Anyone have luck with encomiphene?

Discussion in 'Steroid Post Cycle Therapy and ASIH Treatment' started by Theworm, Apr 14, 2019.

  1. Theworm

    Theworm Member

    Seems much better than clomid (shorter half life, less estrogen concerns etc), but the stuff is hard to find.

    Anyone have results/experience with it?
     
  2. BirdieNumNum

    BirdieNumNum Member

    It’s impossible to purchase so please tell me how you or anyone has experienced it?
     
  3. Theworm

    Theworm Member

    False. A few compounding pharmacies have it. I know one for sure where I’m going to get mine is in Kentucky.
    So it’s out there (also research sites have it but I stay away from those).
     
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  4. BirdieNumNum

    BirdieNumNum Member

    No research sites have them, I checked. Maybe u can get it in the states and he’ll yeah, go for it bro all the benefits non of the side effects.. no brainer.
     
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  5. maxmuscle01

    maxmuscle01 Member

    Geo has it
     
  6. BirdieNumNum

    BirdieNumNum Member

    Is it in liquid form? Nah bro fuck that.
     
  7. maxmuscle01

    maxmuscle01 Member

    Of course, I have never used it nor would I. I like to stick to pharma AI/Serm’s personally.
     
  8. Last I heard it’s not been fda approved, how would a dr prescribe it and a pharmacy carry it? They probably thought you meant Clomifene
     
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  9. Iron Frenchie

    Iron Frenchie Member

    I’ve made two orders from them and I was happy. But it’s like twice the price as their clomid.
     
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  10. maxmuscle01

    maxmuscle01 Member

    Thanks! Good to know there are other options. I like that someone on here approves of Geo.

    Max
     
  11. Theworm

    Theworm Member

    A doc can write whatever he wants within reason, compounding pharmacies can compound meds not fda approved. I can PM you the pharmacy. It’s legal for pharmacies to compound meds, 99% of compounded meds are not fda approved...
     
  12. Oh I thought if it wasn’t fda approved and still in trial that you needed some special waiver or something to get the meds. I guess it would be helpful to know which pharmacy has it if I could ever find a dr to prescribe it.