Methenolone effects and risks

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I noticed that you recommended oxandrolone over dianabol in what appears to be the only question that I’ve seen posed to you regarding anabolic steroids.

Do you have any opinions on oral primobolan?  In my own research, I’ve been led to believe that primobolan is an effective anabolic steroid; yet, it has little to no side-effects typically associated with steroid use.

I am interested in eating well and putting in the time working out – but after years of having done that, with less than stellar results, I would like something that would help me out to not be a monster; but get that Men’s Health look.  However, not at the expense of some of the more horrific side effects that I have read about and heard of — and I am also not excited about the idea of injection.

Last – I do have children and want to have more children, so my primary concern would be effects in that area.

 

 

Methenolone acetate is a non-c17-alpha alkylated oral steroid, one of only a few commercially available oral agents that presents limited liver toxicity to the user. There are enough clinical data about safety and efficacy, although most studies are old. This steroid has been used to promote weight gain in underweight premature infants and children in clinical studies, and was able to do so effectively and without signs of toxicity or undesirable effects.

Methenolone is not aromatized by the body and is not measurably estrogenic. Estrogen-linked side effects (gynecomastia, water retention, hypertension) should not be seen when administering this steroid.Androgenic effects (oily skin, acne, and body/facial hair growth, alopecia) are possible but uncommon.  Cardiovascular effects ( changes in cholesterol and lipids) are more common than other steroids like testosterone or nandrolone.

All anabolic/androgenic steroids when taken in doses sufficient to promote muscle gain are expected to suppress endogenous testosterone production. Testosterone levels should return to normal within 1-4 months of drug secession. Primobolan® is generally described as having a low impact on endogenous testosterone production. But it depends on dosage too. Probably using low dosages (25-50 mg/daily, less than 8 weeks) effects on sexual function are limited and quickly reversible. Using higher dosages or combination will intensify effects on testicular atrophy and will cause a significant increase in recovery time.

 

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