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Pharmaqo Test E 300mg x 10ml
In an oily solution, each 1ml ampoule contains 300mg of Test E (Testosterone Enanthate) (equal to around 230 mg testosterone).
Benzyl benzoate is also present (342 mg each ampoule).
Testosterone is a hormone generated spontaneously in the genitals of men. The ovaries and adrenal system of a woman generate little levels of testosterone.
Testosterone enanthate is used to address problems in men and boys caused by a deficiency of this hormone, such as delayed puberty, impotence, and other hormonal imbalances. This drug should not be used to treat low testosterone that isn’t caused by a medical condition or advanced age.
In women, testosterone enanthate is used to treat breast cancer that has progressed to other regions of the body and is resistant to surgery.
Testosterone will not help you perform better in sports and should not be utilized for that reason.
What is the recommended dosage of Testosterone Enanthate?
Testosterone is injected into the muscle or beneath the skin every 2 to 4 weeks. Only a medical practitioner should provide testosterone enanthates.
The length of treatment with Testosterone Enanthate is determined by the problem being treated.
Test E 300mg can elevate blood pressure, putting you at risk for a heart attack, stroke, or death. Your blood pressure should be tested on a regular basis. It’s possible that you’ll need to reduce your testosterone intake or begin taking blood pressure medication.
Blood tests will be required on a regular basis.
In males who are being treated for delayed puberty, testosterone can influence bone growth. X-rays may be required every 6 months during therapy to monitor bone formation.
Several medical tests may be influenced by testosterone enanthate. Any doctor who treats you should be informed that you are using testosterone.
Side effects of testosterone enanthate
If you experience hives, trouble breathing, or swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or neck, get medical attention immediately away.
If you get a tight feeling in your throat, a sudden desire to cough, or if you feel light-headed or short of breath after having the injection, call your doctor straight once.
For at least 30 minutes, you will be closely monitored to ensure that the injection does not create any complications.
The following are some of the most common unfavorable outcomes (in both men and women):
- Breast Swelling
- Increase or Decrease in Sex Drive
- Mood Swings
This is not an exhaustive list of potential bad outcomes; more may develop. If you require medical assistance due to negative symptoms, speak with your doctor.