“Anadrol”, “ANDROL” redirects here. It’s not to be mistaken with Android. Oxymethone, generally sold under various brand names Anadrol, Anapolin and others, is an antiandrogenic anabolic steroid (ADA) drug that’s used primarily in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
There are a few potential side effects associated with use of anadrol-50; changes in handwriting, decreased libido, and changes in heart rate. However these occurrences are usually mild and transient and do not usually become problematic. If you think you might be sensitive to an ingredient in this product, check with your doctor first. Use it as directed. If you experience any side effects talk to your doctor immediately.
One of the most common uses for anadrol is to reduce fatigue. It appears to increase energy and vitality. The primary cause of this is an increase in circulating anadrol. This component is also found in Red Bull, boost anadrol, and many other sports drinks. No long term medical use has been reported for oxymetholone and there are no known interactions with prescription or over the counter medications.
For women, anadrol can help with menstrual cycle issues. Some women notice that they have more energy and sleep better after taking an estrogenic (anabolic) anabolic drug such as anadrol. Other possible medical use for anadrol would be to treat an ovarian cyst. If you have a positive family history of cancer or breast cancer, you may want to speak with your doctor before starting an aas therapy. Also, an aas therapy could affect your progesterone and estrogen levels.
An aas inhibitor may cause gastrointestinal upset. Some people notice that an aas steroid dosage makes their stomach less acidic. Because of these side effects, many doctors prefer to not prescribe anadrol unless they clearly need it for an emergency. However, even with doctors’ orders, anadrol may cause side effects for some people. In particular, some people find that anadrol causes an upset stomach, diarrhea, vomiting and weight loss. Some brand names of anadrol may even cause these same side effects.
An aasole can be broken down into two types – the extended-release (ER) and the extended-release capsules (IR). An ER capsule is faster acting than an IR one, but has more serious side effects. It is also more costly. An FDA warning on the back of an ER product warns of liver damage if the drug is taken too frequently. An aroids tablet comes in various forms. Some contain only the chemical compound, some are liquids and some contain cream-based solutions that melt into the stomach, creating a milky white substance.