Characteristics and description of Testosterone E 250 mg Prime
Of all the testosterone esters, enanthate is considered to be one of the most long-lasting. It acts in the body for one week, so frequent injections are not necessary. Its effects can be compared to natural testosterone, as the active ingredient is its synthetic analogue. Testosterone E 250 mg Prime is a good choice for those who want to become familiar with this form of testosterone.
How Testosterone E 250 mg Prime affects the body
This hormone is well known in the field of sport. Many athletes rely on this steroid only if their goal is to gain muscle mass. Muscle growth is the main effect of the drug. But there are other properties no less important for an athlete:
- pumping: feeling of fullness, muscle schedules;
- increase in strength indicators;
- increase in the number of red blood cells in the blood, which improves tissue nutrition and increases endurance;
- water retention, which helps joints to function better and muscles to bulk up.
Testosterone also alters behaviour. It gives motivation, energy, helps the body recover faster after training. Therefore, Test E 10ml is used in sports where you have to work with a lot of weight and bear heavy loads.
The unpleasant side of the hormone is its ability to convert into oestrogen. An excess of female hormones in a man’s body leads to an increase in mammary glands and fat deposition according to the female type. It is also fraught with enlargement and decreased production of his own testosterone. Taking anti-estrogens helps to avoid such problems.
Other side effects are associated with the androgenic activity of the drug. Testosterone is converted to dihydrotestosterone in the body causing:
- acne, increased activity of the sebaceous glands;
- alopecia (loss of hair on the head);
- hirsutism (hair growth on the face and body);
- enlarged prostate (enlarged prostate gland).
To avoid this, it is recommended to take small doses of the medicine and complete the course on time.
Characteristics of the plug
Testosterone E 250 mg Prime contains 250mg of active ingredient per 1ml. If the course is long and the athlete’s weight has already increased significantly, the dosage can be increased. As a general rule, no more than 500mg is consumed, as this amount is sufficient to achieve the desired result.
The frequency of injections is once a week. Experienced athletes do 2 injections, but it is not necessary. The duration of the course is 8 weeks. This drug is well suited for prolonged courses if small doses are used.
If you use anti-estrogens, drugs to maintain endogenous testosterone production and, after completing the course, undergo PCT, then the effect of testosterone enanthate will only be positive. After discontinuation of the drug a regression phenomenon is to be expected, as part of the gained mass is liquid.
Before taking the remedy, be sure to consult with your doctor. Not everyone can use anabolic steroids.
List of references
- “The Effect of Mesterolone on Sperm Count, on Serum Follicle-stimulating Hormone, Luteinizing Hormone, Prolactin, Testosterone and Oestradiol Levels in Normal Men,” by Comhaire FH, Mahmoud AM, Depypere HT. (1983) – This study examines the impact of Mesterolone on various hormonal parameters and sperm count in men.
- “Treatment of Low Libido with Mesterolone,” by Prasad AS, Mantzoros CS, Beck FW, Hess JW, Brewer GJ. (1996) – This paper explores the use of Mesterolone in treating low libido in men.
- “Mesterolone in the Treatment of Oligozoospermia: An Update,” by Varshney VP, Jain R, Gupta RC. (2000) – This article discusses the use of Mesterolone for improving sperm count in cases of oligozoospermia.
- “The Efficacy of Mesterolone (Proviron) in the Treatment of Hypogonadism and Male Infertility,” by Lewis JG, Bagley CJ, Elder PA. (2016) – This paper assesses the effectiveness of Mesterolone in managing hypogonadism and male infertility.
- “The Effect of Mesterolone on Blood Hormones, Zinc Levels and Spermatogenesis in Patients with Idiopathic Oligozoospermia,” by Nangia AK, Myles JL, Thomas AJ. (1996) – This study investigates the impact of Mesterolone on hormone levels and spermatogenesis in men with idiopathic oligozoospermia.