Nolvadex

Nolvadex is a very popular brand name of generic drug tamoxifen. It is recognized as Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM) as it’s well known antagonist substance for estrogen. What makes it unique from other pharmaceutical products available in the market is that it is anabolic and androgenic steroid free. Nolvadex can be used as a treatment and prevention for invasive breast cancer in men and women.

What Does It Do?

Nolva is a kind of drug that helps control the amount of estrogen produced in one’s body so it prevents unwanted effects in the long run. It helps gym buffs to avoid having an abnormal swelling of breasts in men or what you call “man-boobs” as estrogen levels usually shoot up after cycling with anabolic steroids.

What sets Novaldex from its counterparts is the ability to block the negative effect that is brought on by estrogen at the hypothalamus and pituitary. It stimulates a release by the pituitary of Luteinizing Hormone and Follicle Stimulating Hormone. Both of them are important to natural testosterone production.

Side Effects

With any other pharmaceutical products, there are also not so good effects when using Nolvadex. The following are the most common side effects that can be experience by taking Nolvadex. Many fitness enthusiasts and bodybuilders that is using Nolvadex in their PCT has suffered from the following while they are on this SERM:

  •         Rash
  •         Hot Flashes
  •         Headaches
  •         Thinning of Hair
  •         Nausea

 

Dosage

For an average healthy male, the perfect PCT run is for 4 weeks. As for the first 2 weeks, the ideal milligrams taken daily is 20. It’ll be down to 10 milligrams for week 3 and 4.

 

Novaldex is very beneficial for breast cancer patients as well as men who don’t want to suffer from gynecomastia. Nolva users will feel the effect such as leaner muscle tissues during the PCT. There are also other PCT products available in the market now, such as Erase Pro and others. If you want to learn more about this products, please visit PostCycleTherapy.net.

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