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    clomid as an antie e

    could clomid be use'd as an light form of antie e....?
    and could it be used during a cycle instead of nolvadex ,
    i am aking this since clomid is my only option availible....

    cycle info:
    1-10 sustanon 500 a week
    1-9 deca 400 week
    9-12 winstrol 50mg eod....

    THANKS>>>

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    Bro you dont really need anything during a cycle unless you are suseptable to gyno. So get your self some Viatmin B6 that will help in case you get Deca gyno and just use the Clomid for PCT. Can you ger armidex or something like that ?

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    I think this question has been raised a few times on this board and from my experience in reading posts I would say that using Clomid as Anti Es has a very mild effect if none during cycle so you'd better keep looking for Nolvadex or Liquidex, it's not that hard to find..............good luck.

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    Thumbs up

    thanks..

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    Back in the day clomid was all they had and they used it as an anti E. Nolva is far more effective and that is why it is used over clomid these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benches505
    Back in the day clomid was all they had and they used it as an anti E. Nolva is far more effective and that is why it is used over clomid these days.
    thanks for your input.....

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