Testosterone and its derivate are made synthetically pharmaceutically as drugs for many different treatments. Pharmaceutical research of anabolic steroid is not focused a lot on muscle grow in healthy individuals but only in some aging related diseases like sarcopenia – the loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength as a result of aging. Osteoporosis is one of the aging diseases that is also sometimes treated with anabolic steroids. In all these treatments, serious hormonal misbalance is highly possible, and a reaction of other, not targeted tissues. Some of the side effects using anabolic steroids can lead to liver conditions like peliosis hepatis – blood-filled cysts replacing healthy liver cells. This condition is often diagnosed late when it is already life threatening to treat liver failure present or intra-abdominal bleeding start.
Dianabol is usually combined with two steroids, including Anavar and Anadrol, to achieve maximum efficiency. The exact dosage of Dianabol may vary from user to user, depending on their objectives and muscle gains in their physical form, but in general, the daily dose varies between 20 and 50 mg daily. The daily dosage can be changed when Dianabol is combined with other steroids like Trenbolone. Many people prefer to combine a lower dose of Dianabol (20mg) with a higher dose of injectable anabolic steroids (between 500 and 1000 mg per week).
Similar to testosterone and Anadrol 50, Dianabol is a potent steroid, but also one which brings about noticeable side effects. For starters methandrostenolone is quite estrogenic. Gynecomastia is likewise often a concern during treatment, and may present itself quite early into a cycle (particularly when higher doses are used). At the same time water retention can become a pronounced problem, causing a notable loss of muscle definition as both subcutaneous water and fat build. Sensitive individuals may therefore want to keep the estrogen under control with the addition of an antiestrogen such as NolvadexÂ and/or Proviron . The stronger drug ArimidexÂ (antiaromatase) would be a better choice, but can also be quite expensive in comparison to standard estrogen maintenance therapies.