Clomid is a drug given to women for use as a fertility aid. Clomid, however, is much weaker than Nolvadex
in a mg for mg comparison, with roughly 150mgs of Clomid being equal to 20mgs of Nolvadex (1). It should
be noted, however, that 150mgs of Clomid will still raise to approximately 150% of baseline value(1). You
don´t have to use 150mgs, however; In my research, I´ve found that doses as low as 50mgs will show
improvements and elevations In fact, my original Post-Cycle-Therapy regime (as suggested by Dan
Duchaine in the original Underground Steroid Handbook) was 100mgs per day for a week and 50mgs/day
for a week. Don´t laugh& for the late 90´s, when most anabolic steroid users didn´t even know how to use
Clomid, it was considered a "state of the art" PCT routine. I suspect that Duchaine originally introduced
this compound to the steroid using community.
Clomid, just like Nolvadex, is very safe for long term treatment of lowered with some studies showing its
safety and efficacy for up to four months. And post-cycle, when steroid users are suffering form lowered ,
is when Clomid is most effective.
Clomifene citrate is a recommended treatment for ovulation disorders caused by problems such as polycy
stic ovaries or polycystic ovary syndrome (NCCWCH 2013:18). It may be used on its own or in combinatio
n with another drug called metformin, which you take daily in several doses (NCCWCH 2013:147-8). It
be used in some cases of unexplained infertility. However, it's no longer recommended for thi
s, as there's a lack of evidence that it makes any difference compared to trying to get pregnant naturally (
Hughes et al 2010, NCCWCH 2013:18).
Clomifene citrate may also be used in cases of unexplained infertility (NCCWCH 2004: 58), although there'
s a lack of evidence that it really helps (Hughes et al 2010). Clomifene citrate blocks the effect of the horm
one oestrogen in your body. This blocking effect tricks your body into bumping up levels of two other horm
ones that are essential for ovulation. These two other hormones are:
follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
luteinising hormone (LH)
FSH causes the eggs in your ovaries to ripen, ready for release. LH triggers the release of one or more m
ature eggs from the ovary follicles. The egg or eggs then move down into one of your fallopian tubes.
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