Clomid is a nonsteroidal, ovulatory stimulant used to treat ovulatory dysfunction and polycystic ovary syndrome in women who, after other reasons for pregnancy failure have been ruled out, desire pregnancy and follow additional instructions that make pregnancy more likely to occur with this drug use.
Clomid is not an anabolic steroid but can be used to combat estrogenic side effects sometimes caused by anabolic steroids. It can also be used as a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) medication in order to stimulate suppressed testosterone production due to anabolic steroid use. PCT use of Clomid is the most common purpose and most beneficial point of use for the anabolic steroid user.
Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) is a powerfully effective anti-estrogen classified as a Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM). It is also one of the most commonly used SERM's by anabolic steroid users.
Clomid will not only reduce the amount of estrogen in the body, it will block it from attaching to the receptors and often aid in combating such negative side-effects. It is also used for fertility may develop tumors in their testicles or enlarged breasts.
Clomid is fairly effective at staving off gynecomastia as an anti-estrogen for steroid cycle use. It actually acts as estrogen in the liver, which in turn will promote healthier cholesterol levels. This can be very beneficial to the anabolic steroid user as anabolic steroid use is notorious for promoting unhealthy cholesterol levels.