The Primary Side-Effects of Testoviron Depot:
Like all Testosterone-Enanthate compounds, and all testosterone compounds for that matter, Testoviron Depot carries a strong aromatizing nature. If a steroid carries an aromatizing nature, this means it can cause a conversion of testosterone into estrogen, and as a result lead to estrogenic related side-effects. These side-effects will be the most concerning for most men, but they are not the only primary side-effects of Testoviron Depot; all in all, there are five of worthy note excluding the guaranteed effects we will discuss later on. At any rate, we have listed the possible primary side-effects of Testoviron Depot below along with everything you need to know in-order to combat them.
· Gynecomastia – commonly referred to as male-breast enlargement, this condition is due to an excess estrogen buildup that can occur due to this steroid’s aromatizing nature. In-order to combat this issue, you have two options; Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERM’s) or Aromatase Inhibitors (AI’s). SERM’s like Tamoxifen Citrate (Nolvadex) function by binding to the receptors thereby preventing the excess estrogen from binding; contrary to the belief of many they do not reduce estrogen levels. For some men, this can be enough protection; however, it’s often not enough. AI’s are the number one defense against gynecomastia as they inhibit the aromatase process and further reduce the body’s estrogen levels. Further, we will see AI’s will help with other aromatizing effects where SERM’s will not. AI’s truly are your best bet, and your top choices will always be Anastrozole (Arimidex) or Letrozole (Femara).
To strengthen the anabolic properties of testosterone, more than 100 synthetic steroid derivatives have been described for human purposes. The anabolic effect promotes protein synthesis, muscle growth and erythropoiesis. In clinical practice, substances with anabolic effect are needed to overcome various catabolic states. However, none of these compounds are devoid of androgenicity. Androgenic and anabolic properties of anabolic steroids cannot be totally separated. Therefore, it is more appropriate to use the term anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS).