Testo-Non-10 – Androgenic drug containing testosterone esters. Testosterone is necessary for normal growth and development of male genital organs and secondary sexual characteristics. In adult males, it is necessary to maintain libido, general condition, sexual potency, prostate gland function, and seminal vesicles. When using Testo-Non-10, there is an increase in the concentration of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, androstenedione in the blood plasma, as well as a decrease in the level of the globulin that binds sex steroids. In men with primary hypergonadotropic hypogonadism, normalization of gonadotropin levels is observed.
Testosterone propionate is characterized by a quick onset and a short duration of action. Testosterone phenylpropionate and isocaproate are characterized by a slow onset and a long duration of action. Testosterone decanoate is characterized by the slowest onset and the longest duration of action.
Effects of Testo-Non-10:
Testo-Non-10 acts just like any other form of testosterone. This means that the main effects of Sustanon are: an increase in muscle mass (on average by 6 kg per month); anti-catabolic action; increased appetite; increased blood formation – an increase in the number of red blood cells in the blood provides a better oxygen transport, thereby increasing endurance; increased libido (while taking Sustanon).
The detection time of Sustanon is up to 3 months.
Side effects of Testo-Non-10:
Like any other form of testosterone, Testo-Non-10 is converted into estrogen. For this reason, Testo-Non-10 causes such side effects as gynecomastia, edema, female-type fat deposition and inhibition of the production of one’s own testosterone. These side effects can be prevented if anti-estrogens are used – Nolvadex or Clomid.
As a result, a decrease in endogenous testosterone production may lead to the development of such a serious side effect of Sustanon as testicular atrophy. This side effect can be prevented by not taking the course of Sustanon longer than 8 weeks and taking anti-estrogens. For longer courses, gonadotropin is required.
In the body, testosterone is converted to dihydrotestosterone, which causes the following side effects: prostate hypertrophy, baldness, acne and others. These are the so-called androgenic side effects of Sustanon.
Also, athletes often notice fever and flu-like conditions during the course of Sustanon. Like most steroids, Sustanon increases the level of harmful cholesterol in the blood (it is prevented by taking Omega-3 throughout the course).
After injection, infiltrates are sometimes formed (seals or “bumps” in the gluteal region or other site of administration). As a rule, infiltrates dissolve after 2-5 weeks.