Like any other anabolic steroid, using a supplement like Anavar will suppress natural production of testosterone. Be aware that Anavar is one of the mildest supplements for reducing testosterone production. Exogenous testosterone as a part of your supplement plan can help keep your natural testosterone production on track. If you do not do this, then you can have low testosterone , resulting in things like fatigue, lethargy, decreased muscle mass, and more. Some of this will require you figuring out what works for you. Since each and every physiology is so different, there may be a trial period where you work out any testosterone issues with your doctor. Be aware that once all artificial testosterone put into your body by you is gone, natural testosterone levels will resume as normal. Also be aware that you can damage the natural production of testosterone in your body by overdosing on anabolic steroids. It is often suggested that you should include a SERM and HCG with a PCT for best results.
Hey sara your website is amazing and the artical is usefull . But right now i need some help from you as you have knowledge and experiance . I just completed a 10 week test Prop and Test E mixed cycle and after 5 days of last shootbof my last test prop, i started PCT . I took 100mg clomid Every Day AND 40Mg nolva for first week . Will it be enough dose if i take 50mg clomid and nolva 20mg for second week ?? Am kind of worried because my balls are not recovering and this is my first time after came of steroids and it is not feelinh good. Should i go for hCG or will they recover slowly??Also will there be any problem if i skip one dose because am taking another medication for a condition of skin related. My brain is about to blast with these hundered kind of questions. please help me seriously need your help
It takes you directly into the heart of the rendering facility; and what has been kept hidden from the consumer. Leftover meat scraps and any unused animal parts began to be added to pet foods around the time of World War II. Back then, very few people understood the nutritional requirements of cats or dogs, and so the idea stuck for many years; and continues to do so to this day. While recent years have brought many advances in animal nutrition and veterinary research, we still have a long way to go before most pet foods contain the kinds of protein that our companions need.