Diff between Tamoxifen and Nolvadex

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    Diff between Tamoxifen and Nolvadex


    I know they're supposed to be different names for the same thing,but my source sells Tamoxifen for $7 for 30 10mg tabs,whereas on his list it states Nolvadex $10 for 30 10mg tabs.What's the difference?

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    If there's a difference,which should I get for post cycle? I'm using clomid post cycle and just in case,i'm keeping either tamoxifen or nolvadex on hand.
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    There is no difference. The Taxoxifen is probably a generic version of Nolva.
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    Tamoxifen is the pharmacutical name
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    Nolvadex is name brand and Tamoxifen is generic. Clomid is name brand and clomiphene citrate is generic. Most of the time you will get generic, because name brand is way expensive. At our pharmacy, clomid is almost $300 for 10 pills. We don't even carry Nolvadex. I have never looked up its price. We do carry tamoxifen and clomiphene citrate.
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    So generic brand is usually the chemical name?
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    Yeah Kitchen Chemist, generic is always the chemical name.
  

  
 

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