SERMs [Clomid] can be used with TRT to maintain LH/FSH as an alternative to hCG when hCG cannot be obtained. Please reconsider your question.
Orals can mess up liver function causing high E2 levels and increased SHBG that erodes FT. Elevated E2 can really mess with perceived TRT benefits. Labs should be TT, FT, E2, AST/ALT as a minimum. You can always test LH/FSH to explicitly understand your concern. If your E2 is balanced or reasonable, may not be after adding orals.
Not all orals are the same or risk free. Suggest that you avoid prohormones and most junk marketed/hyped on the internet.