Promifen - 50MG - 50T
Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) belongs to a category and class of drugs known as selective Estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs). Selective Estrogen receptor modulators belong to an even broader class of drugs known as anti-estrogens. The other subcategory of drug under the anti-estrogens category is known as aromatase inhibitors (AIs), such as Aromasin (Exemestane) and Arimidex (Anastrozole). AIs and SERMs make up anti-estrogens. Aromatase inhibitors differ greatly from SERMs in their action and how they deal with the issues of estrogen control. The misunderstanding that SERMs, such as Nolvadex and Clomid, serve to lower estrogen levels must first be addressed before delving into any further details.
For anabolic steroid using athletes and bodybuilders that are for the most part males, Clomid can serve as an effective anti-Estrogen for the purpose of mitigating one particular unwanted side effect of Estrogen as a result of the use of aromatizable anabolic steroids (such as Testosterone, Dianabol, Boldenone, etc.). This particular unwanted side effect is that of gynecomastia, which refers to the development of breast tissue resulting from excess Estrogen levels in body. Because of Clomid’s Estrogen antagonistic effects on the hypothalamus resulting in the increased production of gonadotropins LH and FSH, Clomid can effectively be utilized to increase endogenous Testosterone production in males. This is especially important for anabolic steroid using individuals that wish to restore proper hormonal function during the weeks following the conclusion of an anabolic steroid cycle, a period known as PCT (Post Cycle Therpay). The traditional protocol for such a use is that of a combination of Nolvadex, Clomid, and HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) for the duration of several weeks, and although much better more modern protocols have been developed, this long-standing traditional PCT protocol is still effective.
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