Dan, for some reason it wasn’t possible
to post a reply under your message, so
I’m giving my reply as a new message.
Nolvadex will not reduce gains from Androsol
but it also is not necessary, since Androsol
does not increase estrogen levels.
From the standpoint of increasing testosterone
levels after a cycle, Nolvadex is a little
effective, but not as much so as Clomid.
The potential long-term problem with tamoxifen (Nolvadex) and Clomid for the older male is that no one has published yet, and I expect
no one has done experiments to determine it
yet, whether these drugs are estrogenic in
the prostate, or antiestrogenic. Either possibility is completely plausible. If they
are estrogenic then, long term, then in the
older male they could worsen benign prostatic
hypertrophy. Since it just isn’t known how
they act here, I have never recommended either
of these drugs for use by older men and cannot