Oral Turinabol is a C17-alpha alkylated (C17-aa) anabolic steroid, which refers to the structural change at the hormone’s 17 th carbon position in order for it to survive oral ingestion. However, this necessary alteration causes the compound to be hepatotoxic; the side effects of Oral Turinabol will include liver stress. This is not the most hepatotoxic oral steroid available, but it’s far from the mildest. Use will cause liver enzyme values to increase during use; however, it’s important to understand this increase does not mean damage. An increase in liver enzyme values is a strong indicator of stress and potential damage to come. With responsible use, liver health can be maintained, enzyme values will return to normal once use is discontinued and no damage will be done. In order to avoid damaging side effects of Oral Turinabol of this nature, the following criteria must be held to:
Turanabol offers a great result that manifest itself in a solid muscle gain and, if taken over several weeks with correct training program. Oral Turanabol is also popular among powerlifters and weightlifters. The drug does not retain water and cannot be aromatized. Male athletes who are using Turanabol with Testosterone , Deca Durabolin or Equipoise for mass gain, while in cutting cycles it is stacked with Testosterone , Primobolan or Trenbolone . Average dosage: men – 40-50 mg per day, women –much smaller doses or not recommended. Turanabol is not recommended to be taken for more than 6 weeks. Common side effects: climacteric hot flashes and occasional visual disturbances, blurred vision, flickering or flashing, limited liver toxicity. In cases when female athletes are using it there may occur enlargement of the ovaries and abdominal pain.