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Need guidance / medication to increase testosterone as well as t:e ratio. Clomid, (clomiphene) nolvadex, dosage... Please help me...
I want to use nolvadex and Clomid (clomiphene) for boost my testosterone production.Does this drugs boost my testosterone production?
DANGER: There is ABSOLUTELY no reason for a sixteen year old to need any hormone treatment or 'boosting' of his Testosterone. Taking medications to change hormone levels is not safe, specific, or recommended by any medical professional. Where is your physician on this? Have you taken the time to sit with the progressional who cares for you and asked if this is a wise decision? ...Read more
Nolvadex (tamoxifen): Sorry, only by prescription, assuming u care about the quality of the medication. ...Read more
Novedex vs Nolvadex (tamoxifen): Novedex xt is a product used to increase testosterone & muscle mass; it blocks the conversion of testosterone to estrogen, but apparently does not increase muscle mass.Nolvadex (tamoxifen) is used to treat breast cancer, but it reportedly is used by bodybuilders who use Anabolic steroids to prevent gynecomastia (enlarged breasts due to breast tissue rather than muscle. See following comment. ...Read more
An anti-estrogen.: Nolvadex or tamoxifen is a serm (selective estrogen receptor modulator) that works as an anti-estrogenic drug and is most commonly used as first line treatment for breast cancer in females and males (1% of breast cancer occurs in males). It is related to the steroid drugs, but absolutely should not be used for body building. ...Read more
Not that many: let us start with the paradox that stopping seems to work as a cancer therapy ?!? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3180409/?report=classic Then, not blocking female hormones whoe allow these hormones to begin working. Menstrual cycling possibly returning, breast growth pssible (not likely) mood changes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Intolerance: Allergy to any medication or food means intolerance of your body to the chemicals in what you took. This usually requires change to a different safer medication. You doctor should be informed about the allergic reaction and no more of the culprit medication should be taken in future. ...Read more
Nolvadex (tamoxifen): Also called tamoxefin, is a medicine used to treat some forms of breast cancers. It is thru prescription only. ...Read more
Yes: I would confirm with your oncologist.Get a more detailed answer ›