Methenolone liver

The oral bioavailability of oxandrolone is 97%. [2] Its plasma protein binding is 94 to 97%. [2] The drug is metabolized primarily by the kidneys and to a lesser extent by the liver . [1] [2] Oxandrolone is the only AAS that is not primarily or extensively metabolized by the liver, and this is thought to be related to its diminished hepatotoxicity relative to other AAS. [1] [3] Its elimination half-life is reported as to  hours but is extended to  hours in the elderly. [2] [3] Approximately 28% of an oral dose of oxandrolone is eliminated unchanged in the urine and 3% is excreted in the feces . [3]

Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate represents the dominant large ester based Trenbolone compound on the market. It was first released by the France based Negma Laboratories in the late 1960’s under the trade name Parabolan. This represents the first and only Trenbolone hormone to ever exist in human grade form. Parabolan was prescribed for many years in cases of malnutrition, which will make a lot of sense as we dive into the compound. It was also prescribed to treat osteoporosis in some cases, as well as in the treatment of cachexia.

Side effects of metenolone enanthate include symptoms of masculinization like acne , increased hair growth , voice changes , and increased sexual desire . [6] The drug is a synthetic androgen and anabolic steroid and hence is an agonist of the androgen receptor (AR), the biological target of androgens like testosterone and dihydrotestosterone (DHT). [6] [8] It has moderate anabolic effects and weak androgenic effects, as well as no estrogenic effects or risk of liver damage . [6] [8] Metenolone enanthate is a metenolone ester and a long-lasting prodrug of metenolone in the body. [6]

Methenolone liver

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