As we previously mentioned, clomid is somewhat of a “specialist” when it comes to increasing male fertility; whilst it does offer a decent level of general estrogenic protection, it does not offer the same level of protection as some other compounds do.
How To Stack Clomid With Aromatase Inhibitors
One of the best means of guaranteeing “around the clock” protection is to stack clomid with an aromatase inhibitor to provide a multi-dimensional “attack” on estrogen.
Arimidex for instance is an excellent accomplice for clomid as it provides more of the “general” protection that clomid somewhat lacks. Equally, clomid provides a great platform for increasing fertility.
As such, the two work together very well. In order to use them both together, you would utilise your average clomid dose of roughly 50mg per day in conjunction with an arimidex intake of roughly 0.5mg per day (or every other day should this prove to be too much.)
Another excellent product to have on hand in the “background” would be letrozole owing to its tremendous potency when dealing with gynecomastia - you would only utilise this product should the physical symptoms of gynecomastia actually start to manifest however.
An intake of roughly 2 - 2.5mg per day over the course of roughly 14 days should physical symptoms manifest will likely prove high enough to counteract the issue all together.
You could stack arimidex with clomid throughout your cycle as your “base” protection stack, then keep letrozole on hand to serve as a third tier of protection if absolutely necessary.
Clomid + Nolvadex + HCG Stack
As you well know, clomid and nolvadex work excellently together as part of a PCT plan, but HCG is also another fantastic means of dramatically spiking your testosterone production at the end of an anabolic steroid phase.
In order to successfully weave this item into your PCT framework, you actually need to use HCG before using nolvadex and clomid - almost like a mini cycle running as a “warm up” for the main PCT phase.
Your HCG cycle would need to begin according to the same guidelines as a clomid PCT phase (please observe the previous section on steroid half - lives.)
In this instance, administering HCG at an intake of 1,500 - 4,000 IU every 3 - 4 days over the course of 2 - 3 weeks should suffice before your SERM integration begins.
How To Pass A Drug Test With Clomid
To be completely realistic, if you want to stand the best chance possible of passing a drugs test then you should always wait at least a third longer than the maximum expected half life duration.
In this instance, traces have been found in the body after 6 weeks of use, therefore an 8 week wait (two months) would be necessary in order to come as close as possible to guaranteeing that a positive result did not occur.
Once this time frame had elapsed, you should theoretically be in a position where taking part in a test is no longer particularly risky.
Clomid's Half Life
The “official” half life for clomid is 5 - 7 days; however, this has been proven incorrect on several occasions.
Some users have actually had traces of the compound detected in their feces up to 6 weeks after the end of their clomid integration - this makes for an incredibly lengthy half life!
It’s actually almost impossible to speculate precisely how long this product is going to last for in your system - this makes passing tests problematic for athletes and bodybuilders alike.
In regards to real world effects on fertility, it’s safe to say that clomid has been very successful in this capacity to say the least.
After all, it was due to its initial success as a fertility aid for women that it was then released into the male sector where it provided similar effectiveness.
It has been known to be remarkably effective for women within the first 3 - 6 cycles it is implemented for - long term use however has not been proven to be particularly effective, and after the afore-mentioned phase has come to an end it’s unlikely the user will experience the same level of benefit going forwards.
At least 58.3% of males using clomid are likely to be be able to conceive with their partner without the need for any other factors or medication being involved.
These are favourable odds, proving once again that clomid really is a highly effective fertility aid.
Clomid's Effects On Ovulation
Generally speaking, ovulation is incredibly likely during the first 3 - 6 months of using clomid.
This in turn will of course increase the chances of conceiving. It’s worth noting that the couple must attempt conception regularly over the course of this 3 - 6 month period in order to achieve the best chance possible of this occurring.
Once the first 3 - 6 cycles have passed, the likelihood of conceiving / successful ovulation will decrease rapidly.