What is PCT?
After stopping the drug, most men are advised to follow a post-cycle treatment (PCT) plan. A high-quality and effective PCT regimen includes SERMs such as Nolvadex (tamoxifen citrate) and Clomid (clomiphene citrate) and the peptide hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). You can recover well without a PCT plan, but it takes a very long time.
Persistent low testosterone levels may even put your hard-earned muscle tissue at risk as it provides the perfect environment for cortisol to become your dominant hormone. Enabling the PCT plan will not return to normal on its own, but will speed up the process.
A solid PCT plan ensures that you have enough testosterone to keep your body functioning properly while levels continue to rise naturally.
When should I start treatment for mice?
After a single enanthate course, PCT begins 3 days after the last propionate injection. After this time, the steroid completely stops working in the body.
For PCT behavior, Clomiphene is preferred because Clomid is included in the course as it does not have the inherent toxicity of tamoxifen.
Considering we’re using hCG for the last 3 weeks of the cycle, 20 Clomid pills are enough to restore our own testosterone production to pre-course levels.
How to take CLOMID after a solo testosterone course:
- For the first 15 days, take 50 mg., (1 tablet)
- Next 10 days – 25mg (half tablet)
It is recommended to do the test before and after the Enki course to understand how much you have recovered after the cycle.