Drostanolone Propionate is used to treat breast cancer in old post-menopausal periods as part of unspecific immunotherapy.
Drostanolone Propionate is not for children use. The drostanolone propionate is not indicated in a male with carcinoma of the breast or suspected carcinoma of the prostate and in women who are or may be pregnant. Drostanolone Propionate is also not indicated in patients with hypersensitivity to something in its composition.
An effective dosage of methyldrostanolone is 10-20 mg per day, taken for no longer than 6 or 8 weeks.
Masteron is an androgen similar to testosterone. Masteron acts by binding itself to androgen receptors; this makes it interact with the parts of the cell involved in the constructing of proteins. This may cause a high synthesis of some proteins or a decrease in the synthesis of others. These proteins have a variety of effects, including blocking the growth of some types of breast cancer cells, stimulating cells that cause male sexual characteristics, and improving the production of red blood cells.
The medicine should be used with caution if you meet: cardiovascular disease, in diabetes, in epilepsy, in a migraine, in heart failure.
Side effects of this steroid are mild. High blood pressure will not be a problem because of the low androgen levels. Masteron is not harmful to the liver. Common side effects that may occur are: Oily skin, acne, increased facial and body hair growth, aggression, prostate enlargement and hair loss if there is a genetic predisposition. Patients that have a family history of baldness should not use Pastoral.
Overdose situations are not met.