why dont people use clomid for PST while using M1t?

  1. why dont people use clomid for PST while using M1t?


    Seems like everyone prefers Nolva... why?


  2. Personally, I just don't like the way clomid makes me feel. I get moody and sensitive on clomid.
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  3. Nolva is superior. Clomid can cause permanant vision problems. Clomid caused gyno for me (yes, I'm weird). Clomid makes some people overly emotional.

    Try this link:
    http://www.mindandmuscle.net/magazine/i6clomid.html

  4. Plus Nolva is more versatile. You can take it during a cycle for gyno treatment/prevention. So you only have to source one thing.

  5. Clomid makes me a whiny biotch, even more than normal.

    But I shoot loads like Peter North when I've used it...
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  6. I am taking clomid for the 1st time for PCT. Been on it 3 days, & it greatly affects my moods. I act like a dick & get mad at everything. I definitely notice a difference about an hour after I take it. It's almost like roid rage at times.

    I'm also getting zits too. I got very few on M1t, but now have 3-4 juicy ones from the Clomid. Liquid Clomid is $25 most places vs $40 for Nolva, that the only reason I even tried it.

    I've had great results with nolva, & no moodiness or acne. I know others who have no problems with it, but I will never buy clomid again.
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