Ment 50mg x 10ml
Ment 50mg (Trestolone), also known as 7-methyl-19-nortestosterone (MENT), is an experimental androgen/anabolic steroid (AAS) and progestogen drug that has been under research for use as a kind of hormonal birth control for males and in androgen replacement therapy for low testosterone levels in men.
It’s supplied as an implant that’s inserted into the body’s fat. The medicine can also be administered by injection into muscle as trestolone acetate, an androgen ester and prodrug of trestolone.
The drug has a low estrogenic activity. Trestolone was identified for the first time in 1963. It was not investigated again until 1990 after that. Trestolone development for clinical usage began in 1993 and has continued since then. Since 2013, there appears to have been no further progress. The Population Council, a non-profit, non-governmental organisation focused to reproductive health, produced the medicine.
Side Effects of Ment 50mg
Trestolone has a number of side effects, including low oestrogen levels and symptoms including diminished sexual function and decreased bone mineral density. Ment 50mg is an androgen agonist, meaning it binds to the androgen receptor, which is the biological target of androgens such as testosterone. It’s also a progestin, or synthetic progestogen, which means it’s an agonist for the progesterone receptor, which is the biological target of progestogens like progesterone.
Trestolone has antigonadotropic effects due to its androgenic and progestogenic action. Trestolone’s contraceptive effects in males are due to these actions, which cause reversible decrease of sperm production.
Kindly do not self-administer till consulted from your doctor. After once dosage and cycle starts you can yourself self-administer the injection.
For the best results always consult your doctor, for he can help you know more efficient way of using this steroid.