Sustanon 250 Injection is a combination medicine used in the treatment of male hypogonadism. It increases the testosterone levels in adult men and helps improve various health problems including impotence, infertility, low sex drive, tiredness, and depression.
Sustanon 250 Injection is given by a doctor or a nurse. You should not self-administer this medicine at home. Use it regularly to get the maximum benefit from the medicine. It may take some time for the medicine to be effective. The course of the treatment should be completed for better efficacy of the medicine.
Use of this medicine may cause few common side effects such as an increase in red blood cell count and hemoglobin in the blood. Some people may also experience allergic reactions such as itching, rashes, and swelling of the lips or face. If you experience any of these side effects, consult your doctor without delay. Your doctor may help you with ways to prevent or reduce the side effects.
What Is Post Cycle Therapy?
Post cycle therapy (PCT) is a protocol that is started after completing a cycle of performance-enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids and prohormones.
Compounds such as anabolic steroids and prohormones come with many benefits, with the most prominent effects being increased muscle growth and accelerated recovery.
But what most users don’t realize that they mess up your hormones pretty severely. Once you’re starting with using PEDs, they begin to suppress your body’s testosterone levels.
That’s because your body is getting testosterone supplied by these PEDs, meaning your own hormone production gets shut down.
Once you’ve finished up your cycle, your body won’t be getting the supply of hormones through the PEDs anymore. That’s when your own production needs to take over again with the assistance of a PCT.
A proper post cycle therapy will help your body start up the testosterone production again in a matter of weeks.
On top of that, it’s also going to prevent any adverse side effects from happening. We recommend a product such as Rebirth to speed up your recovery.
The faster your hormones get back to normal, the better. It’s important because you will be able to hold onto the progress you’ve made from taking PEDs.
If you were not to use post cycle therapy, your body would have to recover independently. This is a process that can take months, if not longer.
And during that period, you’ll experience the typical low testosterone symptoms. Those symptoms include mood swings, fatigue, decreased muscle mass, increased fat mass, and more.
You don’t want that happening because you’ll end up losing everything you’ve gained, and on top of that, there’s a high chance you’ll feel down and demotivated for months.
Based on what we’ve just told you, it should be obvious to always use a post cycle therapy once finished with a cycle of steroids, prohormones, or SARMs.
Because of the way Sustanon 250 causes your natural testosterone production to become suppressed or stopped altogether, post cycle therapy is needed to get your normal hormone function back on track. Because Sustanon gives the body a constant supply of testosterone, it is triggered into thinking that it no longer needs to product its own.
When you stop using Sustanon and the effects wear off, you are then in a low testosterone state unless you take action to stimulate normal production again. Without this, you will suffer severe low testosterone effects like loss of muscle, fat gain, low mood or depression, loss of libido, lack of energy and many other issues.
The timing of your PCT cycle after using Sustanon will once again also be influenced by any other steroid compounds you’re using. Sustanon’s longer half life overall means your PCT for this specific steroid should be started about three weeks after your last injection, in order to prevent the crash in testosterone levels that will otherwise occur.
SERMs like Clomid combined with hCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) will work to restore natural testosterone function.
While aromatase inhibitors might be tempting to use during PCT to suppress overall estrogen, their estrogen suppression effect can often be too powerful, having the reverse effect that you need as males still require small amounts of estrogen rather than zero – for this reason, a SERM combined with hCG is the most recommended post cycle therapy choice.
Sustanon 250 FAQs
What are the side effects of Sustanon 250?
Androgenic and estrogenic side effects can both come about when using Sustanon. These include breast tissue growth, water retention and increased blood pressure as a result of rising estrogen levels, and androgenic effects like acne and hair loss on the head. The more Sustanon you use, the higher your risk is going to be of experiencing these side effects and the more severe they can become.
How long does testosterone Sustanon stay in your system?
Sustanon’s big appeal is that it contains 4 testosterone esters that makes it simple to get both a fast acting benefit in the early stages while the effects are long lasting thanks to the different release rates and half lives of each ester. It’s possible to have raised testosterone levels up to three weeks after your last Sustanon injection.
How often should I inject Sustanon?
This depends on what your purpose is for using it – whether it is for testosterone replacement or maintenance, or as a performance enhancing compound – and if you are mainly focusing on cutting or bulking.
For testosterone replacement a three weekly injection is often sufficient, while for performance enhancement your dosage and other steroids being used will determine how often you choose to inject. For example if taking Dianabol, a powerful anabolic steroid, a once weekly Sustanon injection is often enough.
Is Sustanon a steroid?
Yes, Sustanon is a blend of 4 testosterone steroid esters so this makes it more powerful than just a single testosterone steroid. Sustanon therefore is like taking four steroids at once but without the need for multiple injections everyday because they are all contained in the one solution.
How do you inject Sustanon?
Sustanon 250 only requires an injection once every week or so depending on your dosage and purpose for using it. Sustanon is an intramuscular injection where the solution needs to go deep into the muscle and the best sites for this are the buttock, upper leg or upper arm.
Even though injections are not too frequent with Sustanon, it can still be a painful injection for some people and this particularly because of the propionate ester which is known to cause some pain, irritation or stinging at the injection site because of its short ester chain.
Can you stack Sustanon with Equipoise?
Yes, Sustanon can be stacked with Equipoise (Boldenone Undecylenate) and this is often done in a cutting cycle but can also be used for bulking as Equipoise is known as a versatile steroid and by combining it with Sustanon you lay a base foundation for testosterone supply throughout your cycle.
When using Equipoise with Sustanon, the Equipoise dosage is usually around the 600mg per week mark for most people with your Sustanon dosage dependent on what you’re trying to achieve with the cycle.
What is the shelf life of Sustanon 250?
The product has a shelf life of 36 months (3 years) when stored correctly. The product should not be put in a fridge or freezer and should be stored below 86 degrees Fahrenheit or 30 degrees Celsius. Low quality Sustanon may spoil sooner and this is yet another reason why you should always seek out a top quality product even if it costs more.