What is Stanozolol?
Stanozolol is a steroidal medication which is a derivative of dihydrotestosterone.
It is not a esterified form and instead comes as an aqueous solution. Stanozolol binds to androgen receptors present on muscles and in osteoid tissues.directly.
It works by increasing erythropoiesis and translation processes.
It mainly works by activating AR mediated signaling, which in turn helps in stimulating both the erythropoietin production and protein synthesis. Winstrol is famous for its high level androgenic- anabolic activity.
It possesses a high bioavailability and is metabolized in the liver.
Benefits: Stanozolol-AQ 100
- It helps in curing inherited angioedema.
- It promotes growth of cells.
- To increase the strength
- Collagen synthesis promotes (repair and regeneration of tissues).
- To harden up the muscles
- To reduce sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG)
- To accelerate fat loss
- To ensure muscle preservation
- To enhance the performance
Does Stanozolol affect sperm count?
Yes it does.
It decreases the sperm count i.e. oligospermia.
It also inhibits the function of the testis and causes its enlargement.
Adverse reactions: Stanozolol-AQ 100
Development of acne or pustules due to changes in levels of body hormones. They might appear on your face, back, and deltoid of your body.
Stanozolol increases the level of lower density cholesterol in the body which is also known as bad cholesterol. This bad cholesterol then gets deposited in the arteries, veins etc ..and thus leads to cardiovascular problems, heart attacks , hypertension, strokes, kidney failure and so on.
It accelerates insomnia in patients who are already insomniac.
Winstrol as said earlier leads to increase in concentration of LDL which gets deposited in vessels. Its deposition hinders flow of blood to heart and from heart. This condition of organs receiving less blood activates the body’s sympathetic system to increase the heart rate which makes this drug unsuitable for cardiovascular patients.
Drug interactions: Stanozolol-AQ 100
Anticoagulants (blood thinners): Stanozolol increases the risk of bleeding when administered Along with anticoagulants.
Insulin:- stanozolol affects glucose metabolism thus it’s necessary to administer the dose of insulin in diabetic patients.
Oral hypoglycemic agents: Stanozolol may increase or decrease the metabolism of oral hypoglycemic drugs, causing an abrupt rise in blood sugar levels.
Corticosteroids: when taken along with Stanozolol increases the risk of tendon rupture.
Anabolic steroids can potentiate adverse effects.
Contraindications: Stanozolol-AQ 100
All steroids share similar contraindications as they have more or less similar adverse effects.
Hypersensitivity or Allergy: hypersensitive patients should avoid it’s consumption since it may lead to problems like rashes , edema , and may worsen the situation to anaphylactic shock etc..
Pregnancy: Winstrol may lead to teratogenic effects in the developing fetus and may also hinder its growth.
Breastfeeding: Stanozolol may get transferred to the newborn and may hinder or affect its growth.
Prostate Cancer or Breast Cancer: Winstrol may increase the chances of recurrence of malignant tumors.
Severe Liver Dysfunction: Winstrol can be hepatotoxic (toxic to the liver), and it should be used with caution or avoided altogether in individuals with severe liver problems.
Severe Cardiac or Renal Dysfunction: Winstrol may cause fluid retention, which can worsen pre-existing cardiac or renal conditions.
Storage: Stanozolol-AQ 100
Ideally between 20°C to 25°C (68°F to 77°F).
Light: Protect the medication from direct sunlight and strong artificial light. Keep it in a dark place or use amber-colored vials to reduce light exposure.
Prevent it from getting contaminated with moisture as it may lead to unwanted chemical reactions.
Keep away from children and pets: Store the medication in a secure location, out of the reach of children and pets.
Avoid freezing: Do not freeze Stanozolol, as freezing temperatures can damage its chemical integrity