Know your medicine:
Halobol Halotestin is used to treat problems in females caused by a lack of or absence of endogenous testosterone, such as primary hypogonadism, testicular failure, and cancer.
Females suffering from primary hypogonadism, testicular failure, delayed puberty, or metastatic breast cancer can benefit from the following treatments:
Halobol is a powerful androgenic anabolic steroid that is synthesised.
Fluoxymesterone is a white or nearly white crystalline powder that melts at or near 240° C with some disintegration. Water is practically insoluble, alcohol is soluble only in small amounts, and chloroform is soluble to a degree.
Pregnancy: Not suitable
Breastfeeding: Not suitable
Trying Halobol Halotestin for the 1st time
This drug will appeal to first-timers because it is inexpensive and easy to use in counteracting hormone levels that successfully boost the growth and development of male sex organs and facilitate the development of secondary sex characteristics.
The Concept of Growth and development of secondary sex organs and Halobol Halotestin
Further, the steroid has the ability to stimulate the production of red blood cells by releasing erythropoietin from the kidneys.
Halobol is a very potent androgen and it is rapidly establishing itself as the anabolic drug of choice among many athletes. This synthetic drug has many ideal features for many bodybuilders. Inoperable breast carcinoma in a woman:
In general, the total daily dose for palliative therapy in advanced inoperable breast carcinoma in a woman is 10 to 40 mg. In general, it appears that an acceptable subjective reaction requires at least one month of therapy, while an objective response requires two to three months.
Hypercalcemia can arise in persons who are immobile or who have breast cancer. If this happens, the medication should be stopped.
Hepatic adenomas, hepatocellular carcinoma, and peliosis hepatis have all been linked to long-term usage of high doses of androgens (mostly the 17-alkyl-androgens), all of which are potentially fatal consequences.
17-alkyl-androgens can cause cholestatic hepatitis and jaundice. In general, If this happens, the medicine should be stopped. This is reversible if you stop taking the medicine.