PCT stands for Post Cycle Therapy, which is a period of time when an individual uses medication to help their body recover from the effects of anabolic steroids or other performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). PCT is typically used after a cycle of steroid use to help restore natural testosterone production and prevent negative side effects.

Show Filters

Showing all 8 results

During a cycle of anabolic steroid use, the body’s natural production of testosterone is suppressed. When the steroid cycle is completed, the body may take some time to restart its own testosterone production, which can lead to a variety of negative side effects, such as low libido, fatigue, and muscle loss.

To help the body recover after a steroid cycle, PCT medications may be used to stimulate natural testosterone production, restore hormone balance, and prevent negative side effects. Some commonly used PCT medications include selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs), aromatase inhibitors (AIs), and human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG).

Ancillaries, on the other hand, are medications that are used during a steroid cycle to help prevent or manage negative side effects. These medications may be used to reduce the risk of gynecomastia (breast tissue growth in men), to control blood pressure, or to manage other potential side effects.