Exemestane - Aromasin

Exemestane (most common brand name – Aromasin) is an Aromatase Inhibitor (AI). Therefore, this is an anti-estrogen.

Exemestane available forms are as a tablet or as an oral solution.

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Aromasin (Exemestane) is helpful in controlling estrogen related issues. In medical issues, it’s used for treating breast cancer in postmenopausal women. But there may be other uses of Exemestane except for treating estrogen receptor positive breast cancer in postmenopausal women. It is also a popular choice among men who suffer from high estrogen related issues. When men are using various Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) or due to other health issues, estrogen levels may rise above the normal range. Too high estrogen levels might cause negative side effects. Exemestane inhibits aromatization. This is the process of converting testosterone into estrogen. This lowers total estrogen levels in the user.

Unlike Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) that selectively bind to estrogen receptors and inactivates them, Exemestane is a suicidal Aromatase Inhibitor (AI). It lowers total estrogen levels by reducing aromatization. And unlike other AIs, it’s a suicidal AI. This means that as soon as it binds to aromatase enzymes, it permanently disables the enzyme by destroying it. Therefore, this product is effective among those who search for ways to lower estrogen levels. Especially if you’re afraid of estrogen rebound that’s likely to occur with other AIs as soon as you stop their use. It’s sometimes used for Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) protocols too as a result of lowering estrogen.

However, it can be a poor choice for PCT as it can lower estrogen too much. Yet, it’s still the best choice out of all other AIs for a PCT plan in case estrogen spikes. Anyway, it’s an extremely popular medication for those who suffer from fluid retention or erectile dysfunction caused by high estrogen, gynecomastia, or other estrogenic problems.

That’s the biggest reason why Exemestane (Aromasin) is popular among men using PEDs (Performance Enhancing Drugs). For lowering estrogen and preventing/treating estrogen-related symptoms. It binds to aromatase enzymes permanently disabling them. It could be helpful if you previously suffered from estrogen rebound with other AIs. Might as well use it for PCT plans.

Nevertheless, in medical settings, the drug is mainly offered to postmenopausal women for preventing and treating breast cancer. Might be helpful for other health conditions too.