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female anti-estrogen anabolic steroids Toremifene Citrate
Toremifene Citrate introductions:
Fareston is a Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM) and is one of the newer SERM’s on the market. and is manufactured in numerous countries across the globe. The compound is very similar to Nolvadex (Tamoxifen Citrate) and Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) but is far more closely related to Nolvadex. Like most SERM’s Fareston carries both estrogen agonist and antagonist properties and is primarily used in the fight against breast cancer. Specifically, Fareston is used to treat estrogen receptor positive breast cancer in post-menopausal women or breast cancer with unknown estrogenic activity.While a formidable opponent to breast cancer, Fareston is also suitable for anabolic steroid users. The SERM is an excellent choice in the fight against estrogenic side effects due to steroid supplementation. In fact, it may be the best SERM for this purpose. However, while SERM’s like Nolvadex and Clomid are also commonly used for Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) treatment plans, we will find Fareston is a poor choice for this period of use.
Fareston Dosages and cycles:
Toremifene Citrate (Fareston) is an anti-estrogenic medication, a SERM officially classified as a non-steroidal triphenylethylene derivative. As an anti-estrogen, Fareston functions by binding or attaching to the estrogen receptors in various tissues throughout the body creating a competition between it and the estrogen hormone. By attaching to the varying receptors this prevents the estrogen hormone from binding and performing its intended action. Primarily this will be beneficial in that it prevents the estrogen hormone from binding to the estrogen receptors in the mammary tissue.
Unlike Aromatase Inhibitors (AI’s), a much stronger class of anti-estrogens, Fareston does not have the ability to lower serum estrogen levels. AI’s function by inhibiting aromatization, which refers to the conversion of testosterone to estrogen; this in turn lowers the body’s serum estrogen levels; there is now less estrogen available to do what estrogen does. However, with Fareston use, while no reduction occurs the circulating estrogen doesn’t have the ability to perform and feed breast cancer or the condition known as gynecomastia common to many steroid users.
For bodybuilding purposes, a dose of 40-60mgs per day seems to be a good starting point. If the user is trying to fight existing gynecomastia (bitch tits), they may choose to double the dose and add an aromatase inhibitor like Aromasin with it. For PCT, some users will kick-start with 100-120mgs per day and then lower to 40-60mgs per day for 4-6 weeks.
The half life of fareston is around 5 days, which is approximately the same as clomid and nolvadex.
Effects of Fareston
The effects of Fareston are fairly easy to understand once we understand its functions and traits, but we can put things into more real life terms. For the breast cancer patient the idea is very simple. Many forms of breast cancer actively feed off of the estrogen hormone. By blocking the hormone, while perhaps overly simplistic, this starves the cancer. It is often used in the first line of treatment or following AI treatment in an effort to prevent a reoccurrence.For the anabolic steroid user, when supplementing with aromatizing steroids the increase in estrogen can lead to gynecomastia and excess water retention. Those who suffer from high levels of water retention commonly find their blood pressure increases. SERM’s like Fareston are not always enough to combat water retention, but they will do a much better job than many tend to believe. A common problem with water retention is often the dose of aromatizing steroids and diet that accompanies their use. Bloating and water retention is a common off-season problem due to high doses of testosterone and calorie dense diets. When we overeat, with or without steroids this will cause water retention. Excess carbohydrates are the leading factor and when aromatizing steroids are present this can exasperate the problem. It is true, you need excess calories to grow, but rarely do you need near the amount many tend to assume they need. Normally, a slight increase above maintenance is enough to grow. Most would be surprised how well they could control water retention if they used Fareston and simply did a better job controlling their diets.
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