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    DeaconBlue is offline New Member
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    Question Clomid with Anastozole?

    So in doing research I came across this quote.

    ...As an aromatase inhibitor, Arimidex 's mechanism of action -- blocking conversion of aromatizable steroids to estrogen -- is in contrast to the mechanism of action of anti-estrogens such as clomiphene (Clomid®) or tamoxifen (Nolvadex ®), which block estrogen receptors in some tissues, and activate estrogen receptors in others. During a cycle, if using Arimidex, there is generally no need to use Clomid...

    Has anyone run arimidex without clomid in PCT? Any info is appreciated. TIA


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    soo2bhuge is offline Senior Member
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    a lot of people run arimidex if they are prone to gyno. it basically blocks estrogen all together. clomid and nolva just block the receptor points and effectively block estrogen, yet estrogen is still formed in other parts of the body.

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