Is Clomid (clomiphene) safe for men?

Clomid (clomiphene) safety in men. Clomid (clomiphene) use in men is safe. Prolonged daily dosing (for at least 3 months) is required for it to be effective.

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Is clomid (clomiphene) safe for long use for 50 years old man at dose 25 mg or 50mg.

I do not know! I do not know why a 50 year old man would want to use Clomid (clomiphene)?? It is usually used with younger woman who has difficulties to conceive!! Read more...

Is safe clomid (clomiphene) for long term use for low testosterone at baseline for 50 years old man and what dose well bi good and safe?

Variable dose. The clomid (clomiphene) has been used in men but ihere is no dose recommendations from the manufacturer. The use is off label. Different specialists use it differently. i have used three times per week. You should read all the details about it before using. Read more...

Witch more safe for low testosterone at man 49 years old androgel or clomid (clomiphene)?

Unknown. There are no good long term studies looking at the safety of testosterone or clomiphene in men. However, clomiphene works in a more "natural" way to increase testosterone levels, and therefore may be safer. You should always do multiple baseline tests for testosterone, and have clear cut symptoms associated with testosterone deficiency before starting either medication. Read more...

Have any doctors heard of using clomiphene citrate or anastrozole to boost a mans natural production of testosterone? If so is it safe and effective?

Let's back up. These are sometimes used to scam bodybuilders but i'm going to assume that your concern is rather with diminished libido despite your young age. If you have had a few serum testosterone levels actually low, this may be the problem; otherwise these won't help you. More important is that some smart physician screen you for prolactinoma, hemochromatosis & other important causes of lost libido. Read more...
Not wise. Clomid (clomiphene) causes estrogen and non-estrogen effects. Anastrozole decreases androgen to estrogen. Age 22? Why would you even consider this. Surely it is not ed. Lift some weights, workout. Taking opioids? Taking anabolics? Read more...