01-07-2006, 07:19 PM #1
I have about 3 more weeks until I start PCT. I ran nolvadex @ 20mg ED throughout the cycle and I'm going to continue with that until the end of my PCT. I have liquidex as well, should I start that now or wait until I start my clomids, which do you think will allow for a better recovery?
01-07-2006, 09:41 PM #2Originally Posted by Testsubject
01-07-2006, 11:18 PM #3Originally Posted by Seattle Junk
01-07-2006, 11:23 PM #4Originally Posted by Testsubject
I swear I've read that you shouldn't use clomid and ldex together? I think you want to use clomid + nolva in PCT. Research the PCT forum, do a search.
01-07-2006, 11:37 PM #5
Im going off of pheedos PCT suggestion: 20mg nolva ED .25mg ldex ED and 100mg clomid ED, Im not very good with clomid so Im only gonna run 50mg ED.
01-08-2006, 02:37 AM #6Senior Member
Originally Posted by Seattle Junk
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i think your thinking of tamox and letro (i think it's those 2 it might be l-dex instead of letro) mixing those 2 causes one of them not to work at it's full potential.
01-08-2006, 08:57 AM #7Originally Posted by Seattle Junk
01-08-2006, 08:59 AM #8Originally Posted by Testsubject
01-08-2006, 09:12 AM #9Anabolic Member
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Found this on here a while back. Sounded interesting so I saved it to my comp. This is only a snip of it, if you want the rest LMK. I felt that this section pertained to your question rather well.
There is known drug-drug interaction of tamoxifen with anastrozole and letrozole . Concomitant administration of either anastrozole or letrozole with tamoxifen decreases the plasma level of the AI. Concomitant administration of letrozole and tamoxifen decreased the level of letrozole by 38% (90% confidence interval, 32–43%; Ref. 32 ). Anastrozole and tamoxifen administrated concomitantly in the ATAC trial lowered the plasma anastrozole level in the combined arm by 27% ... Whereas the combined therapy arm of the ATAC trial demonstrated a decrease in the plasma concentration of anastrozole, systemic E2 suppression was similar to that observed in patients treated with anastrozole alone. Based on the observed drug-drug interaction and the lack of clinical data demonstrating the superiority of the combined arm, this arm of the study is being discontinued.
So the effectiveness of letrozole and arimidex are impared by tamoxifen so using it would be less than optimal. Another study showed that IF an AI would be used during PCT with Tamoxifen it should be Aromasin .
Coadministration of tamoxifen does not affect exemestane pharmacokinetics or pharmacodynamics and that the combination is well-tolerated and active. Further clinical investigation is warranted.
(Intermittent use of HCG --protocol determined by cycle.)
Weeks 1-2: SERM
Weeks 2-4: AI
Weeks 4-6: SERM
01-08-2006, 11:16 AM #10Originally Posted by TheMudMan
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