Hey guys. On TRT some people get prescribed clomid or nolvadex at a low dose daily for fertility (usually when they have a bad reaction to HCG) or to attempt to boost their levels without injecting more T. I’m not asking if this is a good idea or not. My question is, with that being said, why do people not run clomid or nolvadex throughout their cycle. It seems counterproductive telling your balls to work while still putting in exogenous testosterone but could this potentially make the HPTA jumpstart easier because you never stopped producing your own T?
Cycle A (standard):
500mg Testosterone per week, wait 2 weeks then Nolvadex 40/40/20/20
500mg Testosterone per week, 20mg nolvadex per day, then I’m stuck thinking about how it could work. Could run the nolvadex at the 20mg for 2 weeks then bump to 40mg? Or right when you stop the test. Do standard PCT just earlier cus you have already been on the nolvadex?
Is cycle A truly superior to a version of cycle B? If the same person ran cycle A and B would the recovery be significantly different? I realize I’m trying to fix something that isn’t broken but I was wondering if this TRT practice of using a SERM while injecting T could bleed over into the cycling world. Would love to hear everybody’s thoughts on this.