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A Mini-Guide to Testosterone Cypionate and Testosterone Enanthate

Dan Ho

Testosterone Cypionate...

As men age, the levels of testosterone in their body gradually decline, leading to feelings of depression, a lessening of sexual desire, an inability to maintain or build muscle mass, and other signs.

Together, these symptoms can be a sign of andropause, the male equivalent of menopause.

One of the treatments that can help to boost testosterone levels in men is the use of testosterone cypionate. Unfortunately, testosterone cypionate has been very badly abused in the past and can now be difficult to find in the United States.

Testosterone cypionate was one of the most common hormones used by athletes and by bodybuilders to increase their muscle mass and boost their performance. It was very common among Olympic weightlifters and other body builders. Testosterone is considered to be much stronger and more effective than testosterone enanthate.

Testosterone cypionate has been outlawed in most cases in the United States, but it is still available in most European countries, Mexico, and is also available on the black market.

Testosterone cypionate is a very expensive testosterone booster, and buyers need to beware that there are several counterfeit version on the black market and in other countries that can have serious side effect when taken. Part of the reason why the counterfeits can be so harmful is that testosterone cypionate is usually taken in very large quantities, and the counterfeit materials are not.

Testsoterone Enanthate

Like testosterone cypionate, testsoterone enanthate is an injectable ester of the hormone testosterone that is used to boost levels of the hormone in the body. Testosterone enanthate has also been used by athletes such as bodybuilders to boost their mass and give them maximum performance potential.

Testosterone enanthate injection is known as a depot injection. It is injected into a muscle, where it forms a reservoir of medicine that is gradually converted into testosterone over time.

For low testosterone levels the injection is initially given once every two to three weeks, and then every three to six weeks for maintenance treatment. The exact frequency will depend on your individual testosterone level. Testosterone enanthate is also very hard to come by in the United States as it is a highly regulated substance, although doctors in other countries will prescribe it. Testosterone enathate is also used in the treatment of breast cancer in women.

Because testosterone levels are boosted so greatly by both testosterone cypionate and testosterone enanthate, it is very important to know the side effects of these injections.

Androgenic side effects can include hair loss, deepening of the voice, and prostate hypertrophy. Severe BPH (enlarge prostate gland) can cause serious problems over time.

Urine retention and strain on the bladder can lead to urinary tract infections, bladder or kidney damage, bladder stones, and incontinence. If the bladder is permanently damaged, treatment for BPH may be ineffective. When BPH is found in its earlier stages, there is a lower risk of developing such complications.

Using testosterone cypionate and testosterone enanthate results in a very concentrated and high boost in testosterone production, and potential users need to be wary of the side effects.

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