For many men, the real risk of gynecomastia occurs once the steroid cycle has ended. This is because anabolic steroids suppress the male body’s ability to produce testosterone on its own. Without the use of medications to help facilitate that steroid production, the estrogen-to-testosterone ratio becomes too high, and gynecomastia may result. Following a cycle with AAS, it is vital to use a medication called a SERM, or Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator, like Nolvadex or Clomid. These medications help to ensure that the body gets just the right amount of estrogen – not too much or too little. These medications will also help to facilitate testosterone production, thereby reliving some of the risk, as well.
Clenbuterol will cause your body temperature to rise a half degree or so. This is because your body is burning more energy from fat. You won’t feel uncomfortable with the temperature change. This is not a drug for long term use as the effectiveness of it will diminish over time. The length of time it will be effective depends on the individual but it is likely to be from 4-6 weeks. A sign that it is no longer working is that your body temperature returns to normal. Increasing the dose won’t help. You can try to stop using it for a few weeks and then try it again.