Turanabol - Turanabolic (chlorodehydromethyltestosterone)
Turanabol is a synthetic estrogen and it belongs to the group of sex hormones.
Turanabol medical use
In school medicine Turanabol is normally used to trigger ovulation. Turanabol also has a strong influence on the hypothalamohypophysial testicular axis. It stimulates the hypophysis to release more gonadotropin so that a faster and higher release of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone) occurs. This results in an elevated endogenous (body's own) testosterone level.
Turanabol is especially effective when the body's own testosterone production, due to the intake of anabolic/androgenic steroids, is suppressed. In most cases Turanabol can normalize the testosterone level and the spermatogenesis (sperm development) within 10- 14 days.
Side effects of Turanabol are very rare if reasonable dosages are taken. Possible side effects are climacteric hot flashes and occasional visual disturbances, which can manifest themselves in blurred vision, giving flickering or flashing. Should visual disturbances occur, the manufacturer recommends discontinuing Turanabol treatment. Inadequate liver functions cannot be excluded; however, they are very unlikely.
In women enlargement of the ovaries and abdominal pain can occur since Turanabol stimulates the ovaries. When taking Turanabol multiple pregnancies are possible as well.