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Using tri-sus250, containing Testosterone Isocaproate, enanthate and cypionate. Side effects?

Hi, I decided to go on a cycle of steroids on is tri-sus 250 containing Testosterone Isocaproate, enanthate and cypionate. The other is mastanan containing Drostanolone enanthate. I was told im supposed to take half a ml of each for 6 weeks. Is this accurate? Will i experience side effects? There is a lot of talk about pct post cycle treatment . Should i consider this? Will the steroids cause any permanent damage to me if i just stop taking them after 6 weeks? :S
Asked On : Sat, 14 Apr 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response

Thanks for Using Health Care Magic

Steroids should be introduced to the body gradually in a minimal dose (which was recommended to u) & when u want to stop it, it should be tappered gradually also in order to avoid any side effects

Side effects generally are rare when corticosteroids are used for a short time. However, when they are used over time, they may lower the body's ability to fight off infections or may make infections harder to treat. Other common side effects include changes in appetite (increase or decrease), nervousness, restlessness, sleep problems, and indigestion. These problems usually go away as the body adjusts to the drug and do not require medical treatment.

More serious side effects are not common, but may occur. If breathing problems, wheezing, or tightness in the chest occur, call a physician immediately. Additional side effects do not need emergency care, but should have prompt medical attention.

If u experienced any of the symptoms listed below, u should check with the physician who prescribed the medicine as soon as possible:

- White, curd-like patches in the mouth or throat

- Pain when swallowing or eating

- White patches or sores inside nose or in the anal area

- Eye pain or vision problems

- Loss of sense of taste or smell

- Stomach or abdominal pains, nausea, or vomiting

- Rash, acne, or other skin problems

- Swelling of face, eyelids, or lips

- Unusual tiredness or weakness

- Stuffy, dry, or runny nose (continuing over time)

- Watery eyes (continuing over time)

- Black, tarry stools

- Irregular heartbeat

- Menstrual problems

- Muscle cramps, weakness, or pain

- Rapid weight gain

- Unusual marks or bruises; wounds that won't heal

Thx in advance

Dr Peter S

Clinical Nutritionist
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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