Active Substance: Clomiphene Citrate
Names: Clomed, Clomid, Serophene.
Clomed or Clomid is a non-steroidal medication that is used to treat infertility in women who have problems with ovulation. Steroids users use it to treat the estrogen side effects that sometimes are caused by the AAS or in the Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) to stimulate the production of testosterone that it is suppressed due to the use of anabolic steroids.
It is very similar to Tamoxifen, a very popular product too and both products have almost the same effectiveness.
As an anti-estrogen, Clomed can be used during the cycle to prevent gynecomastia, but it will not reduce the estrogen level and the aromatization process. It just helps to prevent gynecomastia and even has a very positive influence on cholesterol levels. In the case of big dosages of AAS, the Clomed is not effective for preventing gyno, the best is to use Anastrozole or Letrozol.
Most of the steroid users are using Clomed during the PCT program. It stimulates the production of natural testosterone and shortens the recovery time of the body.
Side effects are very rarely: Headaches, Breast Discomfort, Hot Flashes, Nausea, Uterine Bleeding (extremely rare).
During the cycle – 50mg per day.
During the PCT, it should be taken after 2-3 weeks from the last injection and for 3 weeks. First day
150-200mg, the next 2-11 days 100mg and the last 12-21 days 50mg.