The safe use of testosterone propionate and the fight against side effects
Types of side effects:
All side effects from Testosterone Propionate occur due to exceeding the recommended doses or personal intolerance to the drug. For any pharmacology, it is important to have a responsible approach. After all, the appearance of side effects often indicates the presence of violations in the body. Here are several more common side-effects;
- Appearance of acne on the body;
- Aggression & irritability;
- Loss of hair on the head;
- Redness & pain at the injection site;
- Appearance of hair on the back.
The side effects we listed above will vary from person to person. Doses of Test Prop like any other steroid, will affect each user differently. Side effects that are felt by one man, may not be felt by another. Key factors such as age, level of fitness/activity, overall health, diet and training will play a role in the risk of such side effects.
Dealing with side-effects:
It is very useful for athletes to apply PCT drugs to normalize the work of the kidneys, liver and other organs. After stopping the cycle, it is recommended to contact a specialist for a detailed analysis of the state of the body. Not all steroid users talk to their doctor about steroid use or get tests done after a steroid cycle to see where their levels stand. From years of steroid cycling, those more advanced or experienced users can tell on their own, what they need to do in order to minimize or eliminate unwanted side effects. This is usually not the case for beginners. It simply takes trial and error and experience to figure out how your body will respond.