Active Substance Tamoxifen
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It is the most beloved nonsteroidal antiestrogen when it concerns post cycle therapy. It speeds up recovery from hard training, eases muscle pain and helps to prevent side effects appertaining to estrogen.
How does it work
The main active agent of Ultima-Nolva is tamoxifen citrate, around 30 mg in every tablet, the other agents are magnesium stearate, carboxymethylcellulose calcium, mannitol and starch.
Structurally Ultima-Nolva is the trans-isomer of a triphenylethylene derivative. It carries high enzymatic reaction. Enzyme are accelerators of chemical reactions. Virtually all metabolic processes in cells need enzymes to maintain and fasten essential transitions to sustain life. Consequently, high enzymatic charge lead to rapid recovery of the whole body on the cells level.
Tamoxifen is extensively metabolized after oral administration. Being a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM), Ultima-Nolva preserves the balanced ratio of testosterone and estradiol. It cures both high levels and low levels of estradiol and testosterone: by occupying the binding site of estrogen receptors in breast tissue, so that these receptors do not bind and by estradiol and by stimulating hypothalamus to produce luteinizing hormone which therefore activates testosterone production.
Ultima-Nolva can be used in an anabolic steroid cycle, to prevent high levels of estrogen and its side reactions as well as in post cycle therapy, to reduce possible muscle pain and promote fast recovery.
The main aim of every Ultima-Nolva post cycle therapy is to promote natural testosterone production by means of decreasing luteinizing and follicle-stimulating hormones.
That is the immediate solution for estrogen related problems, i.e. gynecomastia, libido changes, decrease in thyroid hormone (essential hormone for all processes in the body).
Since gyno turned to be one of the most burning question for steroid users, excess estrogen, the main reason of it, can be controlled beforehand by Ultima-Nolva. It is the most trustful and potent SERM on the market treating even severe cases of gyno.
Ultima-Nolva normalizes hormone levels back to your natural levels. After Ultima-Nolva PCT the natural testosterone, earlier suppressed by steroids, is renewed and the testes restart producing testosterone in proper quantity.
It is essential to run PCT to restore testosterone as it affects all systems of the body, if skip PCT, further hormonal problems are inevitable.
General recommendations range from 10 to 20 mg twice a day.
There are several options on how to use Ultima-Nolva when on PCT.
The first option includes taking the maximum dosage of 120mg on the first day, dividing them into three 40 mg doses. Then take 20 mg per day for the whole PCT.
You may also take 40 mg doses for four days, then reduce it down to 20 mg.
Side effects are relatively rare for this medicine. Most of severe impacts are in women, so women would better choose another medicine for PCT.
Possible side effects in females are: vagina itching, upset stomach, bone and joint pain, edema, headache, dizziness and hot flashes. May also occur such effects as heightening cholesterol levels, skin rashes and endometrial changes, altered blood cell count and altered platelet count, pulmonary embolism and vein thrombosis.
The side effects listed above do not impact men, though there might be some precautions to escape even the smallest risk in men.
May appear such side effects as: vision disturbance, reduction of libido.
Men should not worry about libido changes, as they are temporary and will end as soon as a post cycle therapy is over.
However, vision disturbance should be of your concern. If it appears, stop taking Ultima-Nolva. You may take another SERM instead or take a pause.
Ultima-Nolva should not be used with medicines of the same group. This restriction includes SERMs such as Evista, Osphena, Fareston and their generics. Sometimes it is possible to use Clomid and Ultima-Nolva together, but these are special cases.
Mind that extra consultation is required. We can only inform you, but you would better consult your health provider.