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    Raloxifene during PCT or no?

    Can I keep running Raloxifene during PCT or would it be better not to? And would it replace the tamoxifen or go along with the tamoxifen and clomid?

    I can take a break from it until after PCT if I need to. (I should have posted this in PCT area)
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    Why are you running Ralox? For gyno? If so, I would say continue to run it IF your gyno is really to the point of needing more than tamoxifen .

    As far as running Ralox and Tamox together, that I do not know. On the surface, it would seem redundant, but I'm not sure how the mechanism of action differs between the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cylon357 View Post
    Why are you running Ralox? For gyno? If so, I would say continue to run it IF your gyno is really to the point of needing more than tamoxifen .

    As far as running Ralox and Tamox together, that I do not know. On the surface, it would seem redundant, but I'm not sure how the mechanism of action differs between the two.
    I had some pubertal gyno on the right side but it is looking a lot better. I had read that Ralox is more effective with higher test levels so I decided to add it mid cycle. I think I will discontinue the Ralox before the end of cycle. Tamoxifen should help gyno too to a lesser degree so I suppose I should just stick to the classic tamoxifen/clomid PCT and I can always revist ralox if I want later. Thx for the thoughts on it.

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