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PCT Detection


#1

Can the normal PCT meds (Clomid, Nolva, and Arimidex) be detected in a urinalysis/blood test?


#2

[quote]Tylerl90 wrote:
Can the normal PCT meds (Clomid, Nolva, and Arimidex) be detected in a urinalysis/blood test?[/quote]

Yes they can. I am not sure of the detection period though.


#3

Anyone know detection times?


#4

[quote]Tylerl90 wrote:
Anyone know detection times?[/quote]


#5

[quote]Tylerl90 wrote:
Can the normal PCT meds (Clomid, Nolva, and Arimidex) be detected in a urinalysis/blood test?[/quote]

i don’t know the actual detection time, but i suspect the longer something’s half-life, the more likely it is to be detected.

for instance, clomid and nolva half a half-life that’s nearly a week, whereas raloxifene has a half-life of about a day…

EDIT: to be clear, some drug tests don’t test for the individual compound, but what it converted to, as well. again, chemistry is not my forte, so i apologize for not being more helpful…