General information about Testosterone Cypionate in the US and the UK
Testosterone Cypionate is a synthetic version of the naturally produced testosterone hormone. This hormone is responsible for many different physical and mental characteristics in males. It promotes sex drive, fat loss, helps with gaining and maintaining lean muscle mass, increases bone density, and may even protect against heart disease. Testosterone Cypionate is a highly anabolic and androgenic hormone making it a great steroid to use if one is in pursuit of more size and strength. Testosterone Cypionate induces changes in shape, size and can also change the appearance and the number of muscle fibers.
Testosterone Cypionate Dosage
Doses of 200-100mg a week are common using Testosterone Cypionate, with excellent results found midway at about 500 mg or less for the first time user and between 500-1000mg weekly for the more advanced athlete. Testosterone stacks well with anything and is also great when used alone. When stacked with another anabolic-androgenic steroid, distinct androgenic effects may be seen.
Testosterone Cypionate Side Effects
Testosterone Cypionate in the United States and the United Kingdom can cause a number of serious conditions, including high blood pressure, reduction of good cholesterol levels, jaundice (yellowing of the skin), and heart and liver disease. It can also cause difficult urination (due to prostate enlargement), acne, greasy skin, and edema (swelling of feet and ankles). Testosterone Cypionate can also influence a person's mood and well-being. Users have reported excitability, increased aggression, depression and headaches. As an androgen, Testosterone Cypionate can enhance male characteristics, including a deepened voice and the production of excess facial and body hair. Testosterone can convert to estrogen, and men might develop gynecomastia (male breast enlargement). Women are particularly susceptible to the masculinizing effects of testosterone, which may also included an enlarged clitoris, increased libido, and disruption of the menstrual cycle.