I'm not asking for citations or sources, but simply a scientific explanation for why OTC estrogen modulators such as AIs are generally laughed at for PCT. I have found that most people's knee jerk reaction is to tell others to take a SERM for every cycle without understanding the risks that SERMs have, or that they sometimes have both agonistic and antagonistic properties, depending on the tissue.
Breast cancer research has begun looking at AIs for treatment as opposed to SERMs, so why could they not work for PCT. Yes, this is our long term health that we are talking about, but this should also be kept in mind when dealing with "research chemicals" which is what many use for their SERM.
So please, let me know whether you think something like an AI could be just as good for PCT as a SERM or not and why.
Thank you in advance for your time!