Clomed is an anti-estrogen, but it is mainly used to stimulate female ovulation and testosterone in men. Athletes use it in post-cycle therapy to get back after a steroid cure. Its anti-estrogen effects are weak.
Active substance: clomiphene citrate
Commercial names: Clomiphene citrate, Cyneric, Clomid, Clostilbegyt, Clomed
Clomed, in general medicine, is usually prescribed to stimulate ovulation in women. It is a non-steroidal ovarian stimulant. It works by interacting with estrogen receptors, often in an antagonistic way, in various body tissues such as: hypothalamus, pituitary, ovary, vagina, cervix. An important aspect is that this drug will oppose estrogen-negative feedback on the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis, increasing gonadotrophin production (LH and FSH). This makes fertility grow. That is why men are used to increase fertility.
In fact, Clomid is a synthetic estrogen form, similar to tamoxifen (belongs to the same class of drugs, selective estrogen receptor modulators). In men, it acts as a partial anti-estrogen, preventing some undesirable effects of flavoring steroids, but is weaker than Proviron, Nolvadex or Teslac. Raising levels of LH and FSH leads to increased endogenous testosterone production. This effect is especially beneficial at the end of a steroid treatment, when your testosterone production is very low. In this case Clomid is most effectively combined with tamoxifen. For hard and long steroids cycles, HCG is also added. If the testosterone level is not restored quickly to normal, there are large decreases in size and strength.