Clomid is a Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators or SERM’s with attributes that stimulate and increase the production of gonadotropins. Gonadotropins are protein based hormones that largely derive from the cells of the pituitary gland and are essential for a properly functioning endocrine system. Clomid was developed for the purpose of ovarian stimulation, however, because it stimulates all gonadotropins its can be used as part of a post cycle recovery plan.
While Clomid wont reduce the amount of estrogen in the body it will block it from attaching to the receptors and often prevent negative side-effects. People who are more sensitive to estrogenic side-effects will often find Clomid not strong enough as it doesnt actually reduce the amount of estrogen in the body. To reduce estrogen as well as block it from attaching stronger medication is often needed and aromatase inhibitor such as Arimidex or Letrozole should be considered.
Clomid acts to stimulate gonadotropins which creates natural testosterone production which helps to preserve the gains made while on a cycle of anabolic steroids.
DOSAGE & INSTRUCTIONS
Following your steroid cycle, a PCT cycle using Clomid should run for at a minimum of 4 weeks. 4 – 6 weeks is considered the standard. For most people, 4 weeks of PCT is normally enough to stimulate testosterone function.
Start at a higher dosage at the start of your PCT. Decrease as you work through your post cycle therapy period.
Example of 6-week Clomid PCT; run Clomid at 150mg for two weeks, drop to 100mg for 2 weeks, followed by 50mg for the last two weeks of PCT.
- Flushing of the face
- Nasal congestion
- Upset stomach
- Muscle and back pain
Please we urge you to contact your physician and do thorough research before starting any type of diet, exercise program, supplement program, drug therapy or if you feel that you may have an existing medical condition.
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