Testosterone Suspension 100mg

 

5 Ampoules of 1 ml
100mg
For IM use only
Sterile solution
Cotton oil base

What is in this leaflet

1. What is Testosterone Suspension
2. Suggested Use/Cycles
3. Side effect of Testosterone Suspension
4. Testosterone Suspension Reviews:

1. What is Testosterone Suspension

Testosterone Suspension is a pure ester free synthetic testosterone compound that is normally suspended in water. Most injectable anabolic steroids are suspended in oil and oil based Suspension can be found but water base is far more common. As there is no ester attached to Testosterone Suspension, this means there is no ester to take up any mass in the compound, thereby increasing its potency on a per milligram basis.  When we examine an anabolic steroid on the basis of its concentrated potency, we commonly have to take into consideration the mass of the ester. For example, Testosterone Propionate will carry more active testosterone on a per milligram basis than Testosterone Cypionate due to the Cypionate ester taking up more mass in the compound than the Propionate ester. This is why you will commonly see Propionate doses to be a little lower than Cypionate doses. But with Testosterone Suspension, as there’s no ester there’s no interference with the concentration.

2. Suggested Uses/Cycles

In a therapeutic setting, standard Testosterone Suspension doses will fall in the 25-50mg per injection range. Normally a dose of 25-50mg will be administered 2-3 times per week. In a performance capacity, Testosterone Suspension doses will most commonly fall in the 50-100mg per injection range on an every other day to daily basis. Some will even choose to split their total daily dosing into two smaller daily injections but there’s really no benefit in this protocol with the total active half-life of the compound being around 24 hours. Higher doses can be used, 200mg every other day to even daily are not unheard of, but very few men will ever need more than 100mg every day.

Always remember the more you use the greater the potential for adverse effects. Further, many will be including a standard ester base testosterone like Cypionate or Enanthate in their cycle and will only be using Suspension for short periods of time.  You can use Testosterone Suspension for an entire cycle, but many find 4-6 week burst of the hormone as part of a larger cycle to be very beneficial. This will be especially true in kick starting a cycle or using the compound to break through a sticking point. As for stacking, Testosterone Suspension stacks well with any and all anabolic steroids.

Female Testosterone Suspension use has not been discussed due to its very limited and rare use. Female athletes are strongly cautioned against using this compound due to a high and pronounced rate of virilization. In a clinical setting it is sometimes used to treat specific forms of breast cancer, but this is extremely rare.

3. Side effects of Testosterone Suspension

There are possible side effects of Testosterone Suspension use; however, keep in mind it’s just testosterone, a hormone your body is well accustomed to.

For the low testosterone patient, the probability of incurring side effects of Testosterone Suspension use will be the lowest. In this case the individual is simply replacing what he is lacking and nothing more.

However, side effects are still possible and must be taken into consideration. For the performance enhancing athlete, the side effects of Testosterone Suspension will greatly increase in probability. Such an individual will be increasing his total testosterone levels above and beyond what the human body could ever naturally produce. However, while there is an increased probability it is very possible to control the side effects of Testosterone Suspension.

But due to the rapid nature of the compound some will have a more difficult time controlling testosterone related side effects with this version than the more popular testosterone compounds. In order to help you understand the possible side effects of Testosterone Suspension we have broken them down into their separate categories along with all the information you’ll need.

[1] Estrogenic:

The primary possible side effects of Testosterone Suspension will surround the hormone’s estrogenic activity. The testosterone hormone has the ability to convert to estrogen through the aromatase process. This is due to its interaction with the aromatase enzyme. As estrogen levels increase this can lead to gynecomastia and excess water retention. Severe excess water retention can also promote high blood pressure. Some will also find that high estrogen levels, which are very possible with this compound can promote body fat gain.

Due to the estrogenic nature of Testosterone Suspension anti-estrogen medications are commonly recommended. You have two choices in classes of anti-estrogens, Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERM’s) like Nolvadex (Tamoxifen Citrate) and Aromatase Inhibitors (AI’s) like Arimidex (Anastrozole).

SERM’s provide protection by binding to the estrogen receptor, thereby preventing the estrogen hormone from binding in an active manner. AI’s will function by inhibiting the aromatase process and will actually lower total estrogen levels in the body. AI’s are by far the most effective way to prevent the estrogenic side effects of Testosterone Suspension.

While AI’s are the most effective, they can also have a negative impact on cholesterol. We’ll go over this more in the cardiovascular section. SERM’s while not as effective appear to have a positive impact on cholesterol. Although anti-estrogenic, SERM’s actually act as estrogen on the liver promoting healthier cholesterol levels. SERM’s should be your first choice any time an anti-estrogen is needed; however, they won’t always be enough.

[2] Androgenic:

The side effects of Testosterone Suspension can include those of an androgenic nature. The androgenic side effects of Testosterone Suspension include acne, accelerated hair loss in those predisposed to male pattern baldness and body hair growth. Such effects are highly dependent on genetic predispositions but can prove problematic in some individuals.

The androgenic side effects of Testosterone Suspension are due to the hormone being metabolized by the 5-alpha reductase enzyme, which in turn reduces the testosterone hormone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This can be combated by the use of a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor like Finasteride. Such related inhibitors will not completely reduce the androgenicity of testosterone but will have a significant effect. If the androgenic side effects of Testosterone Suspension prove to be problematic, such an inhibitor may be worth consideration.

