Manufacturer – Cipla
Release form – 10 tablets, 50mg
Active ingredient – Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid)
Clomid produced by the company Cipla is, Clomiphene Citrate, a gonadotropin stimulant and estrogen receptor modulator. Basically, this drug is prescribed to athletes in order to restore the natural processes of testosterone production, suppressed by the course of taking anabolic steroids.
It is worth noting that the chemical composition of this drug resembles estrogens. Penetrating into the athlete’s body, the active components of Clomid have an effect on the pituitary gland and estrogen receptors in the testicles, thereby causing the activity of follicle-stimulating and luteinizing hormones, also known to athletes as releasing hormones. All of this, in turn, affects the increase in testosterone levels.
Athletes choose mainly to avoid estrogenic side effects such as gynecomastia. Moreover, the drug helps to normalize hormonal levels after a course of taking anabolic steroids.
How to take Clomid
Typically, the duration of the course of taking this drug can range from 7-10 days to 2 weeks. At the same time, specialists usually prescribe the reception of Clomid for carrying out after a course of therapy. It is most effective to start taking the drug after 7-10 days after the last intake of the anabolic steroid.
The dose usually ranges from 50mg to 100mg per day, which is equal to 1-2 tablets of the drug. Experienced athletes recommend taking the drug with water. If a specialist has prescribed a daily dosage of 100mg, it is better to reduce the dose to 50mg after 5 days of administration. Given that the drug helps to restore the natural processes of testosterone production, experts recommend taking it with caution.
Can Clomid be combined with other drugs?
In some cases, you can take Clomid directly while taking anabolic steroids. The fact is that this drug, especially for long courses, allows you to minimize or avoid the manifestation of adverse reactions.
What side effects can I expect?
Clomid is not recommended for people with hepatic or renal insufficiency, with excessive activity of the pituitary gland, a diagnosed tumor, and also in case of individual intolerance to one or more of the components of the drug.
It is not recommended to increase the dosage of Clomid, as this can cause headaches, slowing down of mental reactions and motor function, and nausea. Rarely enough, the drug provokes allergic reactions.