Similar to testosterone ,Danaxis is a potent steroid, but also one which brings about noticeable side effects. For starters methandrostenolone is quite estrogenic. Gynecomastia is likewise often a concern during treatment, and may present itself quite early into a cycle (particularly when higher doses are used).
At the same time water retention can become a pronounced problem While methandrostenolone does convert to a more potent steroid via interaction with the 5-alpha reductase anzyme (the same enzyme responsible for converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone), it has extremely little affinity to do so in the human body's. The androgenic metabolite 5alpha dihydromethandrostenolone is therefore produced only in trace amounts at best.
The half-life of Dianabol is only about 3 to 5 hours, a relatively short time. This means that a single daily dosage schedule will produce a varying blood level, with ups and downs throughout the day. The user likewise has a choice, to either split up the tablets during the day or to take them all at one time.
The usual recommendation has been to divide them and try to regulate the concentration in your blood. This however, will produce a lower peak blood level than if the tablets were taken all at once, so there may be a trade off with this option.
Methandrostenolone is indicated for the management of the anemia of renal insufficiency and has been shown to increase hemoglobin and red cell mass.
Being moderately androgenic, methandrostenolone is really only a popular steroid with men.The drug does have decent anabolic activity when used for short periods. At high doses, it also possesses androgenic activity.
Like all anabolic steroids, Dianabol has a range of side effects which include:
Increased Blood Pressure, gynecomastia ,acne ,oily skin ,hair loss , loss of libido ,impotence ,testicular atrophy ,fatigue ,deepening of voice , virilisation in females.