I’ve heard of such a thing before, vets could probably point you to a thread.
But you don’t start PCT (that is, a SERM) before the cycle. Instead you use a low-dose AI for two weeks before the cycle to increase natural T production.[/quote]
Why do this if you are going to shut down your natty production anyway?
Doesn’t make a lick of sense to me.
No idea what the OP is talking about or what he thinks he benefits might be or how it would be achieved.[/quote]
You are correct VT. I do believe I had read a thread about using the PCT pre cycle to control Estrogen.
I could have miss read it though…thanks for the input !
If your estogen is high before cycle, I can see a benefit to doing this. But hten again, if your estrogen is high you should probably be fixing that instead of worrying about cycling because it indicates some sort of health issue going on.
That said, if you were to control estrogen beforehand, you wouldn’t do it with a SERM. SERM’s actually increase the circulating estrogen in your body. But since they are binding to the estrogen receptors, they negate the effect of the extra estrogen (to a degree–mostly in the breast tissue and not nearly as effective elsewhere). So doing this with a SERM would be a bad idea. You would need an AI instead.