Trenbolone Enanthate, better known by the popular nickname Trenbolone, is an artificial androgenic (androgen) steroid that was never commercially sold and is instead synthesized from nandrolone and the amino acid cysteine. It is the simplest C 17-β enantheptical enzyme and hence the most easily accessible source for production. It was originally intended to be a replacement for testosterone in men with hypogonadism who had a deficiency of the hormone. It had, however, rather quickly earned itself a reputation as being unsuitable for use in men with benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), and was therefore discontinued after less than one hundred thousand doses had been distributed.
There had been very limited studies on trenbolone enanthate’s efficacy in treating BPH and its effects on sperm formation and fertility. One of the few investigations concluded that it had modest effects on sperm count and quality. However, the study did not indicate how these effects were related to the drug. One of the major risks associated with the use of this drug is that it causes acne Trenbolone Enanthate. Since many adolescent and adult athletes are prescribed it to improve muscle growth and strength and to reduce recovery time following injuries, it has come under fire recently for causing acne and other dermatological problems. This controversy came to a head when it was discovered that football players who regularly used this steroid had significantly higher incidences of skin lesions and scars than non-supplementated athletes.
One of the main reasons why this product was never approved by the FDA is that it contained trenbolone as an active ingredient. Trenbolone is an arogenic steroid, which means that it has hormonal activity. The Food and Drug Administration considers an androgenic steroid to be a drug with an unknown effect on reproductive organs, but they are careful to describe the drug’s effects as “uncertain”.
A group of well-known dermatologists led by Dr. Michael Schatzkin published a paper describing a case of a 22 year old male who suffered from BPH and enlarged prostate cancer. The patient had used an oral medication called prednisone for several years and had seen improvement in his symptoms. He was taking trenbolone acetate when he died. When the toxicologist analyzed the samples of blood and urine from the deceased, he found high levels of the anabolic steroid, testosterone. It was later determined that trenbolone acetate was the cause of death.
Studies have shown that long term use of an anabolic steroid like trenbolone enanthate cycles can cause a number of cardiovascular and liver problems including enlargement of the liver and heart, increase in blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, increase in LDL cholesterol and increase in triglyceride levels. The cardiovascular problems can result in heart attack, myocardial infarction or stroke. These cardiovascular problems occur because the anabolic steroids reduce the muscle mass and increase the work on the heart. They also damage the muscle fibers causing heart failure, heart valve defects or congenital heart disease. Long term use of these steroids can also increase the risk of cancer of the breast, prostate, lungs, colon or bladder, and cause infertility.
In a study conducted by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, it was reported that after long term use, the users of aabolic steroids were four times more likely to suffer from depression. The study also showed that after long term use of the anabolic steroids, users were at a fourfold increased risk of acquiring diabetes. Trenbolone Enanthate can be found in different brands in the market today. You should consult with your doctor before taking this medication. Do not self medicate and follow the medication prescription strictly.