When it comes to using any type of anabolic steroid, there are going to be side effects that are involved and people are always wondering as to whether or not they are safe to use. Winstrol is no exception. Winstrol side effects are something that is not necessarily uncommon amongst users and there are a few main side effects that many people have said they have experience. This tends to be people who have abused it but there are some exceptions.
Winstrol is thought by many to be best used during a cutting period because of the fact that this is when the steroids abilities can really be put to use. This tends to be when most people’s bodies respond the best to it and in return, they notice some great fat loss results along with a whole host of other benefits that can be utilised during a dieting down phase. However Winstrol is also known for working well for athletes by improving their athletic performance and they are able to vastly improve on things such as their speed and stamina.
Winstrol is actually one of the very few anabolic steroids that can be used safely by both of the sexes. Usually, when using anabolic steroids, women are not able to use the majority of them in a safe manner due to the fact that in general, their bodies are far more sensitive to these potent hormones compared to males.
With some of the more powerful anabolic steroids, women have been known to take the lowest dosage that they can in order to see any kind of benefit. Even then they can sometimes suffer from some of the side effects that are associated with taking anabolic steroids. When it comes to using any anabolic steroid, especially for men, they can keep the Winstrol side effects down to a minimum as long as they do not go over the recommended dosage and stay within the duration of their cycle length.
Common Winstrol Side Effects For Men – Cholesterol Levels, Hair Loss, Acne.
Users have reported that their cholesterol levels were raised however this heavily depends on how large your dosage was as well as something else that is hugely significant when it comes to this particular side effect. Whether or not you are already genetically positioned to have high cholesterol anyway. Sometimes these issues are something that has always been there for some people but it has never come to the surface to become an issue.
Winstrol has the potential to be the trigger to increase your levels of cholesterol so it is recommended that if you already have high cholesterol or you have had problems with it in the past, you should avoid using Winstrol. It is very likely that these issues will either become worse or they will come back again over time. If you are going to make the decision to carry on using it even if you know you have cholesterol issues, you would have to use the minimal doses and supplement with Winstrol in low volumes. You should not be going over 50mg a day if you are a male and the limit should be 10mg per day if you are a female.
The other two Winstrol side effects include hair loss and acne. However, both of these side effects are going to heavily depend on how genetically prepositioned you are to suffering from these things regardless, whether it has been in the past, current time or future. People who end up losing hair whilst using Winstrol have the tendency to blame it solely on the anabolic steroid however the truth is that you would have lost hair regardless, the only thing that the Winstrol did was speed up the process. The same principal goes for the acne side effect.
Is Winstrol Safe For The Liver?
This is another commonly asked question when it comes to using Winstrol. Let’s start by saying that if you use Winstrol or any other of the anabolic steroids, whilst they are in their oral form, it is going to have some sort of effect on your liver, and here is why. You see, Winstrol tablets have to be chemically altered to be a part of the chemical group known as 17aa. If this chemical alteration had not been done to the pill and you were to swallow it, the Winstrol would not be able to reach your bloodstream before being destroyed upon ingestion and the bloodstream is the place that it needs to go in order to be effective.
This chemical change, unfortunately, means that the Winstrol in its oral form becomes more toxic to your liver. Although, if you stay within the recommended dosage, you can keep your liver toxicity levels down to a minimum. So if you are wondering as to whether or not it is safe to use Winstrol, that is ultimately down to you to decide. There are so many individual factors that go into it that it is extremely difficult to be able to define.
I do not promote the use of Winstrol for women and men or any other anabolic steroids because if they are not used correctly they could cause severe side effects. If you are going to take them, make sure you have done your research to remain safe.