testosterone enanthate 250mg/ml
Manufacturer: Searle Interpharma
Packing: 10 ampoules
This product (Testosterone Enanthate) is sold under different names:
Testosterone Enanthate a long acting form of the parent hormone testosterone. In this particular case, the parent hormone has been attached to the Enanthate ester to delay its release into the bloodstream over several days.
Testosterone was first synthesized by being isolated from an animal source in 1935. Many different esters, including enanthate, have been attached to the parent hormone since then.
Testosterone Enanthate is the most popular form of testosterone prescribed everywhere in the world except for the United States, where the very similar Testosterone Cypionate is typically preferred. The most common form of Tesosterone Enanthate (other then generic or underground) available in the United States is called “Delatestryl.”
Testosterone exerts both genomic and non-genomic effects in the human body. This means that while many of testosterone’s effects are mediated by the androgen receptor, and gene transcription, many also occur without such stimulation. Testosterone promotes health and well-being, enhances libido, increases energy and promotes fat loss. It can also boost immunity. Testosterone aids in gaining and preserving lean muscle mass. It prevents against bone loss as well as heart disease.
Testosterone Enanthate has a release time of between 8-10 days. It is typically injected once every one to three weeks, though some users opt for a twice a week frequency as well. This version of testosterone will cause the usual side effects associated with Testosterone, including: hair loss, acne, gynecomastia and eventual cessation of the body’s natural testosterone production. Many of these side effects can be associated (if not totally attributed) with the conversion of Testosterone into Dihydrotestosterone and estrogen.
All medicines may cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most COMMON side effects persist or become bothersome:
Acne; bitter or strange taste in mouth; change in sex drive; fatigue; gum or mouth irritation; gum pain; gum tenderness or swelling; hair loss; headache.
Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur:
Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); breast growth or pain; change in the size or shape of the testicles; changes in menstrual periods; coughing fit; dark urine or light-colored bowel movements; depression or mood changes; dizziness; facial hair growth; gingivitis; interrupted breathing while sleeping; loss of appetite; nausea; painful or prolonged erection; shortness of breath; stomach pain; swelling of the ankles or legs; urination problems; voice changes or hoarseness; weight gain; yellowing of the skin or eyes.
This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur. If you have questions about side effects, contact your health care provider. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. To report side effects to the appropriate agency, please read the Guide to Reporting Problems to FDA.
Testosterone Enanthate Cycles
Testosterone Enanthate is, to me, probably no different than testosterone cypionate (another long acting form of testosterone). It allows for once a week administration and can be found on the black market in doses anywhere from 200-500 mg/ml.
Personally I have used this form of testosterone on many occasions. Although I prefer the shorter esters, Testosterone Cypionate is probably the cheapest form of testosterone that can be found on the black market, and that has influenced my choice to use it more than once.
Water retention with testosterone enanthate often requires some kind of anti-estrogen to combat it (for me, anyway), although I seem to be able to handle pretty high doses without having any other problems with bloodwork or gyno.
Most people will find that 500-1000 mg of this form of testosterone is going to be more than enough to build tons of new muscle. My own personal anabolic routine (doctor prescribed) rarely has me going over 500mgs of testosterone, and I typically feel that 750 mg is the upper limit of the acceptable risk/reward ratio, unless the user is in a profession where it’s necessary to do more (i.e. is a professional bodybuilder, etc.)