Originally, Tamoxifen Citrate was developed as a Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM). The substance can be generally described as antagonist and agonist, depending on the part of the body that is being considered. This implies that in some areas it can act as an anti-oestrogen, whilst in the other parts it will be acting like oestrogen. The medical use of the drug was to treat breast cancer.
It is normally used during the Post Cycle Therapy for a determined period of 3-6 weeks.
The ordinary functions of the modulator is to eliminate the traits of the oestrogenic activity of the anabolic steroids like testosterone and Nandrolone. This means that it will bind to oestrogen, thus, preventing it from binding. Besides, it is an Aromatase Inhibitor which implies the inhibition of the activity of the Aromatase enzyme responsible for aromatization.
Another effect is the stimulation of testosterone in the body. This happens due to a negative feedback being sent to the pituitary gland which halts the production of LH and FSH.
There are some side effects related to vaginal bleeding, stomach pains and headaches.
10-20 mg a day should be administered during 2-3 weeks.
Showing 1 to 3 of 3 (1 Pages)