LA Pharma Testosterone Cypionate , when this long-acting version of testosterone is injected, it becomes stored in what is known as a depot in the body, and slowly released over a short period of time. Peaking within 1-2 days after injection, the testosterone is then steadily released over the next 12 days and completely tapers out after approximately 3 weeks.
As with all testosterone products it has a strong anabolic activity, with a pronounced androgenic component. Thus it can provide significant gains in strength and muscle mass, as well a noticeable increase in libido. An added benefit, with all testosterone products is the relief of tendon pain, faster recuperation and an increase in the level and duration of physical output due to the oxygen rich blood along with an increase of red blood cells. Although when taken at reasonable dosages aromatisation should not be a problem, some patients may wish to use an anti-estrogen, this case a low dosage of Tamoxifen Citrate or Mesterolone would be appropriate.
The use of HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in addition to Clomiphene Citrate and Tamoxifen Citrate may also be beneficial at the conclusion of use in order to ensure balance in the hormone system.
Testosterone Cypionate is the most commonly prescribed form of testosterone in the United States of America. In fact, it is a bit of a rare find outside of the USA, with most places in the world deferring to the very similar Testosterone Enanthate.
In truth, I've used both and find no difference at all between the two. Testosterone Cypionate is identical with regards to results to any long acting testosterone. In the original Underground Steroid Handbook, Dan Duchaine said that users could feel more "kick" from this form over Enanthate, but I honestly haven't found that to be true personally.
The prime advantage of this product is the fact that it can be injected once per week and it gives some very good gains in strength and size. I would bet that many careers in bodybuilding and athletics were built with the long term use of this drug. I?ve used it at doses of 250-2,000 mg per week, and found that the best gains versus side effects are probably had somewhere below the 750 mg/week mark. Of course this is far below what many competitors in the upper ranks of bodybuilding use, but for the average (recreational) bodybuilder or athlete, the side effects above this dose do not constitute an acceptable trade off for the gains.
LA Pharma Testosterone Cypionate 3 x 200mg/ml 1ml vials
MYXOMATOSIS: is a viral infection of rabbits. It is usually transmitted by insects and is usually fatal. Blood-sucking insects, including mosquitoes, fleas, lice, ticks, and mites, are the main method of spread. This is a terrible disease related to eye problems that may lead to blindness or death. Symptoms include a swollen head, crusty eyes with discharge, and general signs of depression. It’s almost impossible to treat here in the US. In the UK, rabbits are vaccinated for it. A vaccine has been developed (an attenuated modified-live virus) against myxomatosis, but is not available in the US. Replacing the animal is recommended to prevent suffering.
Long-standing, or chronic tinnitus, of longer than 6 months duration, is difficult to treat. The very best approach to tinnitus, as with any medical problem, is prevention. If you are beyond prevention, do consider the following list of possible causes and what to avoid, because it will help your tinnitus from worsening. Prescription drugs — even OTC drugs — are a major culprit. The primary offenders are aspartame (NutraSweet), aspirin, steroids, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety medications, antihistamines, anti-seizure drugs, antibiotics (especially cephalosporins) and pain killers. If drug initiation corresponds with onset of tinnitus — bingo! Avoid the drug. Some tinnitus is due to circulatory problems, including low blood volume. Make sure you are not anemic, especially if also being tired, pale and having heavy menses. With that symptom picture you could also be hypothyroid. Make sure you don’t have high blood pressure, which often goes undetected without periodic check-ups. Is your cholesterol or triglyceride level too high? Do you have food allergies? Are you diabetic? Do you have an ear infection? Do you suffer from “TMJ” (temporomandibular joint dysfunction syndrome)? There may be a structural problem. Have you had a head injury? Is your eardrum perforated? Have the tiny bones behind the eardrum fused (otosclerosis)? Is there a cyst (cholesteatoma) anywhere in the ear or canal? Do you use nicotine or caffeine? And, last but not least, do you now or have you ever listened to loud music? Using those Walkman-type devices with little earphones that go into the canal are particularly dangerous. And please don’t stand right under the speakers at aerobics class! Keep the volume low in your car, and at home including the TV. Damage to the tiny hair cells in the inner ear is irreversible. Protect your ears!