In this article, we will go over the best PCT (Post Cycle Therapy) for RAD140 (Testolone). We will go over what the best PCT for RAD140 is, when should you and when you should not PCT after a Testolone cycle and more.
We will only focus on the topic of PCT for RAD140 in this article. If you want to learn more about this compound, read our in-depth article about RAD140.
Do you need to do a RAD140 PCT
The short answer, usually no, but sometimes you do. Let’s explain.
What to do to not have to PCT for RAD140:
- Stick to normal dosages
- Stick to an 8-week cycle
- Buy high-quality, pure Testolone
Obviously, if you stick to normal dosages and an 8-week cycle length, you won’t need a PCT. This has even been confirmed by multiple studies on Testolone and other SARMs.
You also have to be careful to buy your compounds from good companies that sell high-quality, pure RAD140 and other compounds. Some companies sell bunk products that contain other substances and are a lot more suppressive because of that. Remember, real SARMs aren’t suppressive enough to require a PCT in most cases. Read our article on where to buy SARMs for more information.
So to recap, you need a PCT if your dosages are too big, your cycle too long or your compound is bunk. It is true, however, that some people have a bad reaction to SARMs and get more suppressed by them than others. Keep in mind, this is rare. If you are one of those people, you should probably do a PCT.
Remember, at the end of the day, the ONLY way to know for certain, if you need a PCT or not, is to do a blood test that will tell you your testosterone levels. If they are super low, you need a PCT. If not, you don’t.
A decent way of knowing if you need a PCT, without doing a blood test, is to see how you are feeling at the end of the cycle. If you feel fine, you almost certainly don’t need to do a Post Cycle Therapy.
How to PCT for RAD140
There are two compounds that come into consideration when doing a PCT, they are called Nolvadex and Clomid. They are not much different, some people claim that Clomid can cause depression but other than that, they will do exactly the same thing. Raise your natural testosterone production, helping you get away from testosterone suppression faster.
As we said, if you don’t need a PCT, don’t do it because it can cause side effects. You should definitely do it, however, if you feel that you are very suppressed and your blood test shows a serious testosterone suppression.
We will list two examples of how to PCT for RAD140. The first example will be if you don’t feel very suppressed and don’t want to get blood tested (even though we recommend that you do). It is basically a very mild PCT.
The second example is a stronger PCT that you should only use if you feel very suppressed and your blood test shows that your testosterone is very suppressed.
PCT protocol for RAD140 if you don’t feel suppressed and want to do it to be safe:
|6-9 (4 weeks)||20mg a day|
PCT protocol for RAD140 after obvious suppression:
|6-7 (2 weeks)||40mg a day|
|8-9(2 weeks||20mg a day|
In conclusion, you probably won’t need a PCT for RAD140, as long as you stick to the normal dosages, an 8-week cycle length and buy high-quality, pure Testolone. The only way to really know for sure, however, is to do a blood test and evaluate your testosterone levels.
If you decide to do a PCT for RAD140, we advise that you do a milder PCT if you don’t feel very suppressed (20/20/20/20 Nolvadex/Clomid). If you feel that you are very suppressed at the end of your cycle, do a stronger Post Cycle Therapy (40/40/20/20 Nolvadex/Clomid).