Oxandrolone and Women
Steroid use among women can be traced back to the 1960s with the German Democratic Republic doping program. This government funded program supplied performance enhancing drugs to thousands of male and female athletes over the span of several decades. During this time period there seemed to be little regard to the side effects of these drugs that were given to female athletes to increase performance. This resulted in irreversible side effects that have been well documented.
Anabolic steroids such as Oral Turinabol, ميستانولوني, and Testosterone were given to women just as they were given to men during the GDR doping program. These steroids all have an androgenic rating much too high to be considered safe for women to use. Although many records were broken and medals were won during this time period, there were heavy prices paid by many of the female athletes in the long run such as facial hair growth, deepening of the voice, hardening of facial features, and liver damage.
There are very few steroidal substances that I would even consider to be acceptable for a woman to take if she wants to continue to look like a woman, and one of these substances is Oxandrolone. It is five times as anabolic as testosterone, but only a fifth as androgenic. These properties make this compound a great choice for women because it can be taken at a low dose without the side effects that accompany other highly androgenic steroids that cause masculinizing effects in women. For this reason, although I’m not suggesting that anyone break the law, or use steroids, I can point to Oxandrolone as potentially being one of the safest, while still producing the desired result.
Oxandrolone is a synthetic anabolic steroid that is a dihydrotestosterone derivative with an oxygen atom replacing the 2 carbon and methylation in the 17 position. Unlike most 17-alpha alkylated steroids, this drug’s toxicity level is, relatively speaking, mild. This tends to be a major factor contributing to Oxandrolone’s popularity. Since this oral steroid is a DHT derivative it will not convert to estrogen. There is little to no water retention with the use of Oxandrolone, and this has made this a drug of choice with athletes that compete in weight classes. (تم التحرير بواسطة Hongxipharm)
Oxandrolone is not known for packing on as much muscle mass as some other more androgenic steroids, but it will increase muscle density, hardness, and strength that is very noticeable in women, especially if they have never used anabolic steroids in the past. As with all anabolic steroids, dosage is key with maximizing gains and minimizing side effects. Oxandrolone can be dosed pretty low for women to see noticeable changes. When I say low, I mean around 10mg per day. This dose may seem extremely low to some men who have dosed this drug as high as 120mg per day.
When starting Oxandrolone for the first time, a woman would generally start out with about 5mg per day split up into to 2, 2.5mg doses with about 8 hours in between each dose. If there are no side effects such as moodiness or acne with this dose, then the dose can probably be increased to 10mg per day. When taking 10mg per day, it will be split into 2 even doses with 8 hours in between as well. (تم التحرير بواسطة Hongxipharm)
Although I recommend the natural route when trying to reach one’s goals, I know that this isn’t the case with everybody. Women seem to be much more sensitive to anabolic steroids than men, and they will often experience the most side effects, especially with highly androgenic compounds. With that being said, I feel that Oxandrolone would be the best choice if a woman decides to step over the line and turn to anabolic steroids. There are many other drugs out there that women do take to increase performance, and in doing so they often sacrifice femininity.
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