[3] Cardiovascular:

The cardiovascular related side effects of Testosterone Suspension can include high blood pressure as well as cholesterol issues. The issue of high blood pressure will most commonly be tied to water retention, which can be controlled with the use of an anti-estrogen. It’s also important to keep your diet clean and well planned. Overeating will cause you to hold water, especially excess carbohydrates on a regular basis. With the inclusion of exogenous testosterone this problem can be exasperated. Control your diet and control water retention and you will largely control blood pressure.

The testosterone hormone also has the ability to negatively affect cholesterol, especially HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) in suppressing/reducing HDL levels. Alone testosterone does not appear to have a strong affect. Higher doses will often promote more HDL suppression but it should still be controllable. As mentioned, AI’s can also negatively affect cholesterol, but alone they do not appear to have a strong affect. However, when the use of an AI and exogenous testosterone are coupled together, this appears to create a much stronger suppression in HDL cholesterol. This can also have a negative affect on LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) as HDL cholesterol largely regulates LDL cholesterol.

Due to the possible issues surrounding cholesterol, a cholesterol friendly lifestyle will be very important. A healthy lifestyle should include a cholesterol friendly diet rich in omega fatty acids, low in saturated fats and very limited in simple sugars. It should also include plenty of regular cardiovascular activity. This not only applies to periods of dieting but offseason growth phases as well. Do not be afraid to incorporate cardiovascular training when bulking. It will actually help you make better, cleaner gains. True, you may not gain as much weight, but remember weight is meaningless, lean tissue is all that matters and is the only weight you want.

[4] Testosterone:

The use of Testosterone Suspension will suppress natural testosterone production. It does not matter who you are or why you’re using it, natural testosterone production will be severely suppressed. For the low testosterone patient, this is of no concern. Such an individual isn’t producing enough testosterone to begin with. For the performance athlete, during supplementation there is also no concern as the exogenous testosterone will be providing all the testosterone you need.

Once use is discontinued, this is where a concern may arise. Once you discontinue use, natural testosterone production will begin again but it will be at a very minimal state. It will continue to build over time but it will take an enormous amount of time for your natural levels to reach their normal state. For this reason, most men are strongly encouraged to implement a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) plan after the discontinuation of their anabolic steroid cycle. This will greatly speed up the recovery process. It will not return you to normal on its own but it will ensure you have enough testosterone for proper bodily function while your levels continue to naturally rise. This will also greatly protect your hard earned muscle tissue. With a low level of testosterone for an extended period of time glucocorticoids will become dominant and destroy your lean tissue. If you’re going to be off cycle for a decent length of time there is no logical reason for forgoing a PCT plan.

Important notes on natural testosterone recovery; natural recovery assumes there was no prior existing low testosterone condition. A low level patient, while his levels will be proper while using testosterone will bottom out again without it. Most low level patients require continuous therapy. Natural recovery also assumes no severe damage was done to the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Testicular-Axis (HPTA) through improper steroidal supplementation practices.

[5] Hepatotoxicity:

Testosterone Suspension is not hepatotoxic and cannot cause any stress or damage to the liver.

Testosterone Suspension Administration:

In a therapeutic setting, standard Testosterone Suspension doses will fall in the 25-50mg per injection range. Normally a dose of 25-50mg will be administered 2-3 times per week. In a performance capacity, Testosterone Suspension doses will most commonly fall in the 50-100mg per injection range on an every other day to daily basis. Some will even choose to split their total daily dosing into two smaller daily injections but there’s really no benefit in this protocol with the total active half-life of the compound being around 24 hours. Higher doses can be used, 200mg every other day to even daily are not unheard of, but very few men will ever need more than 100mg every day. Always remember the more you use the greater the potential for adverse effects. Further, many will be including a standard ester base testosterone like Cypionate or Enanthate in their cycle and will only be using Suspension for short periods of time.

You can use Testosterone Suspension for an entire cycle, but many find 4-6 week burst of the hormone as part of a larger cycle to be very beneficial. This will be especially true in kick starting a cycle or using the compound to break through a sticking point. As for stacking, Testosterone Suspension stacks well with any and all anabolic steroids.

Female Testosterone Suspension use has not been discussed due to its very limited and rare use. Female athletes are strongly cautioned against using this compound due to a high and pronounced rate of virilization. In a clinical setting it is sometimes used to treat specific forms of breast cancer, but this is extremely rare.

 

4. Testosterone Suspension Reviews

Testosterone Suspension is the most powerful testosterone compound on the market.

While powerful, it cannot be called a superior form of testosterone. When it comes to rapid gains and breaking through a sticking point, absolutely it is superior but overall it provides the same benefits of any testosterone compound.

Testosterone Suspension is also tremendously beneficial to tested athletes looking for a boost. In fact, this is beyond a common anabolic steroid in many athletic circles. Sometimes it is used for a direct boost but it’s often also used to simply combat suppression that is caused due to other fast acting anabolic steroids the individual may be using.

While it has its benefits, this really isn’t an anabolic steroid most will ever need. When the consideration of the potential pain that can be associated with a Suspension injection it’s often not worth using. However, if needed it is imperative you only buy human grade versions.

Testosterone Suspension Profile:

Formula: C27 H40 O3
Molecular Weight: 412.6112
Molecular Weight: 288.429
Formula: C19 H28 O2
Melting Point: 155
Manufacturer: Various
Effective Dose (Men): 25-100mg every other to every day
Effective Dose (Women): Not recommended
Active life: +/- 24 hours
Detection Time: +/- 24-48 hours
Anabolic/Androgenic ratio: 100/100

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