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Do you need to cycle off SARMs?

Normally, the safest way to get off of SARMs involves a process called PCT, or Post Cycle Therapy. What PCT does is help your body return to a normal, balanced hormone level after the SARMs that you have taken raised it up past normal levels. So in most cases, yes, it is necessary to cycle off of SARMs.

Now, this may not always be the case. Keep in mind that the decision on whether or not you should cycle off of SARMs or not is mainly based on how long you’ve been on the SARM as well as what kind of SARM it is. Some SARMs don’t require the usage of PCT at all. It’s always a good idea to make sure you check the kind of SARM you’re taking before you even begin the cycle in the first place. That way, you’ll know what to expect when the cycle is ending.

In most cases, to stay on the safe side, just assume that PCT is likely necessary on any intense long SARMs cycle. It’s most likely right, and to skip PCT can have drastic consequences: just double check and make sure –or know ahead of time — that you need to do it before you start.