Clomid is used as post cycle therapy (PCT) which has ability to bind to the estrogen receptors, much like nolvadex, in male users who run estrogenic compounds such as testosterone, dianabol, and deca durabolin. It can be used as gynecomastia treatment (anti-gyno).
Clomid is a fairly weak anti-gyno aid, due to its ability to boost testosterone levels. It is a SERM (selective estrogen receptor modulator), so it's in the same grouping as tamoxifen (nolvadex). It is the most widely prescribed drug for ovulation induction, which is useful for those who are infertile.
Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) improves fertility by stimulating egg release in women and increasing sperm production in men. It has been demonstrated to be a useful therapy for the anovulatory patient desiring pregnancy. It belongs to a group of drugs known as selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs).
Since, due to natural testosterone levels being low in post cycle, most men are encouraged to implement a PCT program. Clomid is an excellent choice for this purpose and one of the most commonly used PCT medications.