Clomiphene Citrate

Clomiphene citrate being nonsteroid represents antiestrogenic synthetic substance.

Shortly called Clomid, this substance is used in medicine. Clomiphene citrate is well known in treating anovulatory infertile women especially those with polycystic ovary syndrome diagnosis.

In sport such as bodybuilding it is well known too. Clomid is often compared with Nolvadex because of it’s the same acting on the human body and muscles tisue. Being both estrogen blockers, Clomid is considering slightly than Nolvadex.

Clomiphene citrate is characterized with both agonist/antagonist properties. Some athletes take clomifene during their steroid cycles, in order to maintain testosterone leveland not let it diminishing. Clomid noticeable minimize the activity of estrogen in the body by blocking their effects and possibility of occurrence of side effects such as for example water retention. It is also help to avoid gynecomastia.

Actually Clomiphene citrate is considered as being a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) drug. By taking this substance bodybuilders notice that the elevation in both follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone cause growth of natural testosterone production.

Bodybuilders are recommended to take   a dose of 50-100 mg (1-2 tablets) per day for about 4-6 week. It will help to achieve aimed goals and production of hormone at normal level.

Athletes and bodybuilders must remember not to exceed with dose. For better result some sportsmen prefer to stack it with Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG). But be careful with this too, HCG should not be used for longer than two or three weeks.

Side effects that may occur are: vision problems, hot flashes, nausea, dizziness, headaches and others.

Clomiphene Citrate is produced by such pharmaceutical companies as:

GP Clomiphene (Clomid) by Geneza Pharmaceuticals

Clomed by Balkan Pharmaceuticals

Clomiphene by Iran Hormone

Clomy by Gen-Shi Laboratories

Clomiplex by Axiolabs

Written by: Golden Muscles
© January  2011
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