Testosterone propionate promotes nitrogen
retention in the muscle – the more nitrogen the muscle holds the more
protein it can store, and the bigger it gets. Testosterone also
increases the body’s IGF-1 levels. IGF-1’s principal role is to
coordinate growth and metabolism. IGF-I is highly dependent on growth
hormone to complement it’s growth promoting activity.
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Test Propionate has been vastly used for medical treatments shortly after its release in the 1930’s. Among other it was used for treatment for male androgen deficiency (andropause or hypogonadism), treatment for sexual dysfunction, and treatment for menopause, treatment for chronic dysfunctional uterine bleeding (menorrhagia), treatment for endometriosis. Later on testosterone would only be used for male patients.
Who shouldnot take Testosterone propionate?
If you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant soon, you shouldn’t use Test propionate. It can cause birth defects or harm the unborn baby. Besides pregnancy, you should not receive the medication if you have any of the following conditions.
a) Kidney disease
b) Lung disease
c) Liver disease
d) Sleep disorder
e) Serious heart condition
f) Breast cancer or prostate cancer
g) And any form of allergy towards testosterone