Effects of Proviron
In the strengthening phase, Proviron will not be the main steroid and will have no place out of season for most men. There are exceptions and we will look at them here. The Proviron supplement can help a person overcome stumbling blocks during a cycle. At some point in all cycles, progress will begin to slow down and in some cases stop altogether. By the way, Proviron improves the overall free state of other steroids used in the tank, it may be able to help some individuals overcome this stone damage.
During the off-season, most consume the most testosterone. Many use large amounts during the cutting cycle, especially bodybuilders, but low-testosterone plans are more common during the cutting phase. However, for several reasons, there are those who prefer to survive out of season with limited doses of testosterone. In such plans, Proviron can provide them with the necessary slight increase in androgens. While this may not always be necessary, it can be helpful.
The active substance is a modified dihydrotestosterone derivative (DHT) obtained by adding a methyl group to its first carbon (1-methyl dihydrotestosterone). As already mentioned, it is a low-power anabolic, so Proviron is almost always called an androgen (or androgenic steroid).
The drug has a similar property to its parent compound (DHT) – when it enters muscle tissue, it is rapidly metabolized and broken down into inactive metabolites.
This is a perennial problem with DHT – once it enters a muscle, it binds to the enzyme 3-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (present in muscle tissue in very high concentrations) and makes it inactive, causing DHT to turn into a compound that has no anabolic power. This is the reason for the low anabolic power of the drug.
Proviron belongs to the group of androgens. Its use can cause side effects such as:
- increased skin fat accompanied by inflammatory manifestations;
- increase the density of hair on the body and face;
- hair loss on the head (in cases where there is a genetic predisposition).
Similar effects occur in men taking the drug. Their manifestations are very likely to increase with increasing doses of the drug. It is also important to note that Proviron is a derivative of DHT and drugs such as Finasteride, Proscar or Dutasteride cannot reduce its androgenic effect.