Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) is an anti-estrogen which is very effective for treating patients with low levels of testosterone. The medicine can cause a significant increase in the natural production of testosterone in the body. It does this by increasing the supply of those hormones which play an important part in the body’s natural testosterone production process. Clomid can also be very effective in preventing Gyno and others kinds of AAS side effects. However, it is mostly used as an anti-estrogen in Post Cycle Therpay (PCT). The functioning of Clomid is not very different from other anti-estrogen medications, such as Nolvadex. It is very effective in dramatically increasing the creation of testosterone in the patient’s testies which is similar to what Nolvadex is used for.
What is Clomid used for?
Clomid can be used for several beneficial purposes. Some of its major uses are:
- To safeguard the patient from AAS side effects
- It is used in Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) treatments
- It decreases the level of cholesterol in the body.
- It makes the bones stronger by improving density
- The medicine is used to boost the natural testosterone creation rate in the body
- Clomid is also used for the prevention of gynocomastia
Clomid, HCG, and Nolvadex can be combined to form a very potent weapon for the elimination of estrogen related side effects.
What the main benefits of using Clomid?
The following are some of the main benefits that patients can derive from the use of Clomid:
- It serves as an anti-estrogen
- It prevents theoccurrence of gynocomastia
- It leads to an in increasein FSH and LH. This helps raise the testosterone level in the body.
How does Clomid work?
Clomid yields good results without many side effects. It is primarily used as a fertility drug to help women having difficulty getting pregnant. The medicine is very effective in inducing ovulation and doctors usually prescribe it to women who are not ovulating on a regular monthly cycle. Clomid is excessively used for In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and helps enhance the production of eggs in females. The medicine induces ovulation by making the pituitary gland secrete more Follicle-Stimulating Hormones (FSH) which are responsible for facilitating the growth of the egg containing ovarian follicies. This ultimately leads to the production of estrogen.
When should Clomid be used?
The use of Clomid is most effective at the end of the patient’s cycle in a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) plan.
What are the usual Clomid Cycles?
The patient should start off the cycle with a dosage of 150 mg and maintain it for 2 weeks. In the third and fourth weeks, the dosage should be reduced to 100mg.