STADA TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE 200MG /ML 10ML
STADA TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE 200MG /ML 10ML, Stada Testosterone Cypionate is the most popular testosterone hormone available today. It is a derivative of testosterone that has been modified to have a longer half-life and increased effectiveness in inducing muscle growth.
Stada Testosterone Cypionate: Understanding the Results and Benefits for Bodybuilding
What Is Testosterone Cypionate?
Stada Testosterone Cypionate (TC) is a drug that mimics the effects of the body’s testosterone. It is known as an anabolic steroid (AAS). You may have heard of them in relation to sport or body building, where many are banned.
TC and its derivatives, such as testosterone enanthate are a Schedule III controlled substance. This means it has a moderate abuse potential and should be prescribed and used with care.
Hormones are one of the most powerful chemicals made by the human body. As you can imagine, taking a drug that mirrors the effect of these chemicals can come with great risk.
If your free testosterone levels are too low for some reason your doctor may prescribe Stada Testosterone Cypionate to replace lost hormone function or boost low levels.
What Causes Low Testosterone in Men?
In addition to obesity, damage from trauma, alcoholism or mumps, delayed puberty and hypopituitarism also can cause low testosterone levels. Genetic diseases such as Klinefelter syndrome, myotonic dystrophy and Kallmann Syndrome may lead to lower than normal production.
Male hormones regulate or maintain male primary and secondary sexual traits. Androgens (exogenous androgens are ones produced by the body) are produced in the testes, the adrenal gland, and the ovaries. Women also produce androgens, but at much lower levels than men.
Men (or boys) that do not produce enough testosterone are known as hypogonadal males. If you have reduced levels of testosterone as a child, you may suffer from delayed puberty. This may, in turn, result in compromised adult stature.
You can suffer from reduced free testosterone levels for a number of reasons. It may be due to injury or radiation exposure, a number of metabolic disorders, or could be due to a genetic disorder. And then you need Stada Testosterone Cypionate
People who suffer from delayed puberty show underdeveloped male sex organs, increased bone age, and other hormonal imbalances.
Testosterone replacement therapy is a single or group of medical interventions seeking the augmentation or full replacement of the body’s testosterone and you need Stada Testosterone Cypionate. Your doctor will choose the delivery system that is best for you, typically intramuscular injections, they may also offer a skin patch, oral doses or subcutaneous pellets.
There are a number of drugs that can be prescribed, again your physician will make this choice based on the best fit for you.
The drugs typically prescribed all mimic the action of testosterone, usually testosterone esters such as testosterone enanthate, testosterone undecanoate, and testosterone propionate. All are sold under differing generic/brand names.
See our article on Testosterone Replacement Therapy.
What Does Stada Testosterone Cypionate Do To Your Body?
Testosterone cypionate, also known as Depo-Testosterone is a drug that mimics the action of endogenous testosterone. It triggers all the associated effects of testosterone. TC can increase bone mass and density, trigger secondary male characteristics, and it can lead to a build-up in muscle mass.
Testosterone and therefore TC will aid in triggering puberty in hypogonadal males and can help to restore lost libido and sexual function in adults.