Anadrol causes estrogen related side effects. So do I need to take Clomid while on Anadrol? And how much should I take?
Horrible idea. Clomid is both estrogenic and anti-estrogenic. Anadrol, in and of itself acts in an estrogenic manner in some people. It can cause estrogen side effects regardless of your Estradiol level. Ancillaries won’t have an effect to offset this. Keep the Anadrol low or opt for another compound.
So can I use Nolva?
I’m pretty sure you just disqualified yourself from using anything with that statement. Not one single thing in there makes any sense. I think you have been badly misinformed by someone about what does what. Do a little more reading before you try anything as serious as anadrol.
Nolva or any SERM for that matter, may not work if Anadrol is the cause of the estrogenic effect. SERMS block estrogens from exerting their effects by docking the estrogen receptors. However, Anadrol isn’t an estrogen.
But it is okay to prevent Gyno correct?
Yes. If you are asking if it will prevent gyno from high Estradiol from say a cycle of testosterone.
Again, it likely would not help if Anadrol begins causing the gyno.
There’s a reason they call it “mystery gyno”. Nobody knows why anadrol causes gyno in some guys. Ralox is usually the go-to treatment for gyno, but that’s after you get it. It isn’t a prophylactic treatment for anadrol-related gyno.
So then in order to take Anadrol at 100mg a day do you need to have any other supplementation to avoid any issues that might happen? Or is this random Gyno from Adrol a “Rare” occurrence
I would say it’s somewhere between rare and not uncommon, like if you use a scale of 1-10, 10 being very common and 1 being rare, it might be a 3. It doesn’t happen to most guys who use it, but it can happen without giving you any heads up that it’s on its way.