It seems like everyone who uses it believes it increases serum FSH/LH levels. Even if it does though (and I say "even if" because I've seen one study that says it doesn't), doesn't Nolvadex, at a lower dose, do the same thing and help prevent gyno as well?
The only reasons I can see are:
- It's cheaper.
- It's thought to be better. I've never seen a study that compared the two, but I've often heard people say that Clomid, and not Nolvadex, is prescribed by doctors for men with low test levels. Also, I've heard people say that the reason people break out so bad on Clomid, and not on Nolvadex, is because it works so much better.
- It's thought to be safer. Clomid is usually said to have extreme sides, but I've read that Nolvadex can as well. So if someone got harsh sides from Nolvadex, but none from Clomid, then of course he would choose to continue using it.
I know I'm far from knowledgeable, so feel free to tell me what part I'm not considering or what part I'm totally wrong about.