Hey Singh, Well it sems like everyones been doing Pct wrong then?(maybe we have I am open minded) It may be broscience but it still seems to work reasonably well for the majority of users that cycle. Sorry to hear it didn't work out well for you.
Is your protocol backed by a published peer reviewed assessment by those with postgrad qualifications in the field, and also personal use of anabolics to see if they work according to the studies result/ theory? I'm not really meaning to have a go at you, but you might see my point. Technically your opinion is just as much broscience(probably better than mine admittedly, I have no sci or med qualification) than anyone else that posts a response, unless it meets the criteria.
So much of what users do is based on personal experience, others experience, myth, and hopefully some science. Maybe it should be better but in practical terms, this is what we seems to have at the moment, and its more comprehensive than what those in the past had.
For Trt from an M.D. they most commonly seem to inject every two weeks, and keep a constant level of test similar to a normal level. However in bodybuilding you will commonly hear the need to inject long acting test twice a week to maintain steady levels(personally find no difference at 1/week test inj). No one in bodybuilding injects test once every two weeks, despite the fact that it should still be maintaining a constant level.
Even if you start PCT a little earlier than another person, a sane amount of clomid 25mg, or nolvadex10-20mg is not going to cause any problems with someone trying to regain their testosterone levels back into the normal range. Some people even recommend taking them on cycle, not just for keeping E levels in check but in the hope it stimulates some activity in the testicles. Some say this is bullshit, personally I seem to recover my normal levels back faster if I take a small amount of SERM whilst on cycle. At the very least there is going to be some stimulus for the testes to start up production when exogenous test levels reduce enough.