Question 1: Which kind of trenbolone should I use?
A: There are three main forms of trenbolone, trenbolone enanthate, trenbolone hexahydrobenzyl carbonate, and the difference between these three kinds of trenbolone is that they have different half-lives, and I can’t tell you which one is better and which one is worse. Trenbolone acetate is the most common, and acetate has a shorter half-life and can leave your body faster when discontinued, but trenbolone enanthate needs two weeks to go.
Question 2: What is “Trenbolone Cough”? How can I prevent and treat it?
A. “Trenbolone Cough” is caused when a vein is injected and part of the drug goes into the vein. Trenbolone isn’t the only one. Trenbolone also happens when drugs are injected into the vein. There are many specific theories to explain this, and I personally prefer to believe that trenbolone leads to the increase of prostaglandin and therefore causes intense cough. What’s clear is that trenbolone has this particular substance in it that when it gets into the blood vessels it can cause a lot of stimulation. The cough, which is caused by drugs speeding into the veins, can last anywhere from one to five minutes. So what I recommend is to do it slowly, avoid venous rich areas as much as possible, and also avoid getting drugs into the veins.
Question 3: I have “Trenbolone Cough”. Am I going to die?
A: No, the severity of the cough depends on how quickly you inject it and how quickly the drug enters the blood stream and when it reaches the lungs. The cough will subside gradually after the injection and soon disappear.
Question 4: How to use the anti-prolactin synergistic reagents such as Cabergoline?
A: Cabergoline is used at 1 mg per week and has a long half-life of about 7-14 days.
Question 5: Is trenbolone hepatotoxic?
A: trenbolone is not a 17aa steroid and is injectable so it is not hepatotoxic, but it inhibits the ability of liver cells to decompose. Trenbolone damage to the liver is extremely rare unless you use far more dramatic doses than most humans can tolerate. Liver medications like Milk Thistle liver-52 are necessary for safety reasons, and you’ll need regular blood tests to determine whether your body’s indicators are normal.
Question 6: I’ve heard trenbolone can cause severe kidney damage and make your urine dark. What do you do about that?
A: Because trenbolone darkens your urine doesn’t mean it has been seriously damaged to your kidneys. In fact, as long as the dose control is in place and the protection measures are in place, you don’t need to worry excessively about the dark color of urine.
Question 7: If trenbolone lowers T3 levels in the body, is it necessary to use extra T3?
A: No, you don’t need to, and if you’re doing a fat reduction steroid Cycle it might be helpful to use some of it, and the drop in T3 doesn’t have a bad effect or loss of muscle or something like that. T3 levels also recover immediately after the end of the steroid Cycle.
Question 8: Should HCG be used with trenbolone?
A: If your pituitary gonadal axis is very sensitive and endogenous testosterone is severely inhibited and you want to maintain a normal testicular size then you can use it.
Question 9: If trenbolone’s testosterone is also strong, does it cause hair loss? What should I do? A: The first thing you need to understand is that hair loss is genetic, and if you’re the one who loses hair, trenbolone just speeds up the process, not the end result. Trenbolone doesn’t convert to dioxy testosterone, but trenbolone itself has strong androgenic properties, and all steroids with strong androgenic properties speed up hair loss.
Question 10: What PCT should I do after a trenbolone steroid Cycle?
A: It is not easy to generalize about this question. There’s a reason why trenbolone is for experienced users rather than beginners. When you have enough medication experience, you will know what the PCT principles are and what drugs are best for you. In fact, the choice of PCT does not depend on the specific drugs you use, but on how effectively your body recovers after each steroid Cycle.