Fluoxymesterone (Halotestin)
Fluoxymesterone (Halotestin) is a potent glucocorticosteroid medication used selectively and for short in sports.
Fluoxymesterone is not intended for long term course use, as its action comes quickly and is expressed very strongly. Its main direction is to raise the aggressiveness and athletic characteristics of an athlete (speed, strength, endurance) to the maximum in the shortest possible time. Therefore, it is used in small dosages of 10-20 milligrams per day immediately before sports events.
Side effects
The main danger of the drug is its rapid transition into the form of dihydrotestosterone, which causes its undesirable consequences for the body:
prostatic hyperplasia;
increased risk of malignant neoplasm of the prostate;
high toxic effect on the liver.
According to clinical studies, the anabolic effect of Halotestin exceeds the effect of testosterone by 19 times, and the androgenic effect – by 8.5. Therefore, the use of the drug is allowed only under strict medical supervision and after passing a full medical examination.
Effects of use
Even a short-term course of the drug can lead to the development of such reactions of the body:
increase in hardness and improvement of muscle relief;
slight increase in muscle mass;
activation of the production of red blood cells, and with them – hemoglobin, which provides enhanced oxygen supply to all internal organs;
fat burning.
The latter effect is usually not a priority when using Halotestin.

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