LGD 4033, also called Ligandrol, is a very popular SARM that a lot of people use. But does it need a PCT? How to cycle LGD 4033 with no PCT? We will answer all of that and more in this article.
PCT (Post Cycle Therapy) is a process of helping your body recover from a suppressed Testosterone production. As a rule of thumb, only SARMs such as YK11 and S23 need a PCT. The other SARMs don’t require a PCT if you cycle them correctly. Still, however, a lot of people do PCT for other SARMs such as LGD 4033.
It’s not smart to do a PCT if you don’t need it. This is because SERMs such as Nolvadex or Clomid can have serious side effects on their own. Because of this, you should avoid doing a PCT unless you are very suppressed.
Let’s start off by explaining if LGD 4033 requires a PCT or not.
Does LGD 4033 need a PCT
Usually, real, high-quality, pure LGD 4033 won’t require a PCT. This is as long as you stick to normal dosages for normal cycle length.
However, some companies sadly sell bunk LGD 4033 that is spiked with other substances. This lowers it’s effectiveness and gives it a bunch of side effects as well as increases its suppressiveness. So the first thing that you should do if you want to cycle LGD 4033 with no PCT is to buy real, high-quality Ligandrol. Doing this will assure you that you have real products that aren’t super suppressive. Your body should easily recover naturally from a Ligandrol cycle as long as you use normal dosages (up to 10mg a day) for normal cycle length (up to 8 weeks).
The only reliable way, however, to 100% for certain tell if you need a PCT or not is by getting a blood test done. It will tell you how suppressed you are and from that, you will be able to tell if you need a PCT or not.
Most of the time, however, if you feel totally fine at the end of your cycle, you don’t require a PCT.
Example LGD 4033 no PCT cycles
Let’s go over two examples of LGD 4033 cycles that will almost certainly require NO PCT. Of course, this is assuming that the LGD 4033 is pure and high-quality.
Remember, always get a blood test done to be 100% sure.
|2.5mg a day
|2.5mg a day
These two cycles will work great and won’t be very suppressive.
In conclusion, real LGD 4033 won’t require a PCT as long as you stick to normal dosages and normal cycle length. The only way to be 100% certain, however, if you need to do a PCT or not is by getting a blood test done.
This is why I recommend that you get a blood test done at the end of your cycle. So far, however, I never required to do a PCT for my LGD 4033 cycle. This is because it just isn’t that suppressive if it’s pure.
If you want more information about this compound, read my in-depth LGD 4033 guide.