Clomifen Ferring is a very useful compound at the end of an anabolic steroids cycle because Testosterone quickly falls below baseline levels when steroids are withdrawn. This decline in Testosterone then allows the effects of cortisol to wreak havoc on new muscle. The user quickly goes from an anabolic to a catabolic state. Thankfully this crash can be mitigated with Clomifen. Clomiphene restores normal Testosterone levels and improves sperm motility in most male patients. Clomiphene may also be used on cycle to block the effects of estrogen in male breast tissue therefore reducing the likelihood of gynecomastia however Nolvadex seems the preferred medicine for this purpose. Additionally, Clomifen supports improved cardiovascular values.
Clomifen for Bodybuilding Dosage
Clomifen is only taken once a day. Experts in the field of body building suggest that it be used alone or in combination with low potency anabolic steroids. Most bodybuilders take anabolic steroids for a few months and then switch over to Clomifen. The Clomifen provides the surge in testosterone and also prevents the development of breast enlargement. The exact timing of when to start Clomifen is not known but it is recommended that once the steroid drugs are stopped, Clomiphene should be started within 7-10 days.
A great many athletes and body builders do take Clomifen, but the selection of dosage is very variable. While the drug is not recommended for bodybuilding, the dose has been empirically worked out. Most bodybuilders take anywhere from 50-100 mg/day of clomiphene for a 2 week period. Some bodybuilders recommend increasing the dose to 100 mg/day if no effects are seen. After the third week, Clomiphene should be stopped. This cycling phase has been developed by past bodybuilders. Since no physicians recommend Clomifen for bodybuilding purposes, it is hard to get proper medical advice on this drug. In any case, if you have doubts one may want to get advice from fertility experts who have the best knowledge about this drug.
The exact duration of Clomifen is not known. There are no long-term data on the drug. In general one should avoid taking Clomifen for pronged periods.
Clomifen (Clomiphene) Side Effects PCT
Though Clomiphene may cause some unwanted effects during treatment, most of the adverse reactions associated with it are mild, transient and will disappear if the treatment is discontinued. Some side effects don’t usually need medical attention because they may be your body’s reaction while adjusting to the medicine, and sooner or later they will go away. But there are other side effects that may be rather bothersome or that don’t go away for a long time, and these will need medical attention. We can divide these symptoms into common, less common or infrequent, and rare.
• Common (≥1% of patients): hot flashes, abdominal discomfort (bloating), ovarian enlargement, heavy vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain or pressure, breast pain, breast tenderness, cyst formation.
• Less common or infrequent (0.1–1% of patients): abnormal vaginal bleeding, bleeding between periods, headache, eyesight problems (blurred vision, eyes sensitivity to light, double vision, decreased vision, yellow eyes, etc.), dizziness, mental depression, tiredness, restlessness, nervousness, trouble in sleeping.
• Rare (<0.1% of patients): ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (nausea, diarrhea, rapid weight gain, breathe problems (shortness of breath), rapid heart rate, little or no urinating, etc.).