The uses of nandrolone
Nandrolone is a drug that belongs to the anabolic steroids, which are connected to the male sex hormone, testosterone. It is highly advisable to consume a lot of proteins and calories when using this steroid. Many persons use nandrolone to regain the weight which they have lost after some illness, or to make some injured tissues and muscles stronger. Nandrolone is, furthermore, used for the treatment of anemia, breast cancer in women, and hereditary angioedema or the swelling of arms, legs, face, throat and bowels, as well as sexual organs. It is important not to use nandrolone if the woman is pregnant, if she tries to stay pregnant, if the person is allergic to some of the ingredients of nandrolone, and in the cases of breast cancer, prostate cancers, and severe damage of the kidneys.
Side effects of nandrolone
If nandrolone is used for long time, it can cause some serious complications that can be even life threatening, such as liver tumors or cancer, or peliosis hepatic. It is important to consult the doctor if jaundice occurs while using this steroid. Nandrolone is a steroid that is consumed by females, as well as males. Mostly, each medicine has some side effects, so nandrolone has some of them as well.
The most frequent side effects of nandrolone are dark and tarry stool, dark urine, red or purple spots on the body or inside the nose or mouth. Furthermore, sore throats can also appear while taking this steroid. Many persons who use nandrolone can experience nausea, vomiting, fever as well as chills and insomnia. Pain in stomach, pain in bones, muscle cramps and headaches are also some of the unwanted effects. In many cases, diarrhea, the loss of weight, the lack of appetite and hives occur. The person who consumes nandrolone may have increased or reduced sex interest.
The above mentioned side effects can occur in both women and men, but some adverse effects are characteristic only for females, and some only for males. The main side effects of nandrolone with women are the appearances of acne or oily skin, irregular menstrual periods, the enlargement of clitoris, the excessive hair growth, or the loss of hair, deep or hoarse voice, as well as depression and tenderness. The characteristic side effects that appear only with men are the enlargement of penis and acne with boys, the enlargement of breast, numerous erections, the constant urge to urinate, and in some cases, even decreased sexual ability, with sexually mature males.