Testosterone propionate is similar to enanthate, cypionate and sustanone. However, compared with enanthate or cypionate, propionat has a shorter ester chain, so the active substance enters the bloodstream very quickly. As a result, the drug has a shorter time of action on the body. To prevent a decrease in the steroid level in the blood to ineffective, more frequent (daily) injections are needed.
It has significant androgenic and anabolic activity (i.e., regulates the function of the male sex glands and protein synthesis).
Large doses can cause increased sexual arousal, water and salt retention in the body, women may experience the phenomenon of masculinization (the appearance in men of the male characteristics – coarsening of the voice, the appearance of excessive growth of hair on the face and body), facial sweating (whitening and loss of skin elasticity , Against a background of mild edema), atrophy (weight reduction) of the mammary glands. Overdose of the drug for dysmenorrhea (menstrual cycle disorder) can lead to the termination of menstruation.
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