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Q:  What is Raloxefine? I know it has something to do with estrogen receptors. Is it used in PCT?

A: Raloxefine is a SERM (Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator) like Nolvadex or Clomid, but it has a very different activity profile and is still pretty new in terms of those who use it. It’s a very good drug for gyno, but not as good for PCT, and of course, those are two very different things. This is one of 3 or 4 up and coming SERMS. Another is Falsodex, Ralox and Torimifene. The latter two aren’t nearly as interesting as Falsodex and Raloxefine, because they may only be useful as primers, taken with HCG. In the long run, Raloxefine may work better than Nolvadex, but then it seems that a lot is working better than Nolvadex in the past few years. There seem to be no negative sides worth mentioning with this drug. One guy here in our office has used it and ran it at about 80mgs/ day for a few weeks. He said it felt like Nolvadex – did its job, but didn’t cause any side effects, so was virtually undetectable while taking it. That’s a great thing in our book!

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