Clomid- is it ever too late

  1. Clomid- is it ever too late


    Hi all,

    I did a super mandro stack and have been off it for about five months. Took the normal Pct til the end and I still donít feel like Iím getting boners like I used to.

    Can I still take Nolva or Clomid or do you recommend anything else?

    As always, thanks!


  2. i dont see why not...

    the only question in my mind would be if you a totally/permantly shut down can you restart the hpta? prob not

    but if you just have lower than baseline i think clomid could help
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  3. I donít feel completely shut down, but from 4x a week to maybe 4x a month. Would you suggest something else or in addition to?

  4. without understanding your current %'s its hard for me to do that..

    but i would look into grabbing some exemstane to combat estro rebound and an OTC testbooster too cause why not

    pm me if u wanna and i can give better recommendations

  5. I don't think anyone is shut down forever. We rebound pretty fast. ED is totally NOT dependent on test levels, more penile NO and other factors.

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    Evaluation of the efficacy and safety of Tribulus terrestris in male sexual dysfunction-A prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial.

    Kamenov Z1, Fileva S2, Kalinov K3, Jannini EA4.
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    Abstract
    OBJECTIVE:
    The primary objectives were to compare the efficacy of extracts of the plant Tribulus terrestris (TT; marketed as Tribestan), in comparison with placebo, for the treatment of men with erectile dysfunction (ED) and with or without hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), as well as to monitor the safety profile of the drug. The secondary objective was to evaluate the level of lipids in blood during treatment.
    PARTICIPANTS AND DESIGN:
    Phase IV, prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial in parallel groups. This study included 180 males aged between 18 and 65 years with mild or moderate ED and with or without HSDD: 90 were randomized to TT and 90 to placebo. Patients with ED and hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and metabolic syndrome were included in the study. In the trial, an herbal medicine intervention of Bulgarian origin was used (Tribestanģ, Sopharma AD). Each Tribestan film-coated tablet contains the active substance Tribulus terrestris, herba extractum siccum (35-45:1) 250mg which is standardized to furostanol saponins (not less than 112.5mg). Each patient received orally 3◊2 film-coated tablets daily after meals, during the 12-week treatment period. At the end of each month, participants' sexual function, including ED, was assessed by International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) Questionnaire and Global Efficacy Question (GEQ). Several biochemical parameters were also determined. The primary outcome measure was the change in IIEF score after 12 weeks of treatment. Complete randomization (random sorting using maximum allowable% deviation) with an equal number of patients in each sequence was used. This randomization algorithm has the restriction that unequal treatment allocation is not allowed; that is, all groups must have the same target sample size. Patients, investigational staff, and data collectors were blinded to treatment. All outcome assessors were also blinded to group allocation.
    RESULTS:
    86 patients in each group completed the study. The IIEF score improved significantly in the TT group compared with the placebo group (Р<0.0001). For intention-to-treat (ITT) there was a statistically significant difference in change from baseline of IIEF scores. The difference between TT and placebo was 2.70 (95% CI 1.40, 4.01) for the ITT population. A statistically significant difference between TT and placebo was found for Intercourse Satisfaction (p=0.0005), Orgasmic Function (p=0.0325), Sexual Desire (p=0.0038), Overall Satisfaction (p=0.0028) as well as in GEQ responses (p<0.0001), in favour of TT. There were no differences in the incidence of adverse events (AEs) between the two groups and the therapy was well tolerated. There were no drug-related serious AEs. Following the 12-week treatment period, significant improvement in sexual function was observed with TT compared with placebo in men with mild to moderate ED. TT was generally well tolerated for the treatment of ED.
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  6. You stopped 5 months ago? Using a pharma SERM at this point would do nothing for you if not set you back (hormonally).

  7. Get bloods dude. You need to figure out what the problem is before you can determine the solution.

  8. Get bloods first.

    FYI I used clomid to attempt to treat low t (in the 300s at age 28) after I had not used AAS for years (possible I had low T even prior to AAS use)... it raised my levels but then they dropped back down to baseline after enough time off clomid.

  9. You need blood work, how do you no if the issue isnt elevated prolactin suppressing dopamine crushing testosterone.. or offset estrogen blaances..
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  10. Thanks for all the replies (so quickly)! Iíll schedule some blood work and let you guys know!

    Thanks everyone!

  11. i always run clomid from time to time. Usually i do 25mg on mon wed and fri, sat and sun off. U can do that for 2 months~3 months.

    Best test booster you can have. now, u must do bloods before and after doing this.

    Thx me later.

  12. People run clomit for TRT so yeah, you can run it.
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