Sustanon-250 is AAS which is a mixture of testosterone esters. This steroid begins to act very quickly due to short ethers in its composition, and the period of action of this AAS is about 4 weeks, because in addition to short ethers, long esters of testosterone also enter into its composition. Sustanon is very suitable for mass-gathering cycles.
The working dosage starts from 500 mg per week, mostly experienced athletes use this AAS from 750 mg per week or more.
Since sustanone is essentially testosterone, it is very well combined with absolutely all anabolic steroids.
Sustanon includes 4 forms TESTOSTERONE :
- 30 mg of testosterone propionate
- 60 mg testosterone fenilipropionata
- 60 mg testosterone izokaproata
- 100 mg testosterone decanoate
- Peanut oil (most often) was used as solvent
- Benzyl alcohol as a preservative
Adverse effects of sustanon:
Like any other form of testosterone, Sustanon is converted into estrogens. For this reason, Sustanon causes such side effects as gynecomastia, swelling, fat deposition by the female type and depression of the production of its own testosterone. These side effects can be prevented by using anti-estrogens – Nolvadex or Clomid.
As a result of a decrease in the production of endogenous testosterone, the development of such a serious side effect of Sustanon as atrophy of the testicles is possible. This side effect can be prevented if you do not do a course of Sustanon longer than 8 weeks and take anti-estrogens. With longer courses, the use of gonadotropin is required.
In the body, testosterone is converted into dihydrotestosterone, which causes the following side effects: prostatic hypertrophy, alopecia, acne and others. These are the so-called androgenic side effects of Sustanon.
Also, athletes often notice a fever and flu-like condition during the course of Sustanon. Like most steroids, Sustanon increases the level of harmful cholesterol in the blood (prevented by taking Omega-3 throughout the course).
After the injection, infiltrates are sometimes formed (seals or “bumps” in the gluteal region or other injection site). Typically, infiltrates resolve within 2-5 weeks.