoided that $5,000 bill of what they would have paid for for Gyno surgery, let alone the recovery time, let alone the traumatic experience. Because I mean, if you've ever seen any type of Gyno surgery, I'm talking about they have to tape themselves up, you'll have to leave... 

It looks like they're wearing a bra for the next four months post-surgery. You know, if we could avoid that, if I could avoid that, I would as well, or at least give Raloxifene a shot. You know, just to completely get... Like I would do all my options beforehand, I would eliminate all beforehand, before I would finally get some kind of surgery.

And that's my view of anything. That's what I - I'm not saying this is what you should do, but that's what I would do, that's my personal view on everything when it comes to surgery, right? If I messed up my knee, my back, I would do everything first before like, alright, let's go under the knife, let's see what we could really do. 

I mean, you know, that's why I was suggesting to any of my friends, the guys I would train with, because again, surgery is one of those things where it can fix it, but we are stuck with a certain disability after that, you know, we could talk to any guys who's done back surgery, are they fully recovered? 

No, they're not. Same thing with knee surgeries as well. So that's why surgery is good. I am not going to say avoid surgery at all costs, no, surgery is good, it is needed, but that should be the very last, like this should be way over here as the very last line of defense, where it's just, we've tried everything, we've done all options.

And that's exactly how I view Gyno. We shouldn't be hitting the panic button either, on top of that. Some of these guys that I've spoken to, they're like, by the time they talk to me, they're like until last line of desperation, they're super desperate, they sound needy, which I understand. 

But here's what I need to tell everybody right here - For anybody out there who has Gyno, there is hope, it can be done. And it is a good possibility as well. So let's not go in with the mindset of alright, well, you know, lifestyle now, so I just want to jump in TRT now, I don't care if I have tits. 

No, like, I want you to live in the moment, I want you to be happy, especially, these guys who are suffering from Gyno, I want to be happy, I want them to be productive, I want them to be progressing as well. And having that sad attitude.

Which I understand, but again, there's always going to be hope for me, there's always gonna be hope for the guys that I do train with as well. And on top of that as well, Raloxifene is extremely powerful, it's extremely effective, and it actually works as well.

Now when it comes to the compound of Raloxifene, you know, these guys, they don't have to take any type of AI with it, there is no TUDCA to take with it, there is no some kind of prerequisite that they have to do. But let me just state this because I do want to be direct with you as well. 

With some of the guys that I trained with, they did have zero other options, they actually had to go to the final step of actually getting surgery because they just let this botched up cycles that they did about eight years ago come to full fruition of their Gyno.

Raloxifene just could not help them. They've tried it for six months, seven months. I mean there is a certain limit when it comes to this stuff as well. It is magical but it can't really perform, you know, impossible tasks either. 

There has to be a fine line to it, but for most people it can fix their Gyno, and I do want them to have some kind of hope that it actually does work. But there again, like I said before, there is a limit when it comes to that stuff too. But again from my experience, yeah, it was only a few a few guys.  

The last part that I do want to assess this with - if we don't have Gyno let's not panic. Wait wait wait, I feel a little bit of itchiness. Maybe our skin is just dry. Let's not hit the panic button, I need Raloxifene right now, oh my god. Let's get a good grip, let's be men about this.

The other part too, just because our nipples got hard, like let me play with my nipples a little bit now. They're hard a little bit, that doesn't mean I have Gyno. Real Gyno, if I were to have it, I would know. There a big difference then, it's a little bit cold outside. 

I just jumped in the pool, it's a little bit nippy, now my nipples are a little bit cold and a little bit hard. That does not equate to Gyno. And I know that this has nothing to do with the topic, but I just want to state this - We as men, the moment we are a little bit insecure about our nipples, thinking that we have Gyno, we play with it too much. 

So for all the guys out there constantly checking up, playing with their stuff - Stop doing that, don't do this all day, every day, stop doing that. Unless you truly like it, then go for it, I guess, I don't know. But the more we start squeezing it and all that stuff.

Some of us just have natural big nipples. And I am not trying to be comedic about this, but when it comes to the size, some guys just have big areola, some guys just have weird, you know, different types of nipples. That doesn't necessarily mean that they have Gyno, that's just genetics.

So hit the comment section right down below, tell us your experience of Raloxifene, see how you managed it, the results that you get out of it.

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