Is the King Protocol safe?
πŸ‘‘ King Protocol
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Written by Crystal
Updated over a week ago

Our focus is on providing doctor-prescribed protocols that are effective and most importantly, safe. Unlike steroids, the King Protocol (enclomiphene) does not suppress your natural testosterone production, shrink your testicles, cause infertility, or risk liver damage.

While all medications have a possibility of side effects, different classes such as the Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) are much safer. The SERM most commonly used in the Maximus King Protocol (enclomiphene) has not been shown to have adverse events in clinical trials, side effects are rare (~1-3%), very mild (e.g. headache, nausea), and actually no different than what a person experiences taking placebo pills, so are likely not due to the medication itself.

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