if you can share the details as to how to do that it might help some of the other guys from the UK
Citizens in uk cant get a license, its a swedish thing only to give access to medication approved in other countries.
I have 2 medications on license and the most difficult thing is to find a doctor willing to write a letter and motivate why no other drug on the market will do, the letter is then sent in by a pharmacy to läkemedelsverket(drug administration), if its approved then the pharmacy can sell it.
The license is at most approved for 1 year at a time with a specific max dosage, if i get a new doctor i need a new license, if i move and cant use my old pharmacy i need to apply for a new license with my new pharmacy.
What is probably happening is that your E2 is in range for only part of the cycle. If you keep a steady dose of Arimidex, you are pushing it very low by the end of the cycle, because your T is dropping.
just a thought
Have not used arimidex since last week to see what happens and so far im leaning towards too low e2, if i dont encounter any problems i wont use arimidex until next injection end of january.