It seems Bill Llewellyn is promoting nolvadex over clomid post cycle. I am curious to hear anyone else's take on this one. Below is an article by Bill which appeared on Par Deus' site www.avantlabs.com.
I know this may not necessarily follow suit with the thread, however, it does involve Nolvadex...
Strictly for purposes of an Anti-E, why would one choose Nolvadex over Proviron? From the research I've done, all "arrows" would point to Proviron, yet I never hear/see anybody talk about it. Any info??
When my wife and I had to go through infertility treatments, the doctor didn't give me a script for nolvadex, he gave me one for clomid. As far as the proviron, I think the reason it's not talked about much is because it's scheduled where nolva and clomid aren't, there fore the two are available on a wider bases.
Yes that's a good article.
If I had to choose just one I'd go for nolvadex personally (in reality I use both).
Also we should remember that the two are very similar: clomid = mixture of enclomiphene + zuclomiphene (an isomer of enclomiphene), nolva = just enclomiphene. These isomers get changed into each other (and other things) once in the bloodstream so after a while the two drugs end up as a pretty much identical mixture.