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As for how it affects bloods I just mean that because nolva is responsible for the artificially high levels of LH which we use to get test production up again If you take nolva at 20mg ed for a month and then take a blood test a month after stopping it chances are your LH will still be artificially high because a significant amount of nolvas active metabolite will still be in your system (around 20% of maximal levels). Nolvas long half-life is why people preload it and taper down, so that the start of pct blood levels are high enough to have a theraputic effect whilst the end of pct blood levels aren't so built up that it's going to hang around for months.