Nolvadex and fertility in women are linked, though Nolvadex (also known as Tamoxifen, the generic version) is also used as a treatment for breast cancer.
For example, the drug tamoxifen has been very effective against breast cancer and is in 2004 being used to prevent recurrence in breast cancer survivors.
According to Nolvadex.com, Nolvadex itself was discontinued as of June 2006, but there are other generic versions (tamoxifen) still on the market.
Both groups resulted in more retrievable, mature eggs, and more fertilized ones than the Tamoxifen (Nolvadex only) group.
Nolvadex and fertility have definitely been linked, and results are significant enough to consider tamoxifen an option.
So how long do you need to take Nolvadex (or the generic tamoxifen) before you can start trying to get pregnant at all?
For example, tamoxifen is used to treat breast cancers whose growth depends on the hormone estrogen.
Tamoxifen/FSH and Letrozole/FSH groups did better than the ones with Tamoxifen alone.