Clomid Bodybuilding PCT: How To Use & Where To Buy

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Nolvadex is the most popular SARMs PCT, but Clomid is not far behind in terms of popularity. It’s more potent, and is often used to counter the testosterone lowering effects of stronger SARMs. But one of the biggest problems is actually finding where to buy Clomid online in the first place.

What we’re going to do here is talk you through everything you need to know about using Clomid as a bodybuilding post cycle therapy supplement.

We will explain exactly what Clomid actually is and how to use it. You’ll learn about dosing Clomid, the SARMs that definitely need PCT, and those that don’t, as well as finding out about what I think is the best place to find good quality generic Clomid for sale online.

How Clomid Works

Clomid was never designed for bodybuilding PCT (Post Cycle Therapy). It was actually constructed to deal with fertility problems in women. The active chemical is clomiphene sultrate, which is why you will sometimes see generic Clomid, sold as “clomiphene” or “clomifene”.

So you’re facing a situation where you’re using materials that are unregulated and untested to address the problems which some SARMs (and steroids) create for testosterone levels.

Clomid works as a SERM, a Selective Oestrogen Receptor Modulator, basically the opposite of SARMs, which are Selective ANDROGEN Receptor Modulators.

Clomid targets estrogen receptors, primarily to counter the effects of increased estrogen, which is not only converted from testosterone, but also lowers levels of production of LH and FSH, two of the key hormones that tell the male body to produce testosterone.

It works by stimulating release of a hormone called GnRH from the hypothalamus. The knock-on effect of that release is it helps to produce more of another hormone, called gonadotropin, from the anterior pituitary gland. These two hormones are directly involved in stimulating higher levels of production of LH and FSH, while suppressing estrogen production.

So at the end of the SARMs cycle when you have high levels of estrogen and low levels of testosterone, Clomid can help to stimulate higher levels of testosterone production, while also countering the production of estrogen. In fact, it’s actually used on prescription by men nowadays in some countries to reverse fertility problems in as little as a month.

How To Use Clomid For Bodybuilding

The reasons above are exactly why Clomid is a great PCT for bodybuilding. It’s strong, which means it can even help to offset gyno, a condition where permanent male breast tissue starts to form. The condition that can only be reversed by surgery once it’s grown. It’s also relatively safe to use.

Clomid is not the only PCT supplement. Nolvadex is another one, that is more popular, mainly because it’s milder. But Nolvadex, even at stronger doses, sometimes can’t cope with the aggressive testosterone reducing end result created by a strong anabolic SARMs stack.

You can actually use Clomid for bodybuilding in several ways:

1. You can use Clomid on cycle, although I wouldn’t recommend it. If you think you are suffering from testosterone suppression, you can offset it by taking Clomid as you continue your cycle. However, for me, you’re creating a situation where you are pulling hormones and production all over the place and that’s not healthy.

2. You can end your SARMs cycle early if you think that you are suffering from testosterone suppression. You can then use a good dose of Clomid to get things moving again, and taper down, or even swap to Nolvadex as you start to feel yourself.

3. You can do the more normal routine of a SARMs cycle followed by a PCT supplement like Clomid to get your testosterone levels to bounce back and lower your estrogen levels. However, never continue to the end of a cycle if you can feel the signs of testosterone suppression strongly during it.

How To Dose Clomid For PCT

Because Clomid is designed for female fertility problems, it’s never been formally used or tested on healthy men using it for post cycle therapy. So for that reason alone, giving an exact Clomid PCT dosage range is literally impossible.

What we can do is look at doses men are given for fertility treatment, as well as the doses women are taking for the same purpose.

The average dose for a woman on Clomid is around 100 mg per day, and to some male fertility treatment programs it’s this high per day as well.

However, other regimes in male fertility treatments use 50 mg per day, or even 25 mg per day. The problem is that dose is for fertility, and not bouncing testosterone levels back up because your body is suppressing them.

Anecdotally, bodybuilders tend to use of 50 mg per day for the first week as well though. If they start to feel better, they often then lower that dose to 25 mg for the rest of the post cycle therapy duration.

My advice is to start with 50 mg for the first week. If you still feel the symptoms of testosterone suppression (notably feeling depressed, blue, emotional, low in physical and mental energy) then stick with 50 mg for a second week.

Which SARMs Need Clomid PCT?

Not all SARMs need a PCT supplement at all, because not all SARMs are androgenic in nature; meaning they do not mimic the action of testosterone in muscle and bone tissue, leading to testosterone production suppression.

Some SARMs definitely do not need a PCT supplement. These SARMs are GW-501516, MK-677, and SR-9009.

Ostarine is a middle ground. At normal doses it doesn’t require a PCT supplement, because even though it’s androgenic, it is very mild. However, at higher doses, it can be mild be suppressive

The SARMs which definitely are suppressive, even a relatively low doses are: LGD-4033, RAD-140, S-4, and to some guys (although not all) YK-11.

Letrozole Vs Clomid

Letrozole, known mostly by the brand name Femara, is not a SERM, it is and aromatase inhibitor.  It works slightly differently by suppressing estrogen production in fat tissue, which dramatically lowers estrogen levels. On the downside, it does not provoke the release of hormones which increase LH and FSH.

That means that Letrozole is good at suppressing estrogen, but it’s not going to help your body to bounce testosterone levels back quickly.

In a straight up battle of Letrozole Vs Clomid as a PCT supplement, there can only be one winner….and that’s Clomid.

What Are The Side Effects Of Using Clomid For Bodybuilding?

Clomid is far stronger than Nolvadex. At the same dosage, let’s say 50 mg, Clomid is far stronger and has the potential for far more aggressive and widespread side effects.

The side effects that you could experience using Clomid include:

  • Headaches
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Hot flushes
  • Upset stomach
  • Disturbed vision
  • Muscle pain

I think it’s important I say here that like all medication, you won’t get all those side effects. However, you might get one or two, especially at higher doses.

As with everything, take the lowest possible dose to get the effects that you need. That’s why I advocate 50 mg as a ceiling for Clomid, and taper down as quickly as possible, especially if you get more than one of the side effects listed above.

Places You Can Buy Clomid Online Safely

I want to finish this Clomid PCT review by telling you where to buy Clomid online that safe and good value for money.

The thing is you can’t actually buy the brand Clomid without prescription, even though it might be labelled as “Clomid” on the listing and the bottle. The truth is that the Clomid for sale is grey market, and is the generic active ingredient clomiphene.

In terms of where you can buy Clomid for bodybuilding online, the place I would always recommend to you is Swiss Chems.

They’ve been around for a number of years, and they also sell high-quality SARMs, peptides, and several different types of PCT supplement including generic Nolvadex.

In terms of pricing, clomiphene will cost you $69.95 (although that’s a special price and it’s sometimes $30 more than that). For your money, you will get 60 capsules, each dosing 25 mg.

That’s more than enough for a couple of full PCT cycles, which works out quite low, especially considering how important PCT is if you are using suppressive SARMs.

I’ll finish here by just telling you that you need to have Clomid and Nolvadex to hand.  Clomid can be very strong, and what you don’t want to happen if you’re feeling highly suppressed, is to have a bad reaction to Clomid, and not have Nolvadex instead. Not being prepared could mean you are suppressed for a couple of weeks longer than you should be, and that can have a lot of mental and physical health implications.

So buy your SARMs, and make sure you buy Clomid and Nolvadex at the same time, so that you have all options available to you to make sure that you don’t get such heavy testosterone suppression that it struggles to bounce back.