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|Product Name:||Clomifene Citrate||CAS:||50-41-9|
|Other Name:||Clomid||Packing:||Foil Bag|
Name: Clomifene Citrate
Other name: 2-4-[2-Chloro-1,2-diphenylethenyl]phenoxy-N,N-diethylethanamine citrate
Appearance: white or milky white crystalline powder
The min order:10gram
Usage:the goods to anti-estrogen fertility inducer, the objects in dysfunctional uterine bleeding, polycystic ovary, menstrual disorders and drug-induced amenorrhea and other gynecologic diseases
Clomid, although it is classified as an anti-Estrogen, is actually utilized for the treatment of female infertility resulting from ovulation failure (anovulatory 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. This is to say that it is a weaker Estrogen blocker in breast tissue, where Nolvadex is much better suited for this task. Instead, Clomid’s prime application in medicine is that of a non-steroidal ovulatory stimulant for women. Because Clomid is a SERM, like Nolvadex, it exhibits mixed Estrogen agonist and antagonist effects in various tissues of the body. Like Nolvadex, Clomid acts as an Estrogen antagonist in the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, ovaries, endometrium, vagina, and cervix. This is to say that in these tissues and areas of the body, Clomid serves to mitigate (inhibit or block) the action of Estrogen.
Clomid is the most popular endogenous Testosterone simulating compound among the anabolic steroid using community. This is due in part because of how long it has been on the market, as well as being the very first fertility drug (for both men and women) that anabolic steroid users first took notice of. Despite the fact that Nolvadex has demonstrated an overall better ability to stimulate Testosterone levels in men, Clomid nevertheless remains a staple compound for hormonal recovery during PCT for most anabolic steroid users. The overwhelming majority of PCT protocols will include Clomid and Nolvadex together for an added effect on HPTA (Hypothalamic Pituitary Testicular Axis) recovery during the post-cycle period, although there are some problems and setbacks related to Clomid’s action that will be covered shortly. Clomid doses in comparison to Nolvadex, for example, will normally need to be in the higher range in order for the compound to do its job in the body, as it is not as powerful as its brother compound Nolvadex, and this will be explained shortly.
In terms of Clomid dosages for the purpose of HPTA and endogenous Testosterone restoration, one study has demonstrated that 150mg of Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) administered daily raised endogenous Testosterone levels of 10 healthy males by approximately 150%, while incidentally, 20mg of Nolvadex (Tamoxifen Citrate) daily raised endogenous Testosterone levels by the same amount. It is very evident here that Clomid is very effective for this purpose, but Nolvadex seems to be a more cost-effective choice seeing as though it is more effective than Clomid when compared mg for mg. Nevertheless, Clomid can still be a very valuable compound for hormonal restoration, as Clomid doses of 100mg daily would theoretically raise Testosterone levels to 100% above baseline, and 50mg would raise Testosterone levels to 50% above baseline, etc.
Some further studies have demonstrated Clomid’s effectiveness in the long term, where 178 hypogonadal males also suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) were administered Clomid dosages for 4 months, and 75% of the test subjects improved while 25% did not – however, all test subjects exhibited significant increases in LH, FSH, and Testosterone production. The study had also noted that with short term administration, only modest increases in sexual function were observed. It is very evident that Clomid can be utilized as an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction in most males, even during the long-term.
Before taking this medicine
You should not use Clomid if you are allergic to clomiphene, or if you have:
abnormal vaginal bleeding;
an ovarian cyst that is not related to polycystic ovary syndrome;
past or present liver disease;
a tumor of your pituitary gland;
an untreated or uncontrolled problem with your thyroid or adrenal gland; or
if you are pregnant.
To make sure Clomid is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have:
endometriosis or uterine fibroids.
Do not use Clomid if you are already pregnant. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about the possible effects of Clomid on a new pregnancy.
Clomiphene can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby. This medication may slow breast milk production in some women. Tell your doctor if you are breast-feeding a baby.
Using Clomid for longer than 3 treatment cycles may increase your risk of developing an ovarian tumor. Ask your doctor about your specific risk.
Fertility treatment may increase your chance of having multiple births (twins, triplets). These are high-risk pregnancies both for the mother and the babies. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about this risk
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