Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid)
History: Approved by the FDA in 1967 for the treatment of female infertility, Clomid has since become the most well known fertility medication in the world. Although technically considered off-label use, Clomid subsequently saw success in the treatment of male infertility, as well. Today, it is the most prescribed fertility drug in the world for both sexes.
Method of Administration: Clomid is administered in oral form.
Drug Class: S.E.R.M. (Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator).
Primary Use: Clomid’s primary use is that of a post-cycle recovery agent, although some have used it to help reduce estrogenic side effects when on-cycle; a use for which it is not well-suited. When it comes to post cycle recovery (PCT), Clomid is one of the best drugs is a BB’rs arsenal. Not only has it been clinically proven to bring testosterone levels back into a normal range, but it is the single most effective drug for restoring sperm count & motility. For those who engage in PCT, Clomid is considered basic stock, being properly included in any well-rounded recovery program.
Anabolic-Androgenic Ratio: N/A.
Aromatizable: No. Exhibits anti-estrogenic activity.
Progestagenic Activity: No.
Standard Dosing Range and Cycle Length: Clomid is most commonly administered at a dosage of 50-100 mg per day for a period of 4-6 weeks.
Frequency of Administration: Daily use; administered in a single daily dosage.