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Yes, Clomid can have adverse side effects. Some of these side effects are mood swings, headaches, fatigue and breast tenderness. More alarming side effects are that
– in approximately 30% of women taking Clomid, their cervical mucus will become hostile to sperm
– it has been shown to cause a thin uterine lining
– the action of Clomid on estrogen levels can also prevent natural ovulation in future cycles
– Clomid can stay in the body for 6 weeks or so after it’s use is stopped and this may be longer depending on how long Clomid is used
Then we’re left with PCT Clomid use. Standard PCT Clomid doses will normally start at 100-150mg per day for 1-2 weeks. From here the dose will drop to 50-100mg per day for 1-2 weeks and finish with 1-2 weeks at 50mg per day. Total Clomid therapy should last 4-6 weeks, so dosing should be based and considered on that total schedule. Most will also be far more successful in their PCT recovery by including Nolvadex and HCG. Timing is also important when planning your Clomid PCT use, and this timing factor will vary depending on the inclusion of HCG: