Clomid has been seen to stimulate the body to churn out gonadotrophic hormones to realign its testosterone levels to prevent a catabolic state from taking place. It does this by encouraging the hypophysis or anterior pituitary gland to work double time after cycling with prohormones and anabolic steroids.
There are basically two major types of gonadotrophic hormones in the body, particularly the luteinizing hormone (LH) and the follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). The FSH and LH work together to rev up the testes to produce and release more testosterone.
This staves off the risk of catabolism and the risks that it can set off in the long run if not dealt with properly through PCT.