The Negative Effects Of  Clomid

On the whole, clomid isn’t regarded as being in any way a high risk item - it simply doesn’t pose too much of a threat to the body in
regards to the manifestation of adverse issues.

However, there are still some potential problems that may come to fruition as we’ll soon discuss. Let’s take a more in-depth look at this aspect of this popular protective agent.

Clomid Has Very Few Side Effects:

If you’re used to implementing oral steroid pills, then you’re probably worried that anything that is pharmaceutical grade that comes in tablet form is going to pose the same risk to your health. Luckily though, this just isn’t the case here - after all, people wouldn’t call on SERM’s for protection if they were going to make things worse.

You would typically associate all of the  elements with using anything belonging to the anabolic products' niche, but protective products are in a “world” of their own - all of the “bad” things you are perhaps used to typically do not apply here.

Some of the main reasons why clomid doesn’t present many side effects are:

  • It isn’t C-17 alkylated, so liver hepatotoxicity isn’t a risk
  • It doesn’t negatively impact cholesterol levels
  • It doesn’t negatively influence blood pressure
  • It doesn’t suppress testosterone levels
  • It doesn’t present any estrogenic risk

What To Do If You Experience Visual Disturbances

Some users experience visual disturbances like blurred vision, photophobia, “floaters”, scotoma and phosphenes whilst using clomid.

Whilst the precise mechanisms behind the fruition of these adverse issues is not fully understood, we do know for certain of their existence due to the sheer number of reports from users.

Typically speaking, these issues can be alleviated simply by reducing your dose - you definitely need to consult with a medical professional should any of these visual elements present themselves however. Simply reducing the dose in silence isn’t safe, and liaising with a qualified medical practitioner is always the only way to guarantee safety.

These visual disturbances ordinarily occur when the user's dose has been increased rapidly and / or drastically when compared to their normal levels.

Other Side Effects

Some of the other potential issues associated with the implementation of clomiphene include, but are not limited to:

  • Flushing
  • General discomfort in the stomach leading to nausea and diarrhea
  • Tenderness in the breast tissue (often simply due to the amount of activity occurring there)
  • Pains in the head
  • Visual disturbances (as previously mentioned)
  • Potential uterine bleeding

Of course, we do not include here - as we will extensively in the appropriate section of this site - the 'more than negative' side effects arising from the purchase of a underdosed and/or impure (if not totally fake) variant of clomiphene, from any of those unreliable suppliers out there. Only buy first class products always, from trusted suppliers - one like MyoGen Labs, whose ClomiGen ( is famous among bodybuilders and gym goers.