TURANABOL (Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) to treat oral steroids has a predominantly anabolic effect combined with a relatively weak androgenic effect. TURANABOL, like other steroidal androgens and anabolics, penetrates the cell membrane and forms a complex that penetrates the nucleus where it interacts with nuclear receptors. The complex formed is bound to DNA and, as a transcription factor, determines the synthesis of RNA and specific proteins.
TURANABOL has a predominantly anabolic effect, which is more pronounced at the level of skeletal muscles and bones, as well as tissues and organs with intense division.
Dosage & method of use
Standard male TURANABOL (Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) doses will normally fall in the 15-30 mg range;
For performance enhancing athletes, TURANABOL doses normally range from 40-60 mg per day. Total use should fall in the 4-6 week range;
Standard female TURANABOL doses will normally fall in the 2.5-5mg per day range. Higher doses will lead to side effects. Total use should be kept in the 3-4 week range.
Endocrine disorders: Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone in men can cause inhibition of spermatogenesis and impotence, prostatic hypertrophy, epididymitis, priapism. Boys may experience premature puberty, frequent erections;
Neurological disorders: agitation, confusion, insomnia, depression; For women (rarely): decreased secretion of gonadotropins; virilization phenomena (acne, hirsutism, coarseness of the voice, increased libido, menstrual disorders, clitoral hypertrophy, muscular development);
Other: during puberty, the epiphyseal zones of the bones with growth retardation may prematurely close.