Im having a hard time wording this question to sound intelligent I know a lot about this stuff (really!!! ), but this has always been something I wondered about:
Can someone explain why it is common practice to take daily doses of SERMS which have a half life of about a WEEK? For instance, say a post cycle therapy is 40/40/20/20 Nolva (just for illustration), after 7 days of this post cycle therapy, these 7 days will equal about 200mg of Nolva in the body...wouldnt it be just as effective to take a large weekly dose since its going to build up anyway, and very slowly dissipate?
I could workup a spreadsheet that would show an incedible buildup of doses in the body on a typical post cycle therapy, and with Nolva not being terribly dose dependent (I think), what is the point of this.
I can't figure out why either a different dosing schedule (weekly, EOD, twice weekly) wouldnt work just as well. I know of someone who uses Clomid (50mg, not the typical 100 or 150mg) 3 days on , then off for 3 days, repeating this 4-5 times, and they have had very easy PCT's..
Just me thinking out loud....opinions and discussion would be nice.