SUBSTANCE: Clomiphene citrate (Clomid)
PACK: 100mg (10 pills)
Clomid is a PCT after the course therapy, which should be used immediately after the termination of the course of steroids.
Using clomid, you quickly in your body restore the natural, natural production of your testosterone. Which, can be significantly suppressed on the cycle by the action of steroids.
Clomid is advisable to take only after the end of the course of steroids, when the effect of drugs ends and the pit may enter the hormonal system, this gap needs to be restored as soon as possible.
After a cycle of steroids in the body of an athlete, the phase of catabolism of muscle cells, their destruction and contraction, both in numbers and in their volumes, can begin actively.
This process partially reduces and absorbs the intake of clomid. It helps to preserve the structure of the typed muscle fiber, to make it more resistant to various influences.
Even after using high-quality oral steroids such as stanozolol after the end of the course, take clomid for a qualitative restoration of the whole organism.
Clomid helps after application of strong steroids more smoothly and it is easy for your hormonal system to finish this type of course.
Contraindications for the use of this drug include:
- ovarian cysts;
- uterine bleeding with an unknown incidence or nature;
- pronounced renal insufficiency;
- pronounced liver failure;
- internal bleeding;
- during pregnancy;
- pituitary tumor or its lack of functionality.
Side effects of Clomid
Clomiphene citrate is considered a well tolerated drug and rarely causes significant side effects. During clinical trials, the most common adverse reactions included ovarian enlargement (13.6%), vasoconstrictive reactions (10.4%), abdominal discomfort (5.5%), nausea / vomiting (2.2%), chest discomfort (2.1%), visual symptoms (1.5%), headache (1.3%), and abnormal uterine bleeding (1.3%). The data also show that prolonged use of clomiphene citrate may increase the likelihood of ovarian tumors. Clomiphene citrate is sometimes associated with a serious and potentially life-threatening side effect called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OCS). Early warning signs of SWC include pain and bloating, nausea, diarrhea and weight gain.