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Clomid, or Clomiphene Citrate, belongs to a category and class of drugs known as Selective Estrogen Receptor Modules (SERMs). Clomid was first developed in the 1970s for the treatment of female infertility. Although Clomid is a very close relative to Nolvadex with both belonging to the SERM category of drugs, Clomid in reality operates at a much poorer efficiency compared to Nolvadex in regards to its Estrogen antagonistic activity in breast tissue.

For bodybuilders and athletes, Clomid is extremely beneficial and widely used for the purpose of deterring a very unwanted side effect of steroid use (gynecomastia).  Clomid can also be used effectively to increase exogenous 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, known as Post Cycle Therapy.  It is very common for steroid users to run Clomid, Nolvadex and HCG during PCT. Clomid is known to be weaker than it’s relative, Nolvadex.

For post-cycle therapy, steroid users generally begin taking one hundred to one hundred and fifty milligrams of Clomid per day, for one to two weeks.  After that time frame, the dosage per day is usually dropped to fifty milligrams per day, or one hundred milligrams if the previous dosage was one hundred and fifty milligrams.  The lower dosage is taken for one to two weeks. Overall, this drug should be taken for four to six weeks.

If a cycle concludes with anabolic steroids that have large ester bases, you should start taking Clomid a couple of weeks after your final injection.   If your cycle concludes with anabolic steroids with small ester bases, you should start taking Clomid three days after your final injection. If your cycle concludes with anabolic steroids with large ester bases, you should start HCG ten days after your final injection and then start Clomid once therapy with HCG concludes.