The great news is that, like John, patience is the answer. Except, even BETTER, is that I never went on medication. We just kept trying and using lube and one day he suggested we watch porn together. And since that day I’ve felt like my 16-year-old self (I’m 24 now). Yes it sucks and, if you haven’t taken Accutane, then don’t. But to those who have, don’t worry. All is not lost and it’s not permanent!! Just don’t give up. Because giving up is giving in, and you are NOT going to accept a life with no libido!! You can do it 😉
I think the word you’re tripping over here is”chisel”, you seem to assume I’m saying that I’m saying “if you get down to 2% body fat you will have a brick jaw”. Which is not correct in the least. I’m saying that removing fat from your body means you also remove fat from your face (chisels- they subtract matter). You won’t have round, soft, smooth, childlike curves, your cheek bones will likely be more pronounced or gaunt, and you’ll be able to see more of the underlying structure of the head because there won’t be a layer of baby fat filling in the crevices.
Anastrozole has no harsh side effects. Actually, affecting estradiol, it can suppress the level of the good cholesterol (HDL). However, when compared to AI like letrozole, anastrozole is preferable. Letrozole has quite a few side effects, the most common of which is erectile dysfunction. Although estradiol is known as a female hormone, men still need it. Estradiol maintains hormonal balance, participates in a great number of physiological processes and helps to gain muscle mass and strength. Such potent AI as letrozole kills almost all estradiol, disrupting the hormonal balance and causing a number of side effects, such as erectile dysfunction, joint pain, bones fragility, unwellness, etc. Anastrozole acts more smoothly and does not kill all estradiol immediately, allowing you to more finely adjust the hormonal balance